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RCMP respond to three thefts in Oakfield

OAKFIELD: With the warmer weather, many people are getting out to enjoy the beaches and trails. Unfortunately, this also includes thieves looking for crimes of opportunity.

More than 200 COVID19 tests completed at Elmsdale assessment centre

ELMSDALE: The Nova Scotia Health Authority says the COVID19 assessment centre in the at the Lloyd E. Matheson Centre has completed more than 200 tests. Brendan Elliott, spokesman for...

Passionate about dogs: Two young women reopen popular Fletchers Lake doggie daycare business

MAIN PHOTO: Olivia Dube (left) and Beth May are the co-owners of Roaming Rovers. The two Grade 12 LHS students formed a partnership to revive the business, which had closed in Sept....

No injuries in Beaver Bank mvc

BEAVER BANK: No charges have been laid as of yet following a single vehicle collision on Beaver Bank Road on May 10. Halifax District RCMP spokeswoman Cpl. Lisa Croteau...

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...

NEW: 29 new COVID19 cases; third death reported in N.S.

HRM: Nova Scotia has recorded its third death related to COVID-19. On Sunday, April 12, a male in his 80's in Halifax Regional Municipality died as a result...

‘Hair-raising’ effort: Sackville musician sings, shaves hair for medical staff at N.S. hospitals

LOWER SACKVILLE: The medical staff at several hospitals province-wide are getting some “hair-raising” help from a well-known Lower Sackville musician during the COVID19 pandemic. Jon Cyr is using the...

COVID19: Local Fall River-area athletes in U.S. describe reaction, impact to pandemic

FALL RIVER: The magnitude of the COVID19 pandemic was initially “laughed off” by athletes at the University of Florida, said a Fletchers Lake soccer star who is in her first year as...

N.S. introduces two family bubble as part of easing COVID19 restrictions; burn ban on...

FALL RIVER: The province is announcing the easing of some restrictions, including the implementation of a two family bubble household and allowing of some outdoor activities like golf and opening of some...

Wellington youth wins Canada-wide music leadership award

WELLINGTON: A young Wellington boy who is quick to volunteer for any musical opportunity” left such a lasting impact on his former music teacher at Holland Road Elementary School that he’s picked...
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