Monday, May 17, 2010

Mahone Bay Assault

Two Mahone Bay men are scheduled to appear in Bridgewater court next month after allegedly assaulting a man over the weekend.

The two were arrested after they broke a window at the residence of the complainant, then assaulted him when he came outside.

June 30th is when the two are scheduled to appear in court.

Court date for Truro man

A Truro man will appear in Bridgewater court today after allegedly stealing cheques from a church in Liverpool and attempting to cash them in Bridgewater.

William Lewis will appear on charges of Uttering a Forged Document, Possession of Stolen Property and Breach of Probation.

Lewis was wanted by other police agencies in Nova Scotia and will answer to those charges today.

St.Phillips Street Broken Water Main

Some residents on Saint Phillip's Street have to do without water during most of the day.

The loss of water-pressure lies between the Centennial Trail and Victoria Road.

S spokesman for the "Bridgewater Public-Works Department" says they hope to have the water-service restored by 2:00 o'clock this afternoon.

Official Opening of New Bwtr Post Office

Official ceremonies are set for this morning for the grand-opening of the new Bridgewater post-office.

The Bridgewater Heritage and Historical Society will be on the scene to recognize over 100-years of postal services to the town.

The official Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony is set for 11:00 o'clock this morning at the new Canada Post site at 135 north Street in Bridgewater.

U-S Man Faces Assault Charges in Lower Clark Harbour Incident

An American man appears in court today to face charges stemming from an alleged assault in Shelburne County.

The Barrington RCMP responded on Friday morning to a call to a residence in Lower Clark's Harbor.

The Mounties were told that an argument on Thursday night between a U-S couple visiting their seasonal-residence in Lower Clark's Harbor had turned physical.

The 66-year-old woman was transported by neighbors to the Yarmouth Regional Hospital, where medical-pesonell determined that the woman had suffered a broken arm during the incident.

A 65-year-old man remains in custody and will face a charge of "assault causing bodily harm" when he appears today at Provincial Court in Yarmouth.