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A dog shot by police in a residential neighbourhood as it was ravaging a live baby deer is back home with its owner. Bridgewater's Deputy Police Chief says the animal made it's way home sometime...

Post date: September 04, 2009

No one was seriously hurt in a minor accident this morning involving a school bus on the first day of classes. A South Shore Regional School board spokesman says it happened around 8:15 at the...

Post date: September 03, 2009

A bit of a scene for kids heading back on the first day. Lunenburg and District Firefighters were called out to help paramedics after an accident between a car and a bicycle this morning on Route 3...

Post date: September 03, 2009

Former Lunenburg West MLA and defeated cabinet minister Carolyn Bolivar-Getson, has a new job. Bolivar-Getson will head up operations on the South Shore-Annapolis Valley as a field representative...

Post date: September 03, 2009

Long time cabinet minister and Lunenburg MLA Michael Baker who passed away in March is being honoured posthumously as a recipient of the 2009 Order of Nova Scotia. Baker is one of five Nova Scotians...

Post date: September 03, 2009

No sign overnight of a dog Bridgewater police say they had to shoot because they were worried it would attack residents. The incident started around seven last night when police were called to...

Post date: September 03, 2009

Later this month, camera's will be rolling in two south shore communities. Last night, Lunenburg council gave approval to an agreement with the company involved with a 16-million dollar production of...

Post date: September 02, 2009

As of last week, he traded his doctor title for one of "Senator". And for a former Bridgewater resident, Kelvin Ogilvie has moved on to the next phase of his career - one that is now political. He's...

Post date: September 01, 2009

RCMP are trying to locate a woman accused of leaving the scene of an accident on Highway 103 in Hebb's Cross. Police say she was driving a four door silver or grey Honda - that witnesses describe as...

Post date: September 01, 2009

Team Nova Scotia is bringing home 52 medals from Prince Edward Island, the most medals ever won by the province in any Canada Games. Ron O'Flaherty, Team Nova Scotia Chef de Mission says the team...

Post date: August 31, 2009

A man believed to be in his 20's was taken to hospital with undetermined injuries after a single-vehicle rollover on Highway 103. The accident happened over the noon hour yesterday. A sport-utility...

Post date: August 31, 2009

A Lunenburg County man arrested late last week in Calgary on outstanding warrants for attempted murder will remain in a lockup until a court appearance next month. 22-year old Cory Kyle Langille was...

Post date: August 28, 2009

Two Shelburne county residents are facing charges after RCMP seized over $12,000 in cash and 37,000 contraband cigarettes in a raid on Shag Harbour. Police entered the residence Wednesday night. A 33...

Post date: August 28, 2009

South Shore School board officials say their pandemic plan is focussed on providing the essential services of the schools. The board overseeing schools in Lunenburg county have drafted and adopted a...

Post date: August 28, 2009

Two 30-foot construction trailers were destroyed by fire at the Department of Transportation depot on Highway Three in Hebbville. And RCMP are trying to locate two teenagers who were seen leaving...

Post date: August 28, 2009

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