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Fall River man opens Pillar To Post franchise

FALL RIVER: Scott Robertson knew he wanted to own his own business after leaving the military. That’s where Pillar To Post Home Inspectors came in. Robertson is a franchisee of the company, founded in 1994,...

Fall River Chiro expands

FALL RIVER: Needing more space for their operations, Fall Chiropractic Clinic in the Fall River Plaza has made a move—but not far, just four doors down from its former location. The move was necessitated by...

Good Day Cafe a destination for locals

FALL RIVER: Sarah MacLennan saw a need for a local cafe, and the space was available in Fall River in the old Chef’s Jeff location. Seeing that everything was in place pretty much for her...
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Watermain repair to slow Beaver Bank traffic

BEAVER BANK: Motorists are being asked to give themselves extra time on Monday June 12, along Beaver Bank Road as watermain repair will be taking place. In a release on June 9, Halifax Water spokesman...

ADVERTORIAL: High end cosmetic line comes to Fall River

FALL RIVER: A taste of high end New York City and the world has come to little ole Fall River. Clinique, a high-end line of skincare, cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances that are usually sold in...

Learning how to operate a business

FALL RIVER: Students at Lockview High in Fall River are getting some hands-on experience in what it’s like to run a business. About 25 students participate in the schools Junior Achievement club, and they have...
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Burgess awarded ATA Award

FALL RIVER: A Fall River post-secondary student has been awarded the Automotive Trades Association (ATA) annual scholarship. Matthew Burgess, the son of Gerald Burgess who owns and operates RaceTrac Gas station/NDM Burgess Service Centre on...

Ready to serve the community

FALL RIVER: Residents in Fall River have been clamouring for some time for a restaurant/pub for their community. Now, with The Turtleback Tap & Grill scheduled to officially open on March 2, they have...

“Shovels in the ground” shortly for water project

FALL RIVER: Councillor Steve Streatch is expecting shovels in the ground very soon for the start of construction on the Fall River water project. The HRM representative said at recent council meeting, unanimous support was...

Selling jam for Dakota

WELLINGTON: The generosity of local businesses is helping a Wellington woman in her fundraising efforts for her service dog. Anna-Marie Carr is making homemade jams and placing them on the counter inside the Wellington Bakery...
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