STILLWATER – Many Journal readers are familiar with the name if not the face of Chris Sinclair of Stillwater. He has been a contributor to this newspaper on behalf of the St. Mary’s River Association for the past four summers. Some may have been wondering where his commentary on the river has gone this fishing season. The answer is much further afield.
Guysborough native moves toward career in film and television
GUYSBOROUGH – “I have always been interested in video production,” said Justin MacDonald of Lesterdale in Guysborough last Thursday night. He had just finished screening two short films he produced this past year as part of his course requirements at the Humber School of Media Studies & Information Technology in Toronto. The films, Goldfish, a 10-minute drama and Breath of Life, a short documentary were both warmly received by the hometown audience.
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GUYSBOROUGH – The volunteer organization that rescues people who are lost could use a little rescuing of its own. Without funding support, the group may dissolve at the end of this year. In that case, those needing help could wait hours for a team from another area of Nova Scotia to arrive.
BOYLSTON – A 20-year-old man arrested after threatening citizens and RCMP officers in Guysborough District on July 13 has been remanded to the East Coast Forensic Hospital for assessment. William Anthony Pius George appeared in Port Hawkesbury Provincial Court on Friday. He is scheduled to be back in court on August 5 to answer to the charges.
GUYSBOROUGH – Everybody has a story to tell, even if they don’t know it. That is the premise behind the newest offering from the Mulgrave Road Theatre Company, Generations, arriving just in time for Guysborough Come Home Week.