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UPDATED: two staff, two residents at Magnolia test positive for COVID19

ENFIELD: In the press conference on March 30, Dr. Robert Strang confirmed two residents and two staff at the Magnolia tested positive for COVID19. This comes a day after...

Cleaning up: Beaver Bank girl collects more than 100 tires from ditches

BEAVER BANK: The ditches along Beaver Bank Road were a haven for used tires being thrown about. And one nine-year-old girl has the proof. Salara Woodworth, who calls Beaver...
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RELEASE: Premier McNeil introduces measures for residents

HALIFAX:Premier Stephen McNeil, Minister of Business Geoff MacLellan and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, announced today, March 20, measures to help Nova Scotians and...

COVID19: NSHA advises of potential exposure on Toronto to Halifax flight on July 12

HALIFAX STANFIELD: Nova Scotia Health is advising of potential exposure to COVID-19 on Royal Dutch Airlines, operated by WestJet, (WS 254) on July 12 from Toronto to Halifax. It departed Toronto at...

Fall River water bills expected this fall: Streatch

FALL RIVER: Residents should be patient for a few more months as the finalization is done to the tax bills for the Fall River water project, said Councillor Steve Streatch.

Fall 2022 target date for Wellington Connector completion

WELLINGTON: While the project is currently on hold to get more information gathered, an official with the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (TIR) said the aim is to have the Wellington...

Beaver Bank teens get creative to “game away” COVID19 boredom

BEAVER BANK: The longer there’s been no school and self-isolation dragged on due to the COVID19 pandemic and the State of Emergency put in place in N.S., the more bored two Beaver...

PHOTOS: HERH Grads don’t let rain dampen Prom Showcase spirit

ENFIELD: Mother Nature tried to rain on the parade of graduates from Hants East Rural High School, but it didn't work. School students gathered keeping physical distancing in mind...

Stewiacke-area bingo hall fire deemed suspicious

ALTON: A conflagration on April 5 that destroyed an old bingo hall in the Stewiacke area has been deemed suspicious by firefighters. Firefighters from Stewiacke were alerted to the...

Get your bubble on, Nova Scotia!

HALIFAX: Bubble up, Atlantic Canada - and bring your identification with you.Starting Friday, July 3, if people live in another Atlantic Canadian province and want to visit Nova Scotia, they will need...
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