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MISSING-PERSONS UPDATE: Kenneth Colson, Anthony MacNeil, Angelee Grace Searle found

MISSING-PERSONS UPDATE: Kenneth Colson, Anthony MacNeil, Angelee Grace Searle found

Three people who had been reported missing over the past couple of months have been found, Halifax Regional Police said Wednesday in news releases.
RCMP issue warnings, charge man with operating boat while impaired

RCMP issue warnings, charge man with operating boat while impaired

Lunenburg County District RCMP charged a 34-year-old Tancook Island man with operating a vessel while impaired on Sunday as they patrolled coastal waters between Chester and Mahone Bay. He will appear in Bridgewater provincial court in September.
Sidney Crosby to bring Stanley Cup to Natal Day parade

Sidney Crosby to bring Stanley Cup to Natal Day parade

The Stanley Cup will not take its customary route. After two Stanley Cup parades in his native Cole Harbour, Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby has switched things up and will celebrate with Nova Scotia fans during the Natal Day parade on Aug. 7.
Enfield woman charged with stunting on Highway 111

Enfield woman charged with stunting on Highway 111

A 25-year-old Enfield woman has lost her car for a week after Halifax Regional Police ticketed her for stunting on Highway 111. Police clocked the southbound car going 136 km/h in an 80-km/h zone at 1:37 p.m. on Tuesday.
Anne Derrick appointed to Nova Scotia’s highest court

Anne Derrick appointed to Nova Scotia’s highest court

Federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould also announced Cindy Murray and Christa Brothers will become Nova Scotia Supreme Court judges.
Cape Breton Highlanders announce Rob Spon as head coach

Cape Breton Highlanders announce Rob Spon as head coach

The Cape Breton Highlanders have signed a new head coach. It was announced Tuesday that Rob Spon will lead the Sydney squad when the league resumes in November.
Some CBRM rec facilities will close under master plan, but decisions to be made later

Some CBRM rec facilities will close under master plan, but decisions to be made later

Cape Breton Regional Municipality councillors approved a recreation master plan on Tuesday that will eventually result in the closure of some facilities. However, staff assured council any decisions will be made on a case-by-case basis.
Province rolls out first phase of pre-primary program

Province rolls out first phase of pre-primary program

The Liberal government announced Tuesday that 50 public education classes for four-year-olds will be established in 43 schools for the upcoming school year.
Human remains found in Blockhouse identified as missing Queens County man

Human remains found in Blockhouse identified as missing Queens County man

After an investigation by RCMP and the Nova Scotia medical examiner's office, the remains were identified as 59-year-old Gregory Milford Lyle of Brooklyn.
Veteran firefighter expects tough conditions as N.S. crew ships out to B.C.

Veteran firefighter expects tough conditions as N.S. crew ships out to B.C.

A crew of 21 Natural Resources firefighting personnel left Halifax on Tuesday morning for wildfire-besieged British Columbia. 'It seems they always drop you in a helicopter at the foot of the mountain and tell you to walk up, never at the top and walk down,' says veteran firefighter Corey Conrad.