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A donation from a local business is helping the Greenfield Fire Department keep a roof over their heads.Charlie Freeman from Harry Freemans and Son Ltd presented members of the department with a...

Post date: June 05, 2018

He's a graduate of the first NSCC Public Relations Program, he grew up in Bridgewater and now he's just one of only 9 Canadians in 25 years to be honoured with a prestigious award in public...

Post date: June 05, 2018

The 32nd annual Shelburne County Lobster Festival is underway. Events celebrating the lobster fishing industry will take place through the week. Committee member Anna Kenney says the Great...

Post date: June 05, 2018

For one Lunenburg County parent, it's all about giving back.Melissa Cook is working to raise a few dollars to help offset some costs to send primary students at West Northfield Elementary School...

Post date: June 05, 2018

The mayor of Clark's Harbour says South Shore-St. Margaret's MP Bernadette Jordan has failed the town. Leigh Stoddart says for the second year in a row, they are fighting with the feds for funding...

Post date: June 05, 2018

A Senior Petroleum Analyst with Gasbuddy.com feels the Federal Government's purchase of the Trans-Canada Pipeline from Kinder Morgan, was a good move.Dan McTeague, who served as a Federal Member...

Post date: June 05, 2018

The minister responsible for getting cannabis into the province's liquor stores says his stance on pot dispensaries hasn't changed.Lunenburg West MLA Mark Furey says the dispensaries have...

Post date: June 04, 2018

Dozens of protestors gathered outside South Shore-St.Margaret's MP Bernadette Jordan's office today.The crowd met in Bridgewater at noon to voice their displeasure with the Trudeau government...

Post date: June 04, 2018

With the Nova Scotia Special Olympic Provincial Games just days away, athletes from across the South Shore kicked things off on Saturday with the Annual Michelin Torch Run in Bridgewater.Emily Latta...

Post date: June 04, 2018

(just a few of the harvesters outside Acadian Seaplants in Yarmouth Monday-CJLS News photo) Harvesters who sell rockweed and seaweed to Acadian Seaplants in Yarmouth are on strike. About 105...

Post date: June 04, 2018

A few people are expected along the Yarmouth waterfront Friday morning to watch the Cat ferry depart for Portland as it begins its 2018 tourist season. As they did last year, a group of local...

Post date: June 04, 2018

Roughly 80 protests are set to take place across the country today, including in Bridgewater.The rallies are in protest of the Federal Government's decision to purchase the Trans Mountain...

Post date: June 04, 2018

There's no question, lumberjack sports, particularly axe throwing, have become increasingly popular in Nova Scotia and beyond.Now the best axe throwers from across Canada and the world will...

Post date: June 03, 2018

A Chester home was destroyed in a fire in the early hours of the morning.At around 12:25 am, firefighters and Lunenburg County District RCMP were dispatched to the scene on Victoria Street.Corporal...

Post date: June 03, 2018

Some No Name brand chicken burgers are being recalled by Loblaw Companies Limited over possible salmonella contamination.The recall affects one-kilogram packages with a best before date of Feb. 6,...

Post date: June 03, 2018

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