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Artifacts found during Fort St. Louis archaeological digs being displayed at open house in Municipality of Barrington
A sampling of artifacts found during the Fort St. Louis archaeological digs in Port LaTour over the past three years will be among the items on display at a pop-up museum on Nov. 23 at the Barrington Municipal Administrative Center in ...
Huge emphasis placed on safety ahead of lobster season opener in southwestern N.S.
Throughout the fall, the ‘Are You Ready’ team has been busy visiting wharves throughout LFAs 33 and 34, conducting safety drills and sharing resources and knowledge to help ensure fishermen come home safely at the end of the ...
Three doctors departing Chester practice before end of 2019
For Chester Basin resident Lee Harnish, the lack of doctors in the community is upsetting, to say the least. “It really puts people in a bind. Most people I know don't have family doctors (because) they lost them, so it’s not a ...
Poll says Canadians think MacKay would be better leader than Scheer
Peter MacKay is still one of Canadians’ top choices to lead the Conservative party, despite saying he’s not seeking the job. In its latest poll, Abacus Data asked Canadians who they would prefer to see as leader of the Conservatives. ...
Bridgewater judge tosses Mountie biting charge due to bad arrest
A judge has stayed an assault charge against a Bridgewater man accused of biting a Mountie, ruling police didn’t have the proper warrant for his arrest. Officers were responding to a 911 call that came in after midnight in late June 2018 ...
Christmas celebrations kicking off in Shelburne
Christmas celebrations will be kicking off in Shelburne on Nov. 23 with a Christmas craft show at the Community Centre from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and the annual Christmas Parade that evening. Registration is now required for the Christmas Parade. Forms ...
Lobster Pot Tree lighting, fireworks setting off Christmas celebrations in Barrington
The lightning of the Lobster Pot Christmas Tree followed by a fireworks display over Barrington Bay on Nov. 21 will spark the start of the three-week Christmas at the Causeway celebrations in the Municipality of Barrington. This year marks the ...
Woman charged in fatal Lunenburg County crash issued summary offence tickets on top of criminal charges
A woman charged in connection with a fatal crash in Lunenburg County earlier this month has also been issued several summary offence tickets. Alysha Kennedy, 24, of Lunenburg County, has been given tickets for operating an unregistered vehicle, ...
Lunenburg County man accused of driving stolen dump truck while impaired
A Lunenburg County man has been charged with taking a dump truck without the owner’s consent and driving it while impaired. Lunenburg RCMP received a report at 5:48 p.m., Tuesday from a motorist whose vehicle had narrowly avoided collision ...
Members reflect on 25 years of South Shore Stamp Club
Lloyd Tancock won’t call himself a philatelist, but man, does he ever know his stamps. ...