YEAR IN REVIEW PART 1: Tri-County Vanguard looks back at January to ...
YEAR IN REVIEW PART 2: Tri-County Vanguard looks back at July to ...
Tri-County Vanguard reporter Carla Allen's Favourite Photos of 2019
Tri-County Vanguard reporter Carla Allen's Top 10 from 2019
RCMP seeking help in identifying human remains found on Digby County ...
St. John's: What a state... of emergency
Mooseheads drop pivotal game against Olympiques
NBL CANADA: Magic salvage weekend with win over Hurricanes
St. F.X. hold off Acadia in AUS men's hoops
Investigators probe break-in at Halifax restaurant
Police investigate armed robbery at Halifax gas station
Province, Municipality of Argyle teaming up to identify aquaculture development areas
Digby County fire department that got financial boost from contest win hit by furnace oil theft
Primary Care Clinic for patients without a provider expanded at Shelburne Family Practice Collaborative Health Centre
Municipality of Argyle open to discussing ‘structural reform ... potential consolidation’
Powerful storm headed for the Atlantic region
Celebration of black women making a difference in Canadian law enforcement held in Yarmouth County
Letter to our Tri-County Vanguard readers: Website change coming for us
To our valued readers, We have news to share. After many years of running multiple websites – TheVanguard.ca, DigbyCourier.ca and TheCoastGuard.ca – we’re moving to a single digital home for all Yarmouth County, Shelburne ...
Shelburne County Mental Health and Wellness Association hosting community engagement sessions
The Shelburne County Mental Health and Wellness Association is hosting community engagement sessions in Barrington and Shelburne to get the conversation flowing on what’s important and needed to increase supports in the county. Sessions are ...
Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl festival list of ‘shell’abrations’ reaching boiling point
The countdown is on to the third annual Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl Festival. Launched by the South Shore Tourism Cooperative in February 2018 as a means to celebrate the lobster fishery and motivate travel to the region in a traditionally ...
Shelburne man charged for cocaine and methamphetamine offences
The RCMP say they have laid drug charges against a 29-year-old Shelburne man following a three-month investigation. The police also say that municipal officials in Shelburne have asked the RCMP to make drug enforcement a priority. “The ...
Enjoy Saturday's warm weather because Sunday's going to be nasty
Most of the snow will melt away as Nova Scotia reaches double-digit temperatures on Saturday, but the spring-like weather won't last for long. "All of us will wake up to above-freezing temperature Saturday," Cindy Day ...
Jan. 10 full-moon hike and more coming up at Ellenwood Park
A full-moon walk is planned for Jan. 10 at Ellenwood Park, weather permitting. The moonlit hikes have been held in the past and draw a good-sized crowd. Friends of Ellenwood Park (FOEP), a non-profit group, has been organizing ...
Yarmouth County's three municipal units discussing whether session on consolidation should occur
Should there should be an exploration and discussion of potential consolidation of the three municipal units in Yarmouth County? It’s something the three units in Yarmouth County – the Town of Yarmouth, the Municipality of Yarmouth and ...
RCMP investigation continuing into months of non-delivered mail in parts of Digby County
The RCMP says it is still carrying out its investigation into months of mail not being delivered to parts of Digby County. Canada Post, meanwhile, won’t comment specifically on the matter due to the police investigation and also, it says, ...
Suspect sought after Dartmouth man stabbed
Police are looking for a suspect after a man was stabbed in Dartmouth on Wednesday morning. Halifax Regional Police patrol officers with a service dog responded to the 50 block of Roleika Drive at 8:20 a.m. They found a 40-year-old man with a stab ...
Full assessment of Cape Sable Island causeway being requested
The Municipality of Barrington is calling for a full assessment of the Cape Sable Island Causeway. Municipal council has written the provincial minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, Lloyd Hines, urging his Department to complete a ...