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The Nova Scotia International Program started with just one young man from Taiwan who came to study at Park View Education Centre.20 years later, the province plays host to over 1,200 students each...

Post date: February 10, 2018

Two men and a woman have been charged after fleeing from police in a stolen vehicle in Bridgewater Thursday night.According to Lunenburg District RCMP, members of the South Shore integrated Street...

Post date: February 10, 2018

A trip to Ottawa turned out to be quite productive for the town of Bridgewater.Sustainability Planner Leon DeVreede and Mayor David Mitchell were in Ottawa to receive an award from the Canadian...

Post date: February 09, 2018

Small communities across the province continue to struggle with emergency room closures and a lack of family doctors.Mayor of the town of Shelburne, Karen Mattatall has been vocal about the...

Post date: February 09, 2018

The Lt. Gov is encouraging Nova Scotians to nominate people for the Order of Nova Scotia.Lt. Gov Arthur J. LeBlanc, chancellor of the order of Nova Scotia, says they're looking for citizens who...

Post date: February 09, 2018

Everyone has a few skeletons in their closets and Lunenburg County is no exception.The Desbrisay Museum is hosting a talk on historical murders that happened in the area.Peter Oickle, a local...

Post date: February 09, 2018

A former Liverpool curler says she and her teammates are thankful for all the support they got during the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.Nova Scotia's Team Arsenault recently received bronze after...

Post date: February 08, 2018

The minister of Education and Early Childhood Development says changes being made to the education system are not about unions.As the province moves forward with following 11 of the 22...

Post date: February 08, 2018

The Royal Canadian Legion is condemning recent remarks made by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. During a town hall meeting Monday in Edmonton, Trudeau said that the Canadian government is still...

Post date: February 08, 2018

(This sculpture was created by Michelle Blades from Jordan Falls.-Facebook) What better place to have lobster sculptures than in the Lobster Capital of Canada. The Municipality of Barrington...

Post date: February 08, 2018

If they've put themselves at risk to help others, nominate them.Residents across the province are encouraged to nominate people who have put themselves at risk to help others.The winners will...

Post date: February 08, 2018

Grab your popcorn - the Chester Playhouse Theatre will be playing regular movies again.The playhouse started off as a movie theatre when it first opened as the Kenerick Theatre but by the mid-60s...

Post date: February 07, 2018

Fishermen in our region are giving a thumbs-up to Tuesday's announcement by the federal fisheries minister. Dominic LeBlanc says changes, introduced in the House of Commons, restore the protection...

Post date: February 07, 2018

Another phone scam is making the rounds.This time callers are approaching veterans and their widows claiming to be from the Royal Canadian Legion.Their being told they've won a basket and some...

Post date: February 07, 2018

The number of candidates vying to be leader for leader of Nova Scotia's PC party has grown.Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin has become the first woman to throw her hat into the ring.The MLA for...

Post date: February 07, 2018

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