Archive: 1, 2019
The Hillside Community Centre officially opened its doors on Dec. 15 with a presentation by Clyde MacDonald, front, left, and Philip MacKenzie, front, right.
District 9 Coun. Peter Boyles presented his uncle Fraser Boyles with a plaque of recognition from the Municipality of Pictou County in honour of his 95th Birthday.
Nova Scotia will invest at least $300 million to improve and upgrade roads, highways and bridges across the province.
Northern Pulp in Pictou County will need to file an environmental assessment report for its proposed effluent treatment plant.
The Municipality of Pictou County wants to connect with Pictou County producers of food (or other locally produced products) selling out of their homes.
The Municipality of Pictou County held its Property and Finance Committee Meetings on Dec. 16.
Congratulations to Mike McKenzie, left, building inspector for the Municipality of Pictou County, on receiving his 25 years of service award.
East River Road – Businesses that set up shop in the East River Business Park will now pay the lowest industrial commercial tax rate in Pictou County.
The Municipality of Pictou County held its monthly council meeting on Dec. 2.
Warden Robert Parker, left, and District 11 Coun.