Guysborough District RCMP say an officer has stopped a vehicle traveling in excess of 50 kilometres over the posted speed limit in the Sherbrooke area. Police say on Thursday an officer on patrol on Highway 7 in Geogogan stopped a car travelling at 142 kilometres in a 90 kilometres per hour zone. Police say a 17-year-old male youth was charged with stunting. The vehicle was seized, and the youth’s driver’s license was suspended for seven days. The fine for stunting in Nova Scotia is $2,422.50.
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Rte 132, Audrey Spooney, will be 15 minutes late this afternoon.
Rte 321, Tim McGrath, will be 30 minutes late the afternoon.
Rte 346, Wesley Anstley, will be 30 minutes late this afternoon.
Rte 353, Jeanette MacKean, will be 30 minutes late this afternoon.
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Local seniors will be brushing up on their driving skills at a session next week called Operation Boomers. https://t.co/nHelR5FUbz