Michael Perry named as Deputy Warden

MOUNT UNIACKE: The Municipality of East Hants has a new deputy warden. Councillor Michael Perry was elected deputy warden by his fellow councillors at the Nov. 27 meeting of council. for a one-year term. Deputy Warden Perry is the councillor for District 8 – Mount Uniacke. The Municipality thanks Councillor Pam MacInnis for her service...

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From the Firehouse – September 2019 calls

MOUNT UNIACKE: September was the busiest month in recent memory for the firefighters with Mount Uniacke & District fire department. They responded to 34 calls for a total of 310 volunteer hours. The numbers was just one of many provided by fire departments in Nine Mile River; Kennetcook; Enfield; Elmsdale; Stewiacke; Noel; and Shubenacadie for...

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South Uniacke Road among the worst in Atlantic region

By WP Staff MOUNT UNIACKE: A local road is in the running to be named the CAA’s worst road in Canada. During week one of The CAA Atlantic’s ninth annual Worst Roads Campaign, the South Uniacke Road in Mount Uniacke has made the top ten. Voting is open to the public and every road in...

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Woman sought in Mount Uniacke theft

MOUNT UNIACKE: East Hants RCMP are seeking the public’s help in identifying a woman who was involved in a theft at a coffee shop in Mount Uniacke. In a release, police say the woman stole a purse on Feb. 20. “The woman was observed on video surveillance entering the coffee shop seating area while talking...

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Uniacke District School shines light on mental health

MOUNT UNIACKE: For the second year in a row, students at Uniacke District School spent an entire week focusing on mental well being, mental health issues and awareness. Taking part in nutrition talks, art workshops, nature walks, and more, students had lots of outlets to learn from. “It is a great week for students with...

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Women sent to hospital with serious injuries after East Uniacke crash

MOUNT UNIACKE: A 32-year-old woman from Hants County was taken to hospital with serious injuries following a single-vehicle collision in East Uniacke. At 4:41 p.m. on March 2, East Hants RCMP responded to the collision in the 300 block of East Uniacke Road in Mount Uniacke. The driver, who was the 32 year-old, suffered life-threatening...

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Mount Uniacke man charged in stabbing of RCMP officer

MOUNT UNIACKE: A 39-year-old man from Mount Uniacke has been charged in relation to the stabbing of a Halifax District RCMP officer at Cobequid Community Health Centre. In a release, Cpl. Lisa Croteau, Public Information Officer for Halifax District, said that police responded to a report of a man who attended the Cobequid Community Health...

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From the Firehouse – December 2018 calls

Medical assists top call numbers for most departments last year KENNETCOOK: Here’s a look at the December 2018 calls for volunteer fire departments in Lantz; Enfield; Mount Uniacke; Elmsdale; Shubenacadie; Stewiacke; Maitland; Rawdon; Nine Mile River; Noel; and Kennetcook. For many of them, the top call for what seemed to be a very busy year...

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Christmas comes early for Shumilacke Food Bank

Milford and Mount Uniacke Tim Hortons present $9,151 from Smile Cookie sales to food bank SHUBENACADIE: Santa Claus came early and bearing a big cheque of over $9,000 to Shumilacke Food Bank in Shubenacadie on Nov. 23. Santa was Milford Tim Hortons manager Jayme Newcombe and Mount Uniacke Tim Hortons manager Mohamad Asify. The two...

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Mount Uniacke man charged with marijuana production

MOUNT UNIACKE: A 61-year-old man from Mount Uniacke has been charged with production of marijuana following a search of his residence on Sept. 15. East Hants District RCMP seized a number of marijuana plants during the search of the home, located on North Uniacke Lake Rd. in Mount Uniacke. “As a result, several marijuana plants at...

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