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Monday January 7th 2018 


Mainly sunny & high -8


3 people are facing multiple charges after a theft at Best Buy, followed by a police chase, on Saturday in Dartmouth. The suspects fled the scene in a vehicle that hit a parked car with no one it and another car with a mother & her two children in it, they suffered minor injuries. A 33 year old woman and 2 men, aged 29 & 38 were all found and arrested without incident.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/police-investigate-theft-1.4967500


2 Leon’s furniture stores in Nova Scotia closed last week without explanation. The stores in Coldbrook & Bridgewater were independently owned & operated. Leon’s says it will be serving all of its customers out of its Dartmouth location with the highest standard of service.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/leons-furniture-stores-close-in-bridgewater-coldbrook-1.4967756


Neptune Theatre is looking to make their shows more accesible. On Saturday several sign language interpreters signed the 80 page script of Cinderella for the audience, including all of the songs. Neptune Theatre says the ASL performance is just one part of an ongoing effort to make it a more inclusive space.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/neptune-theatre-accessible-show-cinderella-sign-language-1.4967405


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