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Dartmouth woman missing for more than two weeks

Dartmouth woman missing for more than two weeks

"There is no information to suggest that Amber has met with foul play, however, police are concerned for her well-being," police said in a news release. "Amber has a medical condition for which she receives treatment and she has been without this treatment since she was last seen."
Halifax police issue alert about fake American money

Halifax police issue alert about fake American money

Halifax Regional Police are advising local businesses and citizens to be on guard after receiving eight reports of fake American bills in $20, $50 and $100 denominations since Feb. 24.
Wigginton relishes spotlight that big hoop leagues will bring

Wigginton relishes spotlight that big hoop leagues will bring

The days of Lindell Wigginton roaming the streets of Nova Scotia undetected are probably numbered. Stardom awaits — and soon.
Committee issues bevy of classroom-improvement recommendations

Committee issues bevy of classroom-improvement recommendations

The committee tasked with improving public school classroom conditions identified significant problem areas that include student attendance, data collection and reporting, student classification, assessments and PowerSchool and TIENET, the student information service that deals with individual program plans and other student adaptations.
Man sentenced to probation for weapons incident that led to school lockdown

Man sentenced to probation for weapons incident that led to school lockdown

The man, and a friend, were shooting at various items near West Kings District High School last April, but weren't shooting at the school or buildings.
Boy, 16, pleads guilty to second-degree murder in Dartmouth homicide

Boy, 16, pleads guilty to second-degree murder in Dartmouth homicide

The teen was waiting to stand trial for first-degree murder in the March 2016 shooting death of Joseph Cameron but admitted his guilt on the lesser charge. He will be sentenced in Halifax youth court in May.
Brothers from Halifax area face human trafficking, pimping charges

Brothers from Halifax area face human trafficking, pimping charges

Leslie Burton Gray, 24, and Andre Jerome Gray, 21, were arrested Wednesday night at an apartment on Main Avenue in Halifax.
Federal budget focuses on job training, skills, Brison says

Federal budget focuses on job training, skills, Brison says

A provision in the latest Liberal budget will allow unemployed Canadians to access schooling and training while drawing employment insurance.
Man charged with stealing from Kentville Masonic Association

Man charged with stealing from Kentville Masonic Association

Daniel Parks is the former treasurer of the association. He was charged after more than $10,000 went missing.
Provincial budget to be tabled April 27, two days after start of spring sitting

Provincial budget to be tabled April 27, two days after start of spring sitting

Opposition parties accuse Premier Stephen McNeil of playing political games by refusing to rule out a quick election call after tabling the spring budget next month.