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The Yarmouth Junior A Mariners fell 3-1 in Dieppe this afternoon. Chris Goreham scored the lone goal for Yarmouth in the third period after the Commandos held a 3-0 lead through two periods....

Post date: March 05, 2017

The O'Regan's Subaru Western Hurricanes have forced a third and deciding game against the Joneljim Cougars. Will Chisholm scored twice and added an assist to help the Hurricanes to a 5-2 win...

Post date: March 05, 2017

The Wade's Wire Traps/Five Star Roofing Bantam AA Mariners are in the N.S. Mainland Bantam AA League Semifinal tomorrow morning. This after an 8-2 win over Amherst today and a 3-1 loss to the...

Post date: March 04, 2017

It looked like the Yarmouth Junior A Mariners were destined for a fourth straight loss tonight in Summerside. But three goals in just over three minutes in the third period flipped the script as...

Post date: March 04, 2017

Softwood lumber exporters in Nova Scotia are keeping a close eye on negotiations between the United States and the federal government.For three decades, softwood lumber producers have enjoyed an...

Post date: March 04, 2017

Social media is flooding with outrage after a Halifax cab driver was acquitted of raping a woman who was found by police passed out drunk in his car.Comments made by the judge during his decision are...

Post date: March 03, 2017

Provincial Volunteers have been chosen for the town and municipality of Yarmouth. Rachelle d'Entremont is the town's representative. d'Entremont has given her time to many local organizations...

Post date: March 03, 2017

Another big sporting event is being proposed for Yarmouth. The Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Tourism Association wants to bring the national Cross-Country championships to the Yarmouth Golf and...

Post date: March 03, 2017

(Photo: left to right: Mun of Yarmouth Councillor Daniel Allen, Deputy Mayor Phil Mooney, Warden Leland Anthony, Yarmouth MLA Zach Churchill, Airport Manager Mike Fields and Argyle Councillor Guy...

Post date: March 03, 2017

The Tri-County Regional School Board says buses will be able to travel on all gravel roads starting Monday. With the forecast calling for a cold weekend, that should harden those roads that have...

Post date: March 03, 2017

(Photo: Timmy LeBlanc) Fire destroyed a home in Yarmouth County this morning. The structure at 427 Melbourne Road was fully engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived on scene around 5:30...

Post date: March 03, 2017

(Photo: Nancy d'Entremont Campbell) The Wade’s Wire Traps/Five Star Roofing Bantam AA Mariners are hosting the Nova Scotia Mainland Bantam AA Hockey Championship starting today at Mariners Centre...

Post date: March 03, 2017

(Photo: Rick Northup) Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Tourism Association is gearing up for another season. Marketing strategies are in place and The CAT ferry plays an integral role. Nova...

Post date: March 03, 2017

The president of the Yarmouth Local of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union says he's pleased that so many of his colleagues have applied to sit on the Council to Improve Classroom Conditions. School...

Post date: March 03, 2017

Scores from the Yarmouth Thursday Night Ladies Volleyball League: L'Eons 2 vs Delmar 2 GRB Volley Brawlers 4 vs Volley Lamas 0 Foster Auto 2 vs Fender Bender Auto 2 Red Knight 4 vs Wild...

Post date: March 03, 2017

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