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Honk 4 Hunger

FALL RIVER: A yearly event hosted by the Kids on God’s Adventure (KOGA) youth group at St. John’s United Church as part of their 30 Hour Famine raised more than $1,100 on May 12. Every...

Boy, girl facing charges after fleeing RCMP traffic stop

MIDDLE SACKVILLE: Two youth are facing several criminal offences after attempting to flee from police, striking a moving police vehicle, and narrowly missing another officer late on the evening of May 10. Halifax District RCMP...

Faulkner receives Commissioning Scroll

FALL RIVER: Meredith Faulkner of Fall River was honoured to receive her Commissioning Scroll on May 14 during a short ceremony. Faulkner is a member of the Halifax Rifles Army Cadets. The commissioning scroll is a...
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Portion of Fall River Road to be closed May 4

FALL RIVER: In a supper-time notice on May 3, HRM announced a portion of Fall River Road would be closed today, Friday May 4, for water project work. The road closure was requested by Halifax...

Creating new life for the Earth

WAVERLEY: Shelby Baxter wanted to do something different for Earth Day in 2018—and so she did her homework and did just that. Baxter, a third year Pathfinder with the 1st Canal Pathfinders, organized a tree...

Grand Lake student presented memorial scholarship

FALL RIVER: Volunteer firefighters with Station 45 Fall River presented Breeanna Johnson of Grand Lake with a $1,000 Ian MacLeod Memorial Scholarship before training on April 17. The scholarship is in memory of Ian...

Canoe to the Sea to start on Lake Thomas

FALL RIVER: Get your canoes and kayaks out of storage folks, Canoe to the Sea is coming to Fall River this June. The June 17 fundraiser, put on by the Shubenacadie Canal Commission, will participants...
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Residents relieved at Waverley development rejection

WAVERLEY: The rejection of a rezoning application for the Conrad quarry development is both “significant and positive” for the community and areas downstream of Lake Charles, says one of the people behind a concerned...

Off to the World LEGO Robotics Festival

FALL RIVER: Four youth from Fall River will get to put their robotic skills to the test against the best in the world later this month. VIDEO: Hippie Lego Lovers demonstration Dominic Sorhaindo, Mac Steele, Sam...

NWCC hears benefits of LWFRA grants

LOWER SACKVILLE: Halifax Regional Council’s intent to have North West Community Council (NWCC) oversee the approval of grants submitted to the LWF Ratepayers Association (LWFRA) for funding isn’t going quite as smoothly as they...
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