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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 structure fire at the vacant building...

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 of complications related to COVID-19."Tragically, another...

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. In a release, the Local...

Lions Club holds food drive

BEAVER BANK: The Beaver Bank Kinsac Lions Club recently held a food drive in support of local families in need. The Lions Club reached out to the community to drop off non-perishable food to the...

RCMP charge 18 with Health and Emergency measures act offences

DARTMOUTH: The Nova Scotia RCMP is releasing COVID-19 enforcement statistics today in lieu of Good Friday.  Since April 7, Nova Scotia RCMP has charged 18 people for offences under the Nova Scotia Health Protection and...

NEW: Second COVID19 death in N.S.: 31 new cases reported

HRM: Nova Scotia has recorded its second death related to COVID-19. On Wednesday, April 8, a woman in her 90s with underlying medical conditions died in the Cape Breton Regional Hospital as a result...

Man charged with aggravated assault in Middle Sackville

MIDDLE SACKVILLE: A 33-year-old man faces charges following an aggravated assault incident on April 7 in Middle Sackville. Halifax District RCMP say they responded at 9:20 p.m. to a complaint of a serious assault which...

NEW: 32 new COVID19 cases push N.S. total close to 350 overall

HRM: As of today, April 8, Nova Scotia has 342 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Thirty-two new cases were identified Tuesday, April 7.The QEII Health Sciences Centre's microbiology lab completed more than 700 Nova Scotia...

Keeping their minds active: Fletchers Lake boys getting “slimey” making video game

FLETCHERS LAKE:  Two young boys from Fletchers Lake have found a creative way to keep their minds thinking while schools out due to the State of Emergency as a result of COVID19. Rowan Williamson and...

NEW: N.S. records first COVID19 death; 17 new cases announced

HRM: As of today, April 7, Nova Scotia has 310 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Seventeen new cases were identified Monday, April 6.As reported earlier today, the province has also recorded its first death.The QEII...
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