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Monday May 27th 2019 


Mainly cloudy, chance of showers & high 13


4 people in their early 20’s ended up in hospital on Saturday night after they lost control driving on the road to Peggys Cove. The car hit a utility pole in West Dover close to 9:30. Police are still investigating.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/four-sent-to-hospital-driver-loses-control-on-peggys-cove-road-1.5150594


A high-risk offender is back in custody after he left a halfway house in Dartmouth yesterday morning. 35 year old Joshua Turner left the Jamieson Community Correctional Centre on Morris Drive in Burnside before 9:00AM. Police found him in Dartmouth by 3:00PM.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/high-risk-offender-missing-from-dartmouth-halfway-house-1.5150426


A St. Mary’s University professor who’s originally from Cape Breton has won an international award for his short story about his pet rabbit. Alexander MacLeod is among 3 Canadian writers to win an O. Henry Prize. His story called “Lagomorph” will be published in an anthology along with the other prizewinning stories this fall.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/lagomorph-short-story-prize-macleod-1.5148822


HOT Sports
 
From the Men Cup final, 
 
Your Halifax Mooseheads lost to the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 4-2
 
In the Majors, 
 
Jays swept San Diego 10-1 
 
Boston Red Sox took Houston 4-1
 
NHL Playoffs will continue tonight between the Blues & Boston
NBA Playoffs will continue on Thursday when the Raptors take on the Warriors
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