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Police continue searching for Ryan James Jessop one year after his disappearance

Police continue searching for Ryan James Jessop one year after his disappearance

Jessop last seen on the evening of Sept. 27, 2020 in the Dartmouth Crossing area
One death and 83 new COVID-19 cases reported over the weekend

One death and 83 new COVID-19 cases reported over the weekend

A man in his 80s in Central Zone has died
Parents group wants public notification of COVID-19 cases in schools

Parents group wants public notification of COVID-19 cases in schools

Nova Scotia Parents for Public Education has started tracking in-school cases on its own
Halifax mayor says rowdy university partiers lacked common sense in light of COVID-19

Halifax mayor says rowdy university partiers lacked common sense in light of COVID-19

Halifax Regional Police said they responded to a flood of noise complaints Saturday around Jennings and Larch streets, where it was estimated thousands of people had gathered
DNA evidence ties blood of alleged jail-beating victim to clothing of N.S. inmates

DNA evidence ties blood of alleged jail-beating victim to clothing of N.S. inmates

The trial in Nova Scotia Supreme Court has heard evidence Stephen Anderson was beaten and stabbed on Dec. 2, 2019
Walking in the woods...without leaving the house

Walking in the woods...without leaving the house

With Hike Nova Scotia's ongoing selection of webinars, people can prepare and get training for outdoor excursions from the comfort of their own home
Public Health Mobile Unit offering drop-in COVID tests at Dartmouth Sportsplex Transit Terminal

Public Health Mobile Unit offering drop-in COVID tests at Dartmouth Sportsplex Transit Terminal

It will be on site from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday
Here's where the mobile special waste depot will be in October

Here's where the mobile special waste depot will be in October

The events are for residents looking to dispose of unwanted household special waste
Inquiry into Nova Scotia mass killing holds first of four community open houses

Inquiry into Nova Scotia mass killing holds first of four community open houses

About 50 people from the community of Debert turned out to meet investigators from the commission of inquiry investigating last year's mass killing
NDP leader hopeful province will reinstate paid sick leave program

NDP leader hopeful province will reinstate paid sick leave program

'There needs to be a program where if people have symptoms, if they stay home and don't go to work, they get their pay just the same,' said Gary Burrill
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