Archive: 1, 2019
MOPC District 3 Coun.
Municipality of Pictou County Warden Robert Parker hosted a tea as apart of the River John Festival Days taking place this week in the rural village.
Pictou, NS - People are getting the best testing and treatments available for Lyme Disease in the province, said Nova Scotia’s Regional Medical Officer of Health in the Northern Zone…
Nova Scotia students interested in agriculture can now apply for a new bursary that will help them learn more about the sector.
A new employer is moving to Pictou County. Tribus Services has been contracted by Nova Scotia Power to upgrade all residential and commercial electrical meters in the province.
District 9 Coun.
The Plymouth Community Centre is now self-sufficient thanks to 72 solar panels installed under the Nova Scotia Government’s Solar for Electricity for Community Buildings Program.
Low-income seniors will be able to afford to stay in their homes longer, thanks to the Property Tax Rebate for Seniors.
Sometimes being ranked as one of the top worst Roads in Atlantic Canada isn’t such a bad thing.
Cathy Mason, left, regional coordinator for Special Olympics Pictou County, and Stacey Saunders, a national gold and silver medalist for Special Olympics, present Municipality of Pictou County Warden Robert Parker…