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12/22/2014

MISSING ESKASONI WOMAN FOUND SAFE

Some great news just before Christmas -- a young Eskasoni woman who has been missing since September has been found safe in the U.S. According to her family, 23-year-old Chrisma Denny was found at a Tennessee women’s centre. Sunday morning, police brought her family a picture of her taken in Tennessee ... Read More
12/22/2014

TWO PEOPLE FACING POSSESSION CHARGES IN NEW GLASGOW

Two people have been arrested in New Glasgow on drug charges. Police responded to a disturbance call on Macdonald Street Sunday, but, when officers arrived, they noticed drugs on the kitchen table. A 52 year old man and 40 year old woman were arrested, and the home was secured while ... Read More
12/22/2014

LARGE AMOUNT OF CASH FOUND AT NEW GLASGOW BUSINESS

Police in New Glasgow want to find the owner of a quantity of cash that was recently found at a business on East River Road. The money, described as a significant quantity, was found by an employee of the store in the first two weeks of December, and set aside ... Read More
12/22/2014

PROVINCE TO UNVEIL 2015-16 CAPITAL PLAN MONDAY

The Nova Scotia government will release its 2015-16 capital plan Monday. Finance Minister Diana Whalen will also release the province's five-year highway improvement plan. Whalen is set to hold a news conference Monday morning, shortly before noon, at One Government Place in Halifax. Read More
12/22/2014

PROVINCIAL, FEDERAL OFFICIALS TO MAKE SHEEP PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT IN BIBLE HILL

Several government officials will be in Bible Hill Monday to launch a sheep program. Cumberland-Colchester-Musquodoboit Valley MP Scott Armstrong will be there on behalf of Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz. He'll be joined by Provincial Agriculture Minister Keith Colwell, and Beth Densmore, the President of the Sheep Producers Association of Nova Scotia. ... Read More