Kentville Newswire

Kentville Newswire

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  1. All Kentville police officers wearing body cameras in Nova Scotia firstRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | CBC News

    The RCMP have decided against body-worn cameras, as have Halifax Regional Police. But Kentville chief Julia Cecchetto said body cameras make sense for her force.

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  2. Nova Scotians continue to be affected by Lyme diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    ... with a tick-born allergy, making it impossible for her to eat red meat without having a violent reaction. Her Kentville allergist determined the culprit was a Texas Lone Star tick. Smith's friend has been diagnosed with the same thing. Texas Lone ...

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  3. Canning's Kendra Whitehead crowned Queen Annapolisa LXXXVIRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Chronicle Herald

    ... assidy Coombs (Coldbrook), Claudia Crocker (Municipality of Digby), Laura Pelton (Hantsport), Katherine Waterbury (Kentville), Riley Rowan (Kingston), Jenna Seaboyer (New Minas), Gates, and Kate Burgess (Windsor).

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  4. River stewardship group providing help for a healthier Cornwallis RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nova News Now

    ... and bacterial data from 10 sites all through the summer. We launched a monthly nature program out of the Kentville Ravine. Our year-long E. coli project was very successful. We are collaborating with five other groups in the Valley on several ...

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  5. N.L. reservist found guilty of sexually assaulting colleague in N.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Telegram

    ... upon her return to Camp Aldershot later that day and was advised to go to the Valley Regional Hospital in Kentville for a rape examination. Tony Wayne Squires, an army reservist from La Manche, was found guilty in Dartmouth provincial court recently ...

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  6. Aldershot Band reunites for Apple Blossom weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Chronicle Herald

    ... the Aldershot Alumni Clash Band is making its own statement each year as it winds its way through the streets of Kentville during the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival. No longer able to play an instrument, Jessome acts as its drum major in ...

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  7. What you need to know about the upcoming Highway 1 paving from Kentville to WolfvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Nova News Now

    The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal is advising motorists and residents that paving along Highway 1 between Kentville and Wolfville will take place at night beginning May 28. As part of the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal's weekly traffic advisories issued on May 25, it states that Highway 1 from the Kentville town line to the Wolfville town line will be reduced to one lane at night for paving.

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  8. Kentville Police Service asking for help from public to locate missing manRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nova News Now

    The Kentville Police Service is asking for help from the public to locate Richard Allen Fry, who was last heard from by phone on May 6. - Kentville Police Service Photo - Contributed KENTVILLE, NS - The Kentville Police Service is asking for help from the public to locate a missing 50-year-old man. Richard Allen Fry was last heard from by phone on May 6. He is described as a white man who is six-foot-four-inches in height with a thin build and reddish-grey balding hair.

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  9. Kings County resident shining a light on wheelchair accessibility issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 24 | Nova News Now

    Sharon McInnis of New Minas is advocating for greater accessibility throughout Nova Scotia after her wheelchair became stuck in a sidewalk along Main Street in Kentville in April. - Ashley Thompson KENTVILLE - Sharon McInnis isn't shy to discuss how a lack of wheelchair accessibility in public places makes her feel.

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  10. Former Bear River First Nation chief to facilitate basketry workshop...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 24 | Nova News Now

    Frank Meuse, former chief of Bear River First Nation, will be sharing the traditional Mi'kmaq skill of weaving baskets from white ash as part of a workshop at the Kings County Museum in Kentville on June 16. - Submitted KENTVILLE, NS - It's an event that will celebrate the contributions of the Mi'kmaq people through a partnership between Kentville's business and cultural communities. The Kentville Business Community and the Kings Historical Society will present a Mi'kmaq basket making workshop at the Kings County Museum in Kentville on June 16. Participants will learn to weave a six-inch basket without handles out of white ash.

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  11. Waterville resident forever grateful to doctor who saved her lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 24 | Nova News Now

    Kathy Hazel of Waterville is sure to send Dr. Benjamin Heisler, a vascular surgeon at Valley Regional Hospital in Kentville, a postcard whenever she travels. It's her way of letting him know that she firmly believes she wouldn't be here today if not for him.

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  12. Bring on the bandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 24 | The Chronicle Herald

    ... the Aldershot Alumni Clash Band is making its own statement each year as it winds its way through the streets of Kentville during the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival. No longer able to play an instrument, in addition to helping Farrell get ...

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  13. Jane Maillet making serious strides in Atlantic figure skating sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 20 | Nova News Now

    Jane Maillet, right, poses with friends and fellow figure skaters Brooke Pennington and Kate McGee, who performed together during the intermission of Stars on Ice in Halifax, where they met Canadian Olympian figure skater Scott Moir. - Sara Ericsson KENTVILLE Jane Maillet has one day she considers the best-yet so far in her figure skating career April 27, which was when she met Scott Moir and skated in front of 11,000 people.

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  14. Nova Scotia's forgotten boxing champRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | The Chronicle Herald

    ... Canadian Light Heavyweight Championship on May 12, 1950, when he scored a fifth round knockout at a fight held in Kentville. He then defended his national title with a 12-round decision on June 17. During the ensuing years, Tiger met every challenge ...

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  15. Kentville firefighters battle blaze at apartment buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 20 | Nova News Now

    Mutual aid has been called in from several departments including New Minas and Canning - as Kentville firefighters battle the blaze at the three-level building. The air is hazy as firefighters use axes to break through siding and windows to let smoke out to cool building off.

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  16. Tenants safe but pets not confirmed after fire rips through Kentville apartment buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 20 | Nova News Now

    All tenants escaped without injury before a Kentville apartment complex caught fire on Parkview Road around 10:18 a.m. May 22. - Sara Ericsson KENTVILLE All tenants exited a Kentville apartment building without injury after it caught fire this morning, but it's not yet confirmed whether all pets inside the units were saved. The Kentville Volunteer Fire Department responded to an apartment fire at 10:18 that was called in from the 12-unit apartment complex on Parkview Road in Kentville.

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  17. North Kentville sex, drug charges adjourned againRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 21 | The Chronicle Herald

    A North Kentville man awaiting trial on sex and drug charges had more of his cases adjourned last week because of the recent firing of his lawyer. Darrin Phillip Rouse appeared in Nova Scotia Supreme Court on Friday, where he asked for an adjournment of his sentencing on convictions of drug trafficking and trading drugs for sex.

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  18. Kentville clips Truro 10-5 in NSSBLRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 20 | The Chronicle Herald

    The Kentville Wildcats scored five runs in the seventh inning and another four in the ninth to earn a 10-5 victory over the host Truro Bearcats in Nova Scotia Senior Baseball League action Friday night at the TAAC Grounds. Matt Mingo had a double for Truro and John Chapman had two stolen bases, including a steal of home in the third inning.

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  19. Kentville Wildcats off to winning start to 2018 NSSBL season with victory in TruroRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2017 | Nova News Now

    Tyler Fancy of Kentville goes for a pitch during Friday night Nova Scotia Senior Baseball League action in Truro. The Wildcats scored a run in the first but relinquished the lead in the third when the Bearcats plated four runs.

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  20. Who started the festival?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 7 | Nova News Now

    When he was interviewed several years ago about his involvement with the first Apple Blossom Festival, former Kentville mayor Garth Calkin recalled difficulty organizing the Grand Street parade. "We had assembled early Saturday on the Sanatorium grounds and it was pandemonium at first," Calkin remembered.

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