COUNTRY HARBOUR – Charges which include several sexual offences have been laid against 49-year-old Kevin Craig Hart of Country Harbour following a complaint made to Sherbrooke RCMP.
GUYSBOROUGH – With strong financial results, an eager customer and changing economic conditions, Pieridae Energy says now is the time for governments to get on board to help get its Goldboro LNG project built.
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GUYSBOROUGH – Recreational boaters will soon have more reasons to spend time in Country Harbour with a new marina slated to be built next to Salsman Provincial Park. At the May 20 regular council meeting of the District of Guysborough, council voted unanimously to provide $350,000 from the municipality’s Gas Tax Fund and another $150,000 in in-kind contributions to make the marina a reality. MODG will construct, own and maintain the marina.
The lobster season in the eastern end of Guysborough County (Lobster Fishing Areas 31A and 31B) has reached the midway mark of the eight-week season. With an uncertain start due to COVID-19 concerns, the season has been less than ideal with high winds and, as of last week, falling prices.
SHEET HARBOUR – Sherrie Gold and Dan Goodsell, professionally known as 24 Karat, are in 14-day isolation in their home in Sheet Harbour after spending 63 days stranded at sea on a cruise ship off the coast of Sydney, Australia during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Municipal election to go ahead
SHERBROOKE – Running a municipal election campaign in the midst of a global pandemic will be “an experience,” “an adventure,” and even “weird,” according to some councillors from mainland Nova Scotia’s easternmost, rural ridings. What it won’t be is easy.
SHEET HARBOUR – As summer approaches, tourism businesses and organizations are making plans for the unknown. With variables such as border crossing still up in the air, they’re mapping out the tourist season with more questions than answers.
SHEET HARBOUR – Despite some of the leanest times for public spending in recent memory, Halifax Regional Municipality has allocated $3 million from its hard-working capital budget for a new recreation centre in Sheet Harbour.