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3/4/2015

CIGARETTES, LOTTERY TICKET STOLEN DURING WENTWORTH MARKET BREAK AND ENTER

Oxford RCMP are asking for the public's help after a break and enter on Highway 4 in Wentworth. Police responded to the incident at Wentworth Market just before 4 a.m. on Monday. Video surveillance shows the suspects used a pickup truck, possibly a Toyota Tacoma, arriving from the south and ... Read More
3/4/2015

NSCC, CBU SIGN AGREEMENT TO GIVE STUDENTS CREDIT FOR PRIOR LEARNING

The Nova Scotia Community College and Cape Breton University are joining forces to strengthen student opportunities. The two parties signed an agreement earlier this week that will allow NSCC graduates from ten eligible college diploma programs to enter the second-year of CBU's Bachelor of Engineering Technology. The eligible programs from ... Read More
3/4/2015

TOWN OF TRURO ISSUES RFP FOR VACANT LAND ON KAULBACK ST

The Town of Truro is seeking proposals for five acres of vacant land on Kaulback St. The Request for Proposal (RFP) was issued Wednesday, and is available by request through the town's Purchasing Officer. The Town says it will be retaining the rear portion of the property, with hopes a ... Read More
3/4/2015

COMPANY PULLS OUT OF INSTALLATION OF POLLUTION EQUIPMENT AT PICTOU COUNTY MILL

(CP) - The company that was supposed to install the new recovery boiler precipitator at Nova Scotia's Northern Pulp mill has pulled out. Mill manager Bruce Chapman says Clyde Bergemann Power Group told the company last week that they will no longer be fulfilling the installation portion of their contract. ... Read More
3/4/2015

ALMOST TIME FOR THE ANNUAL TRURO EASTER EGG HUNT!

Free tickets are now available for the sixth annual Truro Easter Egg Hunt! On Saturday, March 28, the Truro Parks, Recreation and Culture department will place thousands of colourful plastic eggs in a designated hunting ground at Victoria Park. Then, at 11 am, every child 10 and under with a ... Read More