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Celebrating one year in business at The Turtleback

FALL RIVER: Time flies when one is busy. And that’s been the case for Turtleback Tap & Grill co-owners Jaro Schubert and Darren Scott. On March 3, the business on Highway 2—something that was much...

Glaze Report aimed at healing fractured education system: Churchill

ENFIELD: The Province of Nova Scotia is looking at healing a fractured education system by accepting all of the recommendations in the Glaze Report, including the axing of seven of the elected school boards...
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Safety issues leave residents fed up

BEAVER BANK: Residents of Sandy Lake Road in north Beaver Bank are fed up with having to risk their safety to go to work and get their children to school during the winter. Two of...
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VIDEO: PM Trudeau in Lower Sackville

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is greeted by many during a town hall in Lower Sackville. Video by Pat Healey.
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Parent thinks more at play than just a bus stop cancellation

FLETCHERS LAKE: A parent of a student at Holland Road School has had their afternoon bus stop cancelled, meaning their child will have to walk home. Amanda Castle says when she spoke with STOCK Bus...

Crosswalk frustration growing for Streatch

FALL RIVER: The local councillor is growing increasingly frustrated with delays from HRM staff and their review to see if a crosswalk at Fletcher Drive and Highway 2 in Fall River meets the criteria...
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HRM, businesses collaborate to reduce red tape

HRM: A plan of action on regulatory reform was presented Jan. 18 to HRM’s Community Planning and Economic Development Standing Committee. The plan was presented by Jordi Morgan, chair of Halifax’s Joint Project Advisory Panel...

Dictionaries donated to BBKES

BEAVER BANK: The Sackville and Area Rotary Club recently donated dictionaries to Grade 3 students at Beaver Bank-Kinsac Elementary School. It took place at the school. Accepting the dictionaries were three Grade 3 students and...

Information meeting held to discuss YAT

FALL RIVER: A group of youth in the Fall River will get to learn leadership skills as well as what it’s like to volunteer in the community with a re-freshened youth group. The Fall River...

Prevention key to reducing violence against women numbers

FALL RIVER: Halifax County, which includes the Musquodoboit Valley and Fall River areas, saw 386 reports of violence against women in 2015 according to data from Statistics Canada and released in a report by...
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