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7/28/2016

Bail review adjourned indefinitely for former Lower Truro man accused of murder

(CP) - A bail review for a Dalhousie medical student accused of murdering a fellow student has been adjourned indefinitely. William Sandeson was denied bail last October, but his lawyer had asked for a review of the decision. A hearing was set for Thursday in Nova Scotia Supreme Court, but ... Read More
7/28/2016

Province to purchase P3 school in Milford

The Nova Scotia government has announced it's buying two of the province's P3 schools once their leases are up. The province will purchase Milford's Riverside Education Centre and O'Connell Drive Elementary School in Porters Lake from Nova Learning in July 2018. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey says ... Read More
7/28/2016

CCRSB votes to begin school review process for three Pictou County schools

The Chignecto-Central Regional School Board decided to move ahead with a school review process for three Pictou County schools. At a special meeting held in Truro Wednesday night, board members accepted a staff recommendation for reviewing a group of three schools: Pictou Elementary, Dr. Thomas McCulloch Junior High and Pictou ... Read More
7/28/2016

Tatamagouche man missing since last Friday located in Saltsprings, Cumberland County

Police say an 80-year-old Tatamagouche man missing for nearly a week has been found alive near Springhill. RCMP Const. Dal Hutchinson tells our newsroom a motorist located Willard McKay's van on a woods road in Saltsprings, Cumberland County around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. McKay was alert, but disoriented and dehydrated, and ... Read More
7/28/2016

NS man found guilty of assaulting his infant son

(CP) - A Nova Scotia father has been found guilty of causing a head injury to his three-week-old son that was so severe his skull was ``like a crushed egg,'' according to one doctor. A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge said the father ``snapped'' in November 2011, because of the ... Read More