Today, snow, rain, wind & 3.
Tonight, flurries, wind & 0.
Tmrw., clouds, small chance of flurries, wind & 3.
Sat., sun, cloud & 2.
A 20 year old Dartmouth man is being charged after being caught stunting on the circ.
RCMP say yesterday, just after midnight, it stopped a vehicle on Highway 111 for driving 185km/hr in an 80km/hr zone.
Police say his licence was suspended for 7 days.
The fine for stunting in Nova Scotia is $2,422.50
RCMP continue to investigate after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle in a crosswalk in Cole Harbour,
Police say Tuesday, just after 7AM, a pedestrian was in a marked crosswalk at the Arklow and Merrimac drives intersection when he was hit.
The 39 year old Cole Harbour man was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Tonight is the night the Tree for Boston celebrates its tree-lighting on the Boston Common.
Halifax Regional Municipality says it will broadcast to more than 200-thousand viewers on W-C-V-B, an A-B-C affiliate, and another 20-thousand watch it live on Boston Common.
Deputy Premier Karen Casey will be joined by Boston Mayor Martin Walsh.
Leading up to the ceremony, Casey on behalf of the Premier has partnered with Craft Alliance to lead a culture export mission.
The province says it will further explore international business opportunities and showcase Nova Scotian educational institutions.
The mission includes five craft producers, three craft sector association representatives, and key staff representing Nova Scotian based national historic sites, museum and cultural institutions are attending.
[8:18AM UPDATE] Halifax Regional Police have located 36 year old Ivy Tree.
Tree was last seen Sunday afternoon in the Clayton Park area, and was reported missing on Monday.
She’s described as white with shoulder length brown hair, brown eyes, about 5’9” tall and 160 lbs.
Police say there’s no information to suggest she’s been met with foul play, but her family and police are concerned for her well-being.
The Lunenburg County Christmas Tree Producers’ Association presented trees to government officials at Province House in Halifax.
It’s an annual tradition that happened yesterday.
The Lieutenant Governor donated his tree to veterans at the Camp Hill Veterans’ Memorial Building and the Premier donated his tree to the Home of the Guardian Angel – Chebucto Family Centre in Spryfield.
The Lands and Forestry Minister donated his tree to Adsum House and the Agriculture Minister donated his tree to Margaret’s House.
The President of the Lunenburg County Christmas Tree Producers’ Association, says this ceremony highlights the spirit of the season and the great cooperation between government and the Christmas tree industry.