Police remind drivers they can be fined not clearing vehicle of snow

As snow continues to fall across the province, New Glasgow Regional Police are reminding motorists to clear your vehicle from ice and snow.  NGR Police officers on patrol Monday, after the Sunday snowstorm, noticed a vehicle with a driver who had failed to remove ice and snow from his vehicle.  Const. Ken MacDonald said, “Ice...

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Take caution in snow storm

New Glasgow Regional Police advise motorists and pedestrians to walk and drive with caution during the winter storm today. Blowing snow reduces visibility. Icy road conditions also exists during travel. If you have to travel, plan ahead, check for cancellations and drive to the conditions. Remember: Ice and snow, take it slow.  Const. Ken Macdonald,...

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Arson cause of Sunday fire

New Glasgow Regional Police is investigating an arson. Early morning on January 5 at approximately 7 a.m., New Glasgow Fire Department and New Glasgow Regional Police responded to a three-unit apartment building on Stewart Street.  The fire was was located in the rear of the apartment building, where only one apartment was occupied with two...

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Arrest made in Tara robbery

The New Glasgow Regional Police has laid charges against a 37-year-old man from New Glasgow in connection with the armed robbery at the Tara Inn on East River Road that occurred on December 21.  At approximately 5:42 a.m. on December 21, police received a report that two males entered a guest room at the Tara...

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UPDATE: Police looking for second vehicle in armed robbery

Update: The New Glasgow Regional Police continues to investigate the armed robbery that occurred at the Tara Inn on East River Road. At approximately 5:42 a.m. on December 21, two males entered a guest room and left with an undisclosed amount of money and other property.  No one was injured.  Suspects immediately left the area...

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Police searching for suspects, vehicle in armed robbery

The New Glasgow Regional Police is investigating an armed robbery that occurred at the Tara Inn on East River Road earlier this morning. At approximately 5:42 a.m. on December 21, two males entered a guest room and left with an undisclosed amount of money and other property.  No one was injured.  Suspects immediately left the...

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Police investigate bomb threat at Web.com

New Glasgow Regional Police and New Glasgow Fire Department responded to a bomb threat at Web.com’s New Glasgow office, East River Road, on Wednesday. The operation in the Aberdeen Business Centre was evacuated yesterday at approximately 4 p.m. and searched by New Glasgow Regional Police and the New Glasgow Fire Department. The search was completed...

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Police seeking help in identifying B&E suspects

New Glasgow Regional Police are seeking assistance in identifying the suspects who broke into the end Vapour Shop on Friday. On October 25 at approximately 3 a.m., an unknown number of suspect(s) entered the business at 90 Provost St., New Glasgow. Suspects entered the store through the front door by smashing the side glass window....

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Operation Impact starts today

Today (Friday) marks the beginning of Operation Impact 2019, a national public awareness campaign aimed at making Canada’s roads the safest in the world. By promoting safe driving behaviours, police hope to help prevent collisions, save lives and reduce injuries on the roads. The focus will be on behaviours that put drivers, passengers and other...

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Slow down in school zones

School is back in today so motorists need to remember to slow down in school zones. Today is the first day of school in Pictou County and New Glasgow Regional Police are reminding drivers that driving slower is safer in school zones – 50 km/h school zones become 30 km/h zones, when children are present....

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