Archive: December, 2018
PICTOU, N.S. - County Council is supporting a request by a group of District One residents asking for a new access ramp on the soon-to-be twinned highway.
Pictou County Regional Enterprise Network Chair Graham MacNeil, left, and Liaison and Oversight Committee Chair Lennie White work towards a common goal of strengthening economic development in Pictou County.
This is to advise that on December 6, 2018, Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal registered the Highway 104 Twinning Sutherlands River to Antigonish Project for environmental assessment,...
PICTOU, N.S - Councillors for the Municipality of Pictou County awarded several tenders for snow clearing during a special council meeting Dec. 19.
County staff were feeling festive Thursday by taking part in an Ugly Sweater Day for the holiday season. The Municipality of Pictou County office will be closing Monday,Dec.
Albert MacDonald, left, and John Kennedy hold up some of the books available through the Adopt a Library Literacy Program.
Ruth Copeland Brunelle left, looks at the fishing rod that belonged to her late father and was recently found in the walls of a New Glasgow house.
Due to poor weather conditions, the December finance and property services meetings scheduled to take place this Tuesday at 7 p.m. have been postponed until Wednesday at 7 p.m.
HALIFAX - Nova Scotia’s roads, highways and bridges will be safer thanks to a $300 million investment in capital spending for 2019-20.