From Barrington to Winnipeg: Sou'West 4-H Club participating in summer exchange program
Revving up for season: Clyde River Motocross Track and Trails holds first ...
Keep digging: Research project continues this summer
Barrington sea cadet gets top honours
‘Perfect place to learn Nova Scotia’s songbirds’
‘There are some patients in desperate financial need’
Small craft harbours in southwestern Nova Scotia being studied by Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans
Report: Province says Cape Sable Island Causeway is structurally sound
Health crisis working group gaining momentum says Shelburne Mayor
Shelburne and Digby hospital emergency departments seeing closures during June 15-18 timeframe
Town of Shelburne looking at future for Roger Grovestine Complex
SHELBURNE - The Town of Shelburne is hosting a public workshop on Wednesday, June 13, at the Community Center on King Street to discuss the results of a recent survey on the future use of the Roger Grovestine Memorial Recreation Complex and how ...
RCMP warns of counterfeit currency incidents in Valley
DARTMOUTH, NS - Nova Scotia RCMP are advising the public to keep an eye out for counterfeit money. Over the past four weeks, there have been multiple investigations into counterfeit bills circulating in Annapolis, Kings, Lunenburg and Yarmouth ...
UPDATED: Shelburne Roseway Hospital emergency department closure hours reduced during June 7-8 timeframe
SHELBURNE, N.S. – Physician coverage for the Roseway Hospital emergency department has been found for during the day on Friday, June 8 so the Nova Scotia Health Authority has announced a reduction in the previously announced closure hours. ...
Mock disaster delivers sobering message to Barrington high school students
BARRINGTON, N.S. – A two-vehicle crash has claimed the life of one person and severely injured another after the vehicle they were travelling in was struck by an impaired driver. That person is now facing a charge of impaired driving causing ...
LFA 33 and 34 lobster season in southwestern Nova Scotia coming to a close on May 31
SOUTHWESTERN N.S. – The traps are coming ashore, marking the end of the 2017-18 commercial lobster fishery in southwestern Nova Scotia on May 31. The season is being described as not a banner year, but not a bad one either. “Overall ...
Thane Dunn excited to be bringing his Elvis Rock and Country show to Barrington on May 26
BARRINGTON PASSAGE, N.S. – Performer Thane Dunn says Elvis Presley was able to make connections with people he never even met. When Dunn takes to the stage with his Elvis Rock and Country Show in Barrington this weekend, he’ll be looking ...
Ticks thriving on the South Shore
News that a Bridgewater massage therapist picked ticks off three of her clients in one week came as no surprise to an expert on the bloodsucking parasites. Vett Lloyd, a Mount Allison University biologist, says no other place in Canada rivals the ...
Barrington high school student Brett Smith awarded the Lieutenant Governor's Respectful Citizenship Award
BARRINGTON, N.S. – Described as someone who has, and continues, to make a difference in his school and community, Barrington Municipal High School student Brett Smith was recently awarded a Lieutenant Governor’s Respectful Citizenship ...
On the eve of a Royal Wedding, looking back at a 1983 Royal Visit to Shelburne
SHELBURNE, N.S. – A lot of time has passed since a very young royal couple – Charles and Diana – visited Shelburne in June 1983. However, on the eve of their son Harry getting married in what is the most talked about wedding on the ...
$1 million announced for improved internet in Shelburne County
SHELBURNE COUNTY, N.S. – A total of $1.042 million in funding for new or improved internet service in eight communities in Shelburne County was announced on May 16 by South Shore St. Margaret’s MP Bernadette Jordan as part of the federal ...