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Mark Hodgins

Mark Hodgins

Mark Hodgins is an Ontario-born Haligonian. A graduate of the Loyalist College journalism program, he’s been with NEWS 95.7 since 2016. Mark is a lover of sports, politics and video games.

Recent Work by Mark

Province can't say how much taking over Halifax crane removal could cost taxpayers

Province can't say how much taking over Halifax crane removal could cost taxpayers

At a budget update on Thursday, Finance Minister Karen Casey was vague about whether that decision will end up costing taxpayers
Frost advisory in effect for Halifax

Frost advisory in effect for Halifax

The advisory says clear skies and light winds could push the temperature down to near the freezing mark on Wednesday night
Street checks to be front and centre at Monday police board meeting

Street checks to be front and centre at Monday police board meeting

The board is scheduled to receive updates on a street check data retention policy and progress toward recommendations made in the Wortley report
Halifax Mooseheads individual game tickets on sale Friday

Halifax Mooseheads individual game tickets on sale Friday

Prices range from $19 to $23 for adults, $16 to $20 for seniors, $10 to $14 for students and $8 to $12 for youth
Blaze destroys abandoned house in Upper Hammonds Plains, says Halifax Fire

Blaze destroys abandoned house in Upper Hammonds Plains, says Halifax Fire

District Chief Lloyd Currie says crews were called out to the fire at 853 Pockwock Rd.
Nelson Whynder Elementary closed Friday due to power outage

Nelson Whynder Elementary closed Friday due to power outage

A power outage has forced the closure of a school in North Preston on Friday
One arrested, two on the loose after dramatic car chase through Halifax

One arrested, two on the loose after dramatic car chase through Halifax

Police used a spike strip, but the suspect vehicle didn't stop
Expect a different campaign from federal parties in Atlantic Canada say two local experts

Expect a different campaign from federal parties in Atlantic Canada say two local experts

The campaign leading up to Canada's 43rd general election is underway
More than 30,000 customers still without power days after Dorian

More than 30,000 customers still without power days after Dorian

Nova Scotia Power's outage map indicated power would be restored by Thursday night for those still out in Halifax
Equipment stolen while visiting workers slept, says Nova Scotia Power

Equipment stolen while visiting workers slept, says Nova Scotia Power

Nova Scotia Power says it's beyond grateful crews from out-of-province have come to help recover from the impact of Dorian, and calls these thefts "really disappointing"
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