June 19th 2013
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More garbage talk coming
As part of the effort to reduce the amount of trash heading for landfills, two more municipal units in eastern Shelburne County may also require ...
Garden party to mark 30 years for dory shop
On Sunday, June 23 an annual Shelburne Historical Society garden party at the Ross Thomson house will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the ...
Business gives lighthouse campaign a $10,000 boost
A plastics moulding company based in Chester has donated $10,000 towards the restoration and painting of Nova Scotia’s tallest lighthouse on Cape ...
Former drop-out, now psychologist, is BMHS grad...
The guest speaker at this year’s Barrington Municipal High School graduation isn’t a graduate of the school. Wendy Nickerson did attend school in ...
A royal visit remembered
It was a magical day for many. As part of an 18-day Royal Tour of Canada, the then young royal couple Charles and Diana arrived in Shelburne on ...
Update: NSP helicopter crew being sent to problem site
Nova Scotia Power was sending in a helicopter crew after efforts to get to the remote site of a transmission line failure using all terrain ...
Highway tribute to lost fishermen has special...
Region of Queens Councillor Brian Fralic was four years old when his father died. More than 50 years later, the remains of his father’s fishing ...
Lobster festival recognized by tourism group
The Shelburne County Lobster Festival received special recognition at the annual general meeting of Destination Southwest Nova on June 4. ...
Taxes rise in Shelburne
Property owners in the Town of Shelburne will be paying more this year after the passing of the town’s $3.25-million budget for the 2013-14 ...
Youth rugby program set for Shelburne
There will be a youth flag rugby (non-contact) program beginning this July. It is a co-ed program for youth currently in grades 5 to 8. The ...
Wet weather expected for weekend
The first named tropical storm of the season is expected to bring wet weather to the area on Saturday. The Canadian Hurricane Centre issued a ...
Lobster Festival celebrations beginning in Shelburne...
It’s time again for the Shelburne County Lobster Festival, a celebration of the industry that is the economic lifeblood of the area. This year, ...
Transport driver among charged in impaired driving...
Barrington RCMP have laid charges of Impaired Driving in four separate incidents. On May 30 at 2:14 p.m. police responded to several complaints ...
Police chase leads to crash on Highway 103
A man suffered serious rib and spinal injuries in the wake of a pursuit on Highway 103 that ended in Granite Village, Shelburne County on Sunday ...
Museum wants help with lobster fishing exhibit
The Shelburne County Museum is looking for stories, photos and artifacts about lobster fishing in the county as part of a project to chronicle ...
Missing, distraught man found safe by searchers
A missing 55-year-old Dartmouth man was found in fair condition last night (May 30) by police, fire and ground search teams near Ensor’s ...
Shelburne hosts Town-wide yard sale on Saturday
Shelburne will usher in the season in style with its 7th Annual Town-Wide Yard & Sidewalk Sale to be held this Saturday, June 1. ...
Tearing down the school
The former Sandy Point Elementary School was meeting its end on Monday morning. The former school was being torn down by an excavator, making way ...
Microbrewery welcomes big equipment
It was a big week for Shelburne’s Boxing Rock Brewing Company as large brewhouse tanks arrived on a transport truck from a PEI manufacturer. It ...
Lots of storms predicted for hurricane season
The Canadian Hurricane Centre is warning Canadians to prepare for a busy 2013 hurricane season. The season officially starts on June 1. The ...
Miss Ally auction raises over $86,000
The Courageous Crew of Miss Ally-Lost at Sea Fundraising Auction has raised more than $86,000 for the families of the lost fishermen. The ...
Council treading cautiously on wetland transfer
The Municipality of Barrington doesn’t want to hand over control of a 900-acre wetland to a conservation group without a little more talk first. ...
Pirates of Port Roseway to invade Osprey
Basement Theatre presents The Pirates of Port Roseway at the Osprey Arts Centre Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1 at 8 p.m. A matinee ...
Proposed lobster plant gets municipal ok
A proposed lobster processing facility on Cape Sable Island moved a step closer to reality with the blessing of the Municipality of Barrington ...
Arena needs a makeover
Capital upgrades to the inside of the Shelburne County Arena have been ongoing and now attention has turned to the outside of the arena. Members ...
Changes coming to Shelburne wharf
People can expect some changes at the Shelburne Marine Terminal over the next few months. For starters, the speed limit is going up. That may be ...
Local bowler claims national bronze
Jessica Madden picked a good time to have the best game of her life. Last week, the 19-year-old Baccaro area woman was taking part in the ...
Walk for guide dogs set for May 26
The Annual Purina Walk for Guide Dogs will be hosted locally by the Shelburne Lions Club on Sunday, May 26. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and ...
NB ferry getting paint job in Shelburne
The MS Grand Manan V passenger ferry was at Shelburne Ship Repair this week for general maintenance, including painting of the hull. The ...
$3.7-million tender accepted for CH School upgrade
“Let’s get on with it.” That was the sentiment of Clarks Harbour Elementary School principal Lesley Smith after a $3.7-million tender for a major ...
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