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The Member of Parliament for the South Shore - St. Margaret's, Gerald Keddy has spoken out about the recent federal budget. He says Our Government presented a jobs and growth budget, and they are...

Post date: March 05, 2010

A Lunenburg County couple is homeless after fire destroyed their house. Flames greeted Walden firefighters as they arrived at the scene on the Woodstock Road after they received a call around 5:30...

Post date: March 05, 2010

A Lunenburg County man faces a number of charges following the seizure of a large cache of illegal cigarettes. Police say they found over 72-hundred illegal-cigarettes in a residence on the Sarty...

Post date: March 04, 2010

Forty-five daycare's in Nova Scotia are getting about $1.3 million in funding from the provincial government to help them do repairs and renovations. Day cares in the surrounding area that will be...

Post date: March 04, 2010

Slippery road conditions the cause of a couple of accidents along the South Shore. A single vehicle rollover took place this morning on Trunk 3 . No injuries were reported. Around noon time an...

Post date: March 04, 2010

Class Afloat students will be returning to the Lunenburg Academy to finish out their school year after their vessel, the Concordia sank off the coast of Brazil.February 17th. Trish Smith,...

Post date: March 03, 2010

A consortium of Nova Scotia shipbuilders has been selected to restore the Bluenose II. The Lunenburg Shipyard Alliance was the successful respondent to a request for interest issued in December. The...

Post date: March 03, 2010

Residents of Lunenburg should make sure they are prepared before they get behind the wheel again. During the month of March Lunenburg County RCMP will be setting up random check points to ensure...

Post date: March 03, 2010

The Canadian Breast Cancer Tour for the Cure bus will be making a stop at the South Shore Regional Hospital today. The big pink bus will allow people to view interactive displays and learn about...

Post date: March 03, 2010

The Communications Manager for the South Shore Regional School Board is reminding you that their school buses cannot travel on a number of routes. Trish Smith says the school buses cannot travel on...

Post date: March 03, 2010

A Mahone Bay man facing a number of charges in connection with gunshots fired outside a home early Tuesday morning will have a bail hearing this afternoon. (Wed.) Twenty-seven year old Justin...

Post date: March 02, 2010

More details on the 'Back Yard Project' for the Bridgewater High School have been released. The project was founded two years ago and is now in the process of finding funding to go through with...

Post date: March 02, 2010

The South Shore is reported as the one of the top regions that experienced increased sales to real estate over this time last year. The number of residential units sold across Nova Scotia, through...

Post date: March 02, 2010

RCMP are investigating the theft of 150 lobster crates in Shelburne County. Sometime over the weekend the crates were taken from a fish plant in Lower Clark's Harbour. The crates were blue in...

Post date: March 01, 2010

The name of the new Lunenburg primary-to-grade 9 school will soon be unveiled. Nancy Pynch-Worhtylake, Superintendent of Schools says the public naming process was put in place so they can hear from...

Post date: March 01, 2010

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