ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
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Municipality of Yarmouth holding open house for Port Maitland sewage treatment plant, Monday, Nov. 19
Hants County firefighters respond to machinery fire at CKF
Windsor fire chief to hang up hat in December
Pictou-born sister seeks to reunite with brother after more than 50 years apart
Yarmouth RCMP investigating robbery involving a knife
MSVU faculty union votes to strike
The union representing full-time faculty, laboratory instructors and librarians at Mount Saint Vincent University has given the green light for a strike. Ninety-four per cent of 144 union members supported a strike mandate if conciliation talks ...
'They would all have tears in their eyes': Veterans remembered with special banners in the Municipality of Barrington and Town of Clark's Harbour
The Clark’s Harbour cenotaph makes a fitting background for a memorial banner honouring a World War I veteran. Kathy Johnson photo BARRINGTON/CLARK'S HARBOUR, NS – Hearts are swelling with pride these days ...
More Janes chicken products recalled, food inspection agency announces
A recall of Janes chicken products has been expanded, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced Friday. An Oct. 26 recall of Janes Pub Style Chicken Burgers has been updated to include Janes Pub Style Chicken Strips. Sofina Foods Inc. is ...
Arcadia sidewalk being replaced
ARCADIA - Motorists are advised to use caution and expect traffic delays through Arcadia during the replacement of the sidewalk on the east side of the road. The project was approved as part of the 2018-19 capital budget for the Municipality ...
NSCC issues apology for racist, stereotype image on classroom door at Burridge Campus in Yarmouth
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The NSCC Burridge Campus in Yarmouth has come under fire for a life size image that was on a classroom door for about a week that had racial and stereotyping elements that negatively depicted black women as mothers. The ...
Newport Corner woman still reeling months after flood destroys home
She can still remember how the clouds looked that day, rain falling on her community like someone was pushing, forcing it down with malice. ...
Owners of former Colony Harbour Inn in Yarmouth considering reopening in 2019
YARMOUTH - The owners of Rodd Hotels and Resorts are examining the former Rodd Colony Harbour Inn in Yarmouth to see what will be involved should they decide to reopen the building next spring. Mark Rodd, president of Rodd Hotels and ...
Anyone missing a pair of RCMP pants? Charges laid after firearm, drugs, and RCMP uniform seized during search of Yarmouth property
YARMOUTH, N.S. – A Yarmouth man has been charged with various offences after a search of a Yarmouth residence that the RCMP say turned up a loaded .22 calibre rifle, a quantity of cocaine and a pair of pants and a shirt belonging to an RCMP ...
‘She’s going to be forever 21’: Maddison Fraser of Yarmouth being featured in campaign drawing awareness to abuse of women
YARMOUTH, N.S. – When Yarmouth mom Jennifer Holleman stands before others to talk about her daughter Maddison Fraser, she’s going to reflect on what a beautiful person her daughter was, while also offering a reminder of the horrifying ...
Tiny homes discussed by Municipality of Yarmouth
YARMOUTH - Tiny homes, in all their various shapes and sizes, are a popular topic in development offices across Nova Scotia. Building codes applying to the small structures were discussed at the Municipality of Yarmouth’s Oct. 10 ...