There were some pretty snarly would-be partiers on Halloween weekend 2016 after a masquerade ball at the Westin hotel went bust.
Though it’s probably cold comfort, it might be of interest to them that they’re not alone in their discontent with the guy behind the spook-tacular screw up.
When the Acadia Art Gallery asked the locals to express themselves, they probably didn’t expect they’d soon set off a local quagmire of protest art and censorship.
The annual Acadia Art Exhibition, running from January 14 to March 1, is an open (non-juried) show featuring the talents of local artists who may otherwise not get a chance to present and display their work.
Better late than never may be the Wolfville RCMP’s new motto. About a week after we went to press with local concerns that the community cop-shop has been ignoring an alleged rash of student violence, spokesthingy Cpl. Jen Clarke finally responded to calls for comment.
The Sydney Snow Day ticket saga ain’t over yet.
On October 26, CBRM municipal clerk Deborah Campbell was served with notice that Brad Mills intends to sue the municipality for malicious prosecution.
A lawsuit filed by two sisters alleges sexual abuse by a senior member of the Centreville Congregation of the Jehovah’s Witnesses. The suit, filed in late October in Halifax, names William “Bill” R.J. MacKay as the alleged abuser and also claims the congregation and the Watch Tower Bible Society of Canada are liable.
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