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Six body cameras now form part of equipment worn by members of the New Glasgow Regional Police Service.

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A fire Monday night in New Glasgow damaged a three-storey building that has a restaurant on the main level and 12 small apartments on second and third floors, temporarily displacing 12 tenants.

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The Pictou County District RCMP has responded to four motor vehicle collisions today along highway 104 in Pictou County.

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A local 4-H club member has transformed the rewarding time she has enjoyed with the group into a desire to pursue an agriculture-related degree in a subject she feels is important.

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Police are looking for recreation vehicle that was reported stolen earlier Monday.

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Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservatives under Tim Houston leadership have won a majority mandate for the first time in more than 20 years.

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PC supporters in Pictou County are celebrating tonight with all three riding candidates taking the top spot.

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Local volunteers have launched a project that gives residents and visitors an opportunity to view panels to better appreciate Pictou’s history.

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After a long 21 months, the drum of the Abreast-a-River dragon boat is beating once again on the water.

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Pictou County District RCMP has charged a man after he assaulted three police officers and attempted to disarm one in Lyons Brook.

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A group of neighbours living in Caribou River had no idea the ‘Mary’ they spent countless hours with walking on the beach and collecting sea glass, or enjoying deck visits with on a lazy afternoon, was the same ‘Mary’ who would become Canada’s first Indigenous governor general.

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The Northumberland Shore Emergency-Scene Rehabilitation Society (NSERS) recently got a financial boost from the Kinsmen Club of New Glasgow for its rehab squad.

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A love of dogs has led a local couple into a paws-itively purr-fect new venture—all-natural health food store for pets.

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General and specifically local issues were aired last Thursday during a conversation featuring four candidates contesting Pictou West in the provincial election.

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The next phase of the Sitmu’k Living Shoreline Restoration Project is about to get underway.The Clean Foundation and the Mi’kmaw Conservation Group will be undertaking phase two of the project next week with the removal of a rock pile from the salt marsh and planting grasses with the communi…

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Coun. Larry Turner says he’s gratified work has begun to install a roundabout at the intersection of Granton-Abercrombie Road and the Trenton connector.

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Like many during the coronavirus pandemic, former Nova Scotia politician and lifelong environmentalist Megan Leslie is having a tough time avoiding single-use plastics.