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The Town of Clark's harbour wants to breathe new life into one of its historic buildings, the Seaside Heritage Hall. The town purchased the building in 2000 and major renovations were done on the...

Post date: January 12, 2018

The Town of Yarmouth finalized their list of strategic priorities for 2018 last night. Council and staff held a workshop last month to review priorities and determine each one's importance in 2018...

Post date: January 12, 2018

Nova Scotian film crews are working drastically fewer hours.Numbers released this week by the the union representing film workers, show crews are working less than half the hours they were before...

Post date: January 11, 2018

In the aftermath of the tragic fire in Pubnico Head, members of the community are being offered a way to help deal with the grief. Four children died and the entire region is gripped in sadness...

Post date: January 11, 2018

Like last week, don't expect a big change in gas prices this week. The utility and review board makes its weekly price adjustment at midnight. Senior petroleum analyst for Gasbuddy.com, Dan...

Post date: January 11, 2018

The Yarmouth Junior A Mariners made a major splash before last night's MHL Trade Deadline. The team acquired 20 year old defenseman Adam Pilotte from the Carleton Place Canadians in Ontario for...

Post date: January 11, 2018

A preliminary inquiry into the case of a Yarmouth County man facing a charge of attempted murder has been adjourned. The proceeding for Nicholas Ashton Mullen was scheduled for tomorrow in...

Post date: January 11, 2018

A recall from Loblaw companies, for pie. There is a risk that some of their Farmers Market brand Rhubarb Strawberry Pies may contain plastic pieces... They were sold across the country....

Post date: January 11, 2018

Photo: Education Minister Zach Churchill speaks at an announcement today of a deal between the province and federal government on child care support. Churchill is joined by Minister of Families,...

Post date: January 10, 2018

The Superintendent of the Tri-County Regional School Board says attendance is up this school year. Paul Ash says the attendance rates have shown steady improvement since the inception of the new...

Post date: January 10, 2018

(Concerned citizen Verna Wirth makes presentation to Argyle council Tuesday night-CJLS News) The Municipality of Argyle has been asked to consider formulating a plan to make Automated External...

Post date: January 10, 2018

The Nova Scotia Medical Examiner Service has concluded its involvement at the scene of the fatal fire in Pubnico Head. In an email to Acadia News, the Service says the next steps include...

Post date: January 10, 2018

(Councillor Glenn Diggdon talks about the ambulance situation in Pubnico with his fellow councillors Tuesday night-CJLS News) Argyle municipal council plans to circulate a petition calling for the...

Post date: January 10, 2018

Argyle Municipal council held a moment of silence last night for the four children who died in the weekend fire in Pubnico Head. Everyone attending last night's regular council meeting stood...

Post date: January 10, 2018

Community support continues for the families of four children killed in a house fire in Pubnico Head over the weekend. The Municipality of Argyle has released details on how to assist in relief...

Post date: January 09, 2018

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