Happy birthday, Shirley! Adored elephant survived 1963 Yarmouth circus ship fire
PHOTOS: Prom day for École secondaire de Par-en-Bas
PHOTOS: Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School prom day afternoon at Frost Park
RCMP issue public warning about the danger of fentanyl after responding to ...
Yarmouth businessman shares story of suspected lone star tick bite reaction
Cat ferry service starts its season between Yarmouth and Portland on June ...
Mariners Ribfest coming back to Yarmouth for the third time July 6-8
Greenwood Amateur Radio Club hosts field day June 23 in Wilmot
Yarmouth Relay for Life takes place Saturday, June 23
Human trafficking forum in Halifax hears from grieving Yarmouth mom and ex-sex workers
Small craft harbours in southwestern Nova Scotia being studied by Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans
Health crisis working group gaining momentum says Shelburne Mayor
Yarmouth County municipal units to apply for infrastructure funding for upgrades to ferry terminal facility
GoFundMe account set up to help daughter of Weymouth man following tragic boating collision that claimed two lives
BEACH POINT, PEI – A GoFundMe account has been set up for the daughter of a Weymouth man as she copes with his death following a fishing boat collision in Prince Edward Island over the weekend that claimed the lives of two people. Chris ...
June 13 cancer care review engagement session in Yarmouth to help shape recommendations of final report
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Wednesday, June 13, is a big day when it comes to the review of cancer services in western Nova Scotia. A day-long engagement session with 15 stakeholders, including three cancer patient advisers and cancer health ...
$1 million replacement of causeway bridge leading and seawall repairs part of recent funding announcement for Yarmouth County projects
YARMOUTH, N.S. – A $1 million roadwork project has been announced by the province for Yarmouth County that includes replacement of the causeway bridge leading to Cape Forchu along with maintenance of the seawall and armour stone that’s ...
RCMP warns of counterfeit currency incidents in Valley
DARTMOUTH, NS - Nova Scotia RCMP are advising the public to keep an eye out for counterfeit money. Over the past four weeks, there have been multiple investigations into counterfeit bills circulating in Annapolis, Kings, Lunenburg and Yarmouth ...
Faculty support, family and community themes shine through during 2018 NSCC Burridge convocation ceremony
YARMOUTH, N.S. – They’ve been supported throughout their studies, and as they crossed the stage to collect their certificates and diplomas at this year’s NSCC Burridge convocation ceremony you could still feel and witness the ...
Mock disaster delivers sobering message to Barrington high school students
BARRINGTON, N.S. – A two-vehicle crash has claimed the life of one person and severely injured another after the vehicle they were travelling in was struck by an impaired driver. That person is now facing a charge of impaired driving causing ...
Construction of new Yarmouth Elementary School to be completed in June 2019
YARMOUTH, N.S. – A new elementary school in Yarmouth is taking shape, with construction well underway on Parade Street. The school – to be called Yarmouth Elementary School (YES) – will replace Yarmouth Central School and the ...
RCMP issue public warning about the danger of fentanyl after responding to incident in Shelburne
SHELBURNE, N.S. – The RCMP are issuing a warning to the public about the dangers of fentanyl after responding to a 911 call on June 1 at a Shelburne residence where a person experiencing seizures admitted to using the drug. Several people, ...
PHOTOS: Hauling up lobster gear in Pinkney's Point, Yarmouth County
PINKNEY'S POINT, YARMOUTH COUNTY, N.S. – The LFA 34 lobster season in southwestern Nova Scotia is drawing to a close on May 31. Lobster crews have been bringing gear ashore in advance of the final day of the season, making for busy ...
LFA 33 and 34 lobster season in southwestern Nova Scotia coming to a close on May 31
SOUTHWESTERN N.S. – The traps are coming ashore, marking the end of the 2017-18 commercial lobster fishery in southwestern Nova Scotia on May 31. The season is being described as not a banner year, but not a bad one either. “Overall ...