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David MacLennan won his fifth Blue Nose Marathon on Sunday on a day filled with accomplishments big and small for thousands of runners.
A Port Hastings, N.S., man was killed after the motorcycle he was driving collided with a pickup truck at about 12:30 a.m. Sunday on Highway 104 in Pictou County, N.S.
Electricity and water to the 80-unit building on Primrose Street were disconnected for safety reasons and it's unclear when they will be turned back on.
A performance by circus artists at the Maritime Tattoo Festival this weekend in Halifax tells an emotional story about endurance, loss and hope.
Learning a new skill and reviving an old tradition has earned some national recognition for a group of community college students and young, single mothers in Dartmouth.
The Victoria Day long weekend signifies the beginning of summer for many and it also means some services won't be available or there will be reduced hours.
A rugby event in Enfield, N.S., celebrated the game, saw the launch of a new league and paid tribute to a player who recently died.
A council of four health-care unions says its members have overwhelmingly voted to ratify an agreement with the Nova Scotia Health Authority and IWK Health Centre.
A fire at a north-end Dartmouth, N.S., apartment complex Saturday morning has displaced about 150 people and left one person dead.
A monument for victims of the Acadian Expulsion remains in storage nearly a year after it was removed from the Halifax waterfront.
Halifax's first education-oriented sex shop and bookstore started as a space to find information about sexual health and sexuality in a city that wouldn't permit new adult-only stores.
The desire to bring together like-minded individuals who share a love of filmmaking has resulted in a new collective called Film Cape Breton.
The London Lightning won their fourth National Basketball League of Canada title in seven years with a 109-101 victory over the Halifax Hurricanes on Friday.
Parks Canada is banning all outside firewood inside Kejimkujik National Park and Historic Site, hoping to stop the rapid spread of a new invasive species that could destroy the park's centuries-old hemlock trees.
It started with a dramatic call to Halifax police at 4:30 a.m. Friday that a woman had been kidnapped and a ransom demand was made for her return.
Nova Scotia SPCA is seeking donations and volunteers to operate its new thrift store on Welton Street in Sydney.
Ethics commissioner Mario Dion has launched an investigation of Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc's decision to award a lucrative licence for the Arctic surf clam fishery to a group that has both familial and federal Liberal ties, reversing a decision he made earlier this month to pass on such a probe, CBC News has learned.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has confirmed the presence of the highly destructive invasive emerald ash borer in Edmundston — a first for Atlantic Canada.