The provincial Department of Public Works ordered the closure of a main pedestrian corridor in Oxford this week.
Cumberland County Council has agreed to take part in a geothermal feasibility study in Springhill.
Open and sincere communication wins again as officials from Nova Scotia Health hosted a public meeting at the Pugwash High School last night.
Senior officials from the Northern Zone of Nova Scotia Health are bracing for a contentious meeting in Pugwash tomorrow.
Janelle Colbourne has only been in Cumberland County a few months, but she has already seen the generosity of people reaching out to help those in their time of need.
The Tracadie Alpines scored just 52 seconds into the first period last night in Springhill, but that just poked the bear.
They say, “There is no such thing as a free lunch,” and that is generally true. But when it comes to Pugwash Harbourfest, the price of admission for community events is usually “no charge.”
Nova Scotia Health has bowed to pressure to host an open, public meeting on the status of healthcare and its future with a new hospital in Pugwash.
Nova Scotia will partner with the federal government on offshore wind development before venturing into projects in provincial waters.
Following up on yesterday’s announcement of a 40-bed residence for the Springhill campus of the Nova Scotia Community College, Tory Rushton said thats been on his mind since before he ran for office. He notes that this isn’t just 40 beds for the NSCC, it potentially frees up 40 beds from the surrounding community.
Controversy surrounds the proposed public meeting on healthcare, set for Tuesday at the Pugwash firehall.
As principal of the Cumberland Campus of the Nova Scotia Community College, Don McCormack can’t help but be exuberant with the announcement the provincial government is building new student housing at the Springhill campus.
The Pugwash Village Commission tussled over their limited resources tonight as the commissioners debated spending on flower boxes or playground equipment.
Residents thirsting for up-to-date and accurate information on the status of healthcare in the catchment area of the new Pugwash hospital will finally have their day.