NS Power To Work With Those Who Got Billed High This Month

By MNN. Last updated: 2015-05-26 06:49:41

Nova Scotia Power is willing to work something out if you got a higher than usual bill this month. The company estimated 100,000 bills because the brutal winter prevented them from accessing meters. On their website, they said it was all based on usage from the same time last year, but now that meters can be read the actual usage is known.

Help Needed Solving McNab's Island Theft

By MNN. Last updated: 2015-05-26 06:49:04

Crime Stoppers needs your help solving a theft on McNab's Island. Two solar panels, a controller, battery and other hardware were taken back on the 1st from the on-site composting toilet. The panels are 5 feet long, 2 feed wide. Call Crime Stoppers with any information.

Power Outages After Dartmouth Car Crash

By MNN. Last updated: 2015-05-26 06:48:28

Power went out last night for many in Dartmouth after a vehicle crashed into a telephone pole. One vehicle went the wrong way down a one-way before hitting the second vehicle at Queen Street and Victoria Road, then the pole was hit. No one was hurt, and one driver was ticketed.

Man Due In Court Today After Cole Harbour Stabbing

By MNN. Last updated: 2015-05-26 06:47:58

A man went to hospital yesterday afternoon after a stabbing in Cole Harbour. Police were called to a residence around 5:30, and one man suffered non-life threatening wounds. Another man was arrested and faces weapons charges in court today.

Woman Charged In Suspicious 911 Call

By MNN. Last updated: 2015-05-26 06:47:29

A woman has been charged after Sunday morning's suspicious 911 call. Someone previously believed to be male said they were hurt in the Tower Road area. A search turned up nothing, and more calls came from that number over the last couple of nights, with no one speaking. An 18-year-old was ticketed for making a false 911 call, and will appear in court at a later date for mischief.

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