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Safety concerns remain as Hantsport firefighters lobby West Hants council for new station
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Police charge Trenton man after nail gun incident at construction site
ABERCROMBIE, N.S – Pictou District RCMP has charged a man in relation to an incident where a 21-year-old man was injured when he was struck in the back by a nail from a nail gun. Shawn Wade Hynes, 43, of Trenton, has been charged with ...
Former Tri-County Regional School Board chair 'optimistic' about future work of Provincial Advisory Council on Education
YARMOUTH, N.S. – When Michael Drew of Yarmouth decided to run for a school board seat in 2016, he did so because he felt he had a lot to offer to the education system in Nova Scotia and in the tri-county region. After the elected school ...
Ghostly cows, disturbances, suspicious youth, thefts keep Annapolis District RCMP hopping
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - Annapolis District RCMP didn’t have time to slow down Sept. 17 to 24. Things just kept happening, including cows in a cemetery, accidents, parties, break-ins, thefts, and even a slashed tire. Following are highlights from ...
DeMONT: Revisiting the Dartmouth ‘war zone’
It was mild, everyone agrees, on the streets near the old Stairs Rope Works in north-end Dartmouth. ...
Fifteen years ago, hurricane Juan gave P.E.I. residents a wake-up call on improving emergency preparedness
Doug Gaudet can still remember waking up to the devastating phone call on Sept. 29, 2003. The Charlottetown Yacht Club member had spent much of the night before at the marina with others watching over vessels in anticipation of destruction wreaked ...
Hurricane Juan's path displaced outhouse, rabbit and trampoline for P.E.I. residents
I was a little too young to remember much of the devastation hurricane Juan brought to P.E.I. 15 years ago. Mitch MacDonald. Truth be told, the most vivid memory I have of the storm’s aftermath was waking up to see my family’s ...
St. F.X. professor's research helps people cope with anxiety over storms
Tornadoes of the type that recently ripped through the Ottawa-Gatineau region aren’t the norm. ...
Storm warnings: Thanks to slowing Gulf Stream, weather is getting rougher
It is immediate and tangible and touches all of our senses. ...
PHOTOS: Hurricane Juan hits the Maritimes
RELATED: St. F.X. professor's research helps people cope with anxiety over storms Storm warnings: Thanks to slowing Gulf Stream, weather is getting rougher Fifteen years ago, hurricane Juan gave P.E.I. residents a wake-up call on ...
Hants County fisherman devastated following early morning property fire
CENTRE BURLINGTON, N.S. — A well-known Hants County fisherman never imagined he’d be coming home to sheer devastation. ...