Saturday, May 30, 2020

Two deaths, one new coronavirus case for Nova Scotia

TATAMAGOUCHE - Two new deaths at Northwood in Halifax Regional Municipality has brought the coronavirus-related death total to 46 in the province. The deaths were announced May 8, along...

Arrests made following break and enters into cottages in Colchester, Hants counties

WINDSOR - Those with cottages in Colchester and Hants counties might want to check their properties. The Windsor District RCMP has arrested two individuals, including a 17-year-old girl, in...

Exhibitions in Bible Hill, Oxford cancelled due to pandemic

BIBLE HILL โ€“ The general manager of the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition Commission is saddened by a recent decision to cancel all exhibitions and fairs for the season. Darrelyn Hubley said...

Six new cases of coronavirus announced in N.S., as well as three deaths

TATAMAGOUCHE - Another three deaths occurred at Northwood long-term care facility in relation to the coronavirus. That brings the total in Nova Scotia to 41. Another six new cases...

More than 600 registered for virtual run to support families affected by Portapique tragedy

TRURO โ€“ What started as a small idea to bring a group of runners together virtually has since blown its organizer away. Jody Mattie wanted to host a 5K run...

COVID-19: one new death, 14 new cases announced

TATAMAGOUCHE - A long-term care facility in Halifax Regional Municipality has seen another death related to the coronavirus. The death, announced May 4, occurred at Northwood, and brings the...

Wallace Bridge family creating online platforms for local businesses during pandemic

WALLACE BRIDGE โ€“ A family-operated business on the North Shore is doing what it can to help businesses thrive and survive the coronavirus pandemic. Since the middle of March, Forward Creative...

Get those fishing poles out: province easing some public health restrictions

TATAMAGOUCHE - It's what the fishers wanted, and now they're able to get out with their fishing poles. Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical...

Get those fishing poles out: province easing some public health restrictions

TATAMAGOUCHE - It's what the fishers wanted, and now they're able to get out with their fishing poles. Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical...

Twelve new cases, one new death from coronavirus in province

TATAMAGOUCHE - Northwood long-term care facility in Halifax Regional Municipality has reported another death in relation to the coronavirus. Along with the death, the province announced 12 new cases...


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