Monday, August 20, 2012

BREAKING: Police Recover Body From LaHave River

Bridgewater Police and members of the local fire department have recovered a body from the east side of the LaHave River. In a release, police say the victim is an adult male and the death is not considered suspicious. Constable Will Creamer says the body was found near the Bridgewater Marina around 4 o'clock Monday afternoon. An autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death. The name of the deceased is not being released at this time as police officers are notifying the family.

Fire Protection By-Law Passes First Reading


An important piece of information has been given a preliminary thumbs up by Bridgewater council. The town approved first reading of a Fire Protection bylaw. The bylaw explains construction requirements, rules around outdoor fires and types of enforcement. Mayor Carroll Publicover says credit should be given to the town's fire inspector.



The bylaw is expected back in front of council September 10.

Lunenburg: Bluenose II Nearing Re-Launch


 
The massive dome covering Bluenose II during it's rebuild has been completely dismantled. The temporary shelter has covered the schooner for the past two years during its restoration on the Lunenburg waterfront. Its tear down, signals a major step in the process towards re-launching the vessel. After the dome is removed, Bluenose II needs to be repositioned onto the slipway in preparation for relaunch. Further prep work and tide conditions will then play a large factor in determining when the vessel returns to the water. The schooner is expected to be completely rigged in the fall and ready for public sailing next summer. The province has yet to officially announce a launch date for Bluenose II.


Lunenburg's Deputy Mayor Will Re-Offer