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Collisions snarl traffic, buses on snow plan as N.S. hit by 1st winter storm
Snow, ice pellets, rain and high winds are lashing the province.
Teen accused in killing gets probation for tampering with monitoring device
The teenager accused of killing Chelsie Probert has been sentenced to three months of probation for cutting off his electronic monitoring bracelet and slipping away from his mother’s Dartmouth home earlier this month.
Former Lower Sackville used car salesman found guilty of fraud
A judge says Darren Blumenthal 'preyed upon' a young couple who bought a car from him and he has been found guilty of two counts of fraud over $5,000.
Protesters shut down Canso Causeway over pending hospital closures
The Canso Causeway was shut down for about an hour Friday as a couple hundred protesters marched to mainland Nova Scotia from Cape Breton.
Head-on crash with snowplow seriously injures driver
The driver of the vehicle that collided with the plow is in hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Qalipu First Nation and Canada announce reassessment of 58,000 membership applications
Dave Wilson steps down as MLA for Sackville-Cobequid
'You couldn't draw it up any better,' says Drake Batherson after NHL debut
Finally some good news for N.S.'s knee and hip surgery wait-list
Winter driving season begins Friday in the Maritimes
Partner of slain cab driver angry killer is getting passes from prison
CBU prepares for another influx of international students
3 young Nova Scotians to share thoughts on reconciliation in new textbook
Panamanian carrier safe off St. John's, after issuing distress call
Halifax police officer peeped in motel windows for 'the public good,' says lawyer