The engineer in charge of the new water system in Pugwash now sees light at the end of the tunnel. Justin Waugh-Cress says the last two major concerns in the system are being addressed this week.
In a surprise move today, the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) announced the emergency department will be open tomorrow and Saturday at the Pugwash Hospital.
Cumberland Municipal Council continues to slog through an arduous review of how it governs and the services it provides. It is a tough agenda with deep questions that challenge the status quo and beg serious change.
RCMP closed Highway 4 in Wentworth, this morning, following a serious car/truck collision.
Too many families and businesses are still waiting on the promise of high-speed internet. Access to high-speed internet is an essential service in today’s world.
Transfer stations are high on the agenda for tonight’s Municipal Council meeting. Cumberland has been debating what to do with the scattered dump facilities for a few months now, and tonight could be the night for a decision.