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Major renovations at the SPCA Shelter in Yarmouth are almost complete. Work began almost a year ago at the facility on the Hardscratch Road which has transformed the shelter into a much-more user...

Post date: December 06, 2017

Support for the provincial government is at its lowest point since the 2013 election.A new poll from Corporate Research Associates shows 38% of voters support the Liberals. That's down seven...

Post date: December 06, 2017

SHYFT Youth Services in Yarmouth wants to thank the community for its ongoing support. They are hosting a Christmas Tea next week. It will be at the SHYFT house, 6 Trinity Place, Tuesday from...

Post date: December 06, 2017

It's the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion. Nearly 2,000 people were killed and over 9,000 wounded when a ship carrying explosives collided with another vessel in Halifax Harbour, wiping...

Post date: December 06, 2017

The lobster season off southwestern Nova Scotia is more than a week underway. It was delayed a day due to poor weather. While catches and price vary, Terry Zinck, president of Xsealent Seafood...

Post date: December 06, 2017

Victims of violence are being recognized this evening in Yarmouth. Today is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. Lisa Newell-Bain is the executive director of...

Post date: December 06, 2017

Yarmouth had three athletes compete at the Canada Games Centre in Halifax at the Last Chance Meet. Hudson Grimshaw-Surette, competing for Dalhousie University, placed first in the 800m with a five...

Post date: December 06, 2017

The Firefighters Museum of Nova Scotia on Main Street has a free display on until Friday about nine firefighters that were killed in the blast, 100 years ago today. Eight of the firefighters died...

Post date: December 06, 2017

A health care rally held last month in Shelburne is just the beginning of an effort to hold government accountable. Mayor Karen Mattatall says if the province thinks the rally was the last that...

Post date: December 05, 2017

RCMP in Meteghan are investigating a collision that sent a 12-year old boy to hospital with serious injuries. Police say the accident happened Saturday around 5:20pm at the intersection of Highway...

Post date: December 05, 2017

It's Mental Health Day at Maple Grove Education Centre. The Grade 7 and 8 middle school in Hebron, Yarmouth County is hosting a full day of workshops to promote mental health awareness and...

Post date: December 05, 2017

The Par En Pas Jr Girls Volleyball team are Tier 1 Regional Champions. They won the banner at the Western Region Tournament yesterday in Annapolis. The team went undefeated in pool play...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Physicians in Nova Scotia are suing the provincial government.Doctors Nova Scotia, the group that represents Nova Scotia's 3,500 doctors says they're trying to resolve a 14 months long...

Post date: December 04, 2017

The YCMHS Girls Hockey team defeated Horton 6-2 on the road Friday. Saige Breton and Grace Hobbs each scored twice, Hallie Moore and Chloe Donaldson also picked up goals and Cailiegh White got...

Post date: December 04, 2017

The following weekend sports results were sent to our newsroom: YARMOUTH COUNTY MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION: BANTAM A: The West Pubnico Pharmasave Bantam A Mariners went 1-1, losing to Clare/...

Post date: December 04, 2017

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