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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.


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.


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.


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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