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Local news for Halifax Regional Municipality, NS continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

3 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

Searchers locate lost hiker in Lake Echo area

A hiker lost in the woods in Lake Echo was located north of Lewis Lake following a search that lasted several hours Sunday night.

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7 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

Shots fired at vehicle in Spryfield

Police in Halifax are investigating after a number of shots were fired at a vehicle in the 0-40 block of Hartlen Avenue in Spryfield on Sunday night.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Nova News Now

Halifax Police identify victim of fatal stabbing in Dartmouth

Pellerin, 28, was last seen in north end Dartmouth at approximately 7 p.m. Aug. 29. He was riding a mountain bike and wearing a black helmet.

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GlobalNews

Man killed in Dartmouth N.S. stabbing

Halifax Regional Police had a large area of Windmill Road in North End Dartmouth taped off around the parking lot of Farrel Hall, after a disturbance between three men turned violent at around 10:30 p.m. on Friday.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

For Billerica-based special-ed collaborative, mission accomplished

In Chris Scott's Billerica office hangs the damning 100-page report penned by state Auditor Suzanne Bump detailing the rampant cronyism that had consumed the Merrimack Education Center and allegedly siphoned away $11.5 million from the Merrimack Special Education Collaborative three years ago.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

GlobalNews

Man killed in Dartmouth N.S. stabbing

Halifax Regional Police had a large area of Windmill Road in North End Dartmouth taped off around the parking lot of Farrel Hall, after a disturbance between three men turned violent at around 10:30 p.m. on Friday.

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The Chronicle Herald

Atlantic Fringe Festival: High marks for My Funeral: the dry run

Jane Kansas takes it one hilarious step further in staging her own funeral with how-to instructions she dryly delivers to her audience whom she charges as her "deputies" in the event of her death.

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The Chronicle Herald

Dealing With DEBT

Victoria Gray sits outside her parents' home in Hubley on Thursday. She moved back home to help better manage her student debt after graduating from Acadia University this year with a B.Sc.

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The Chronicle Herald

Man killed after being stabbed in fight in Dartmouth

At 10:34 p.m.. police were called to the parking lot of 276 Windmill Road where a witness reported three men fighting.

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The Chronicle Herald

Convicted murderer to serve 11 years before parole eligibility

Rose Marie Tremblay exits court Friday, August 29, 2014 during a break in Aidan David Cromwell's sentencing for the stabbing murder of her son, Marc Bernard Tremblay.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

The Globe and Mail

Paul St. Pierre: The chronicler of a wild, Western life

Prolific writer Paul St. Pierre wrote daily newspaper columns for many years, while also producing novels, short stories and juvenile fiction, as well as scripts for stage and television.

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GlobalNews

Tuesday September 2nd on The Morning News

Big news for organic farming as the federal government has kicked in $8 million to the Dalhousie Agricultural campus to boost research.

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CBC News

What's open and closed in Halifax Labour Day 2014

With the Labour Day long weekend upon us, here's a list of what's open and what's not across the Halifax region on Monday.

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The Newtown Bee

Snapshot: Robbie DuBroff

Occupation: I grew up in San Diego and graduated from Berkeley with a degree in social work, and attended school at the University of Texas and University of Louisiana.

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The Chronicle Herald

Jason MacCullough murder remains unsolved

Fifteen years after Jason MacCullough was murdered in north-end Dartmouth, major crime investigators in Halifax are still searching for witnesses and suspects.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Boston.com

Forecasters warn of heavy surf, rip currents in region

But on land the weather will be nice, with sunny skies and cooler temperatures starting today and lasting through Saturday.

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WDSU-TV New Orleans

Increasing Rain

High pressure to the east and an cold front to the west, and the Gulf is open for tropical moisture to move our way.

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Brandon Sun

Halifax chef Andrew Farrell wins mac and cheese contest using N.S. product

It was Nova Scotia all the way in a macaroni and cheese showdown, with the recipe creator and the cheese he used hailing from the Atlantic province.

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The Chronicle Herald

Cape Breton senior's trial on sex charges set for October 2015

A Cape Breton senior will stand trial in Halifax in the fall of 2015 on historical sex charges involving a girl.

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The Chronicle Herald

Couple charged with Saunders' murder appear in Supreme Court

Victoria Henneberry and Blake Leggette, charged with first-degree murder in the February death of university student Loretta Saunders, made their first appearance in Nova Scotia Supreme Court on Thursday.

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