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NEW: 30 new COVID19 cases in N.S.

HRM: As of today, April 16, Nova Scotia has 579 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Thirty new cases were identified Wednesday, April 15.The QEII Health Sciences Centre's microbiology lab completed 1,065 Nova Scotia...
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NEW: Five more presumptive COVID19 cases in N.S.

HALIFAX: As of today, Nova Scotia has three confirmed cases and nine presumptive cases of COVID-19. Five new cases were identified Tuesday, March 17. Four of the cases are travel-related and one...

HRM Professional Firefighters organize food drive for Feed N.S.

WAVERLEY: The firefighters with the Halifax Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 268 are giving back to the local communities they serve to help those during these challenging times due to COVID19.

ALJ receives $7,000 grant from TD for outdoor classroom project

FALL RIVER: On Nov. 27, Ash Lee Jefferson School officially opened phase one of their outdoor classrooms. The Parent Teacher Organization and school Administration submitted a TD Friends of...

COVID19: “We are all suffering because of this pandemic.”

Fall River Chiro sees all revenue lost in April due to COVID19 closure FALL RIVER: The shutdown of businesses because of COVID19 “blindsided and eliminated all the income” for...

Residents seeks answers to COVID19 concerns

FALL RIVER: Concern over essential service workers within the civil service sector, who may work out of the province returning to live in a household and exposing those living with them to...
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Two new COVID19 presumptive cases in HRM announced

HRM: Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health has announced two new presumptive cases of COVID-19 bringing the total number of presumptive positives in the province...
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NEW: Six, travel-related presumptive COVID19 cases

HALIFAX: As of today, March 21, Nova Scotia has nine confirmed cases and 12 presumptive cases of COVID-19, for a total of 21. Six new cases were identified Friday, March 20. All...

‘Staple of the community’ Fall River’s Burgess Service Centre closing

MAIN PHOTO: Gerald Burgess, owner/operator, of Burgess Service Centre fills up a customers vehicle with full serve. (Healey photo) FALL RIVER: An end to an era will come today,...

RCMP celebrate National Police Week

EAST HANTS: This week, the Nova Scotia RCMP is recognizing National Police Week, a public education campaign began back in 1970 as a way for the police to connect with their communities...
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