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The bridge, on Trunk 3, is down to one lane and temporary traffic lights have been installed. Bill Thurston with Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal in Yarmouth says it's an old structure...

Post date: July 04, 2017

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Post date: July 04, 2017

Twenty years ago this week,  Nova Scotia launched the first province wide 9-1-1 service in Canada.The system went live on July 7, 1997.Since then operations have been continually upgraded every...

Post date: July 04, 2017

A supply of drugs has been confiscated in children's lunch bags and back packs.RCMP intercepted two packages in Halifax over last two weeks which concealed what they believe to be heroin.They...

Post date: July 04, 2017

The party will be to celebrate the day the rusting hull of the MV Farley Mowatt is towed out of Shelburne Harbour. It's been there since 2014. On June 15, South Shore-St. Margarets MP...

Post date: July 04, 2017

Preparations are underway for the demolition of a section of the former DomTex building in Yarmouth. A crane is on site and safety fencing has been placed around the middle section of the building...

Post date: July 04, 2017

A Yarmouth man's campaign against what he calls an unfair bylaw appears to have prompted some action. A town bylaw says residents are responsible for broken or burst lateral pipes that hook to...

Post date: July 04, 2017

The federal government is working with the provinces to keep mercury out of the country's landfills.Before Parliament rose for the summer, a bill was passed that requires the Environment Minister...

Post date: July 02, 2017

Changes are coming for Canadian cell phone users.The CRTC says beginnning December 1, mobile service providers will have to unlock cell phones and mobile devices for free if the customer asks....

Post date: July 02, 2017

Bay Ferries says there's a problem with one of the engines on the Cat ferry. It will not sail on Sunday July 2. In a news release the company says it is investigating a technical issue with the...

Post date: July 01, 2017

The chair of the board of directors of the Yarmouth Hospital Foundation says they fully support the establishment of regional radiation therapy services at the Yarmouth Regional Hospital. A grass...

Post date: June 30, 2017

Significant technical issues have led Interac to temporarily take their E-Transfer service offline.In a statement, Interac says it is an internal technical issue resulting in transaction delays, and...

Post date: June 30, 2017

The Handicapped Organization Promoting Equality held an official opening for their new building on Bond Street last night. Plans for a new centre were put into high gear in last winter when a...

Post date: June 30, 2017

RCMP and the government are asking the public to share any information in the death of Lynda Anne Comeau of Weymouth North. The Digby County woman was found dead in a residence on Fort Point Road...

Post date: June 30, 2017

Motorists will be paying a bit more for gasoline to fill up their tanks today. A litre of regular self-serve is going for a $1.01 a litre. An increase of 1.2 cents. There was no change in...

Post date: June 30, 2017

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