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12 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
The Transportation Department will be starting work on improvements to safety along Grand Lake Road within the next few weeks.
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17 hrs ago | Fort Francis Times
Lt. Ryan MacDonald is the new officer for the local Salvation Army, taking over from Lts.
Yesterday | Nova News Now
The five accused in connection with a vicious stabbing that nearly claimed the life of a Cape Breton man facing charges that include two counts of second-degree murder made brief provincial court appearances July 8. The five are charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and assault with a weapon in connection with a June 21 attack on Thomas ... (more)
Justin McNeil, a 19-year-old from Glace Bay is missing after falling into a river near Calgary on Sunday.
The father of the two children recovering at the IWK Hospital in Halifax after being struck by a vehicle in Glace Bay Friday night said his son has only been asking for one thing.
For those looking for a good serving of laughs to go along with dinner then the Savoy Theatre is the place to be in August.
Red paint markings were all over a section of Main Street in Glace Bay on Saturday, following a Cape Breton Regional Police Service investigation of a traffic accident that sent two children to Halifax hospital.
Cape Breton Regional Police said the boy, 8, is in critical condition, while the girl, 11, is in serious condition.
S/Sgt. Ken O'Neill of the Cape Breton Regional Police Service said the forensic identification team and the traffic safety unit were still on the scene late Friday.
John Shea McInnis, 59, of Beechwood Drive is charged with sexual assault, sexual interference and invitation to sexual touching involving a person under the age of 16. The offences allegedly occurred between January 2000 and December 2006.
The federal government has turned over control of the Canso Causeway to the province, while also committing $9 million to complete repairs to the only link between Cape Breton and mainland Nova Scotia.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 07:00 pm
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