Archive: August, 2019
The Municipality of the County of Pictou currently has vacancies for the following volunteer positions:
On Thursday, Aug. 22, Pictou County is under restricted b burn conditions that allows burning from 7 p.m. to 8 a.m. This is updated everyday at 2 p.m. until Oct. 15.
The Municipality of the County of Pictou is seeking proposals for the purchase of the former Central Chignecto Regional School Board Offices and associated land located at 2561 Westville Road.
PICTOU – District 7 Coun. David Parker is cautioning Pictou County residents that black bears are here to stay and their interactions with the public will continue to increase.
A porpoise was removed from Black Point Beach this week by the Marine Animal Response Society. The society will take samples and do tests to determine its cause of death.
Jen Bethell, chair of the Hemlock Group, speaks during a funding announcement for Trenton Park.
PICTOU, NS - The Nova Scotia Government says it is aware that two roads in Pictou County need to be repaved but is unsure when the work will be done.
If you live in rural Pictou County and missed your waste collection day, you don’t have to hang onto your clear garbage bags until the next collection date.