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Teen suffers injuries from Windsor Junction crash

WINDSOR JUNCTION: An 18-year-old Fall River area man suffered minor injuries following an early morning crash in Windsor Junction on Oct. 9. Cpl. Dal Hutchinson said the single-vehicle collision occurred at 7:36 a.m. on Winley...

Garden Club showcases Jamieson Park

FALL RIVER: Jamieson Park, the gem maintained by the volunteers with the Fall River Garden Club, was on full display for the community to see on Oct. 6. At the event, those attending had an...

Tractor trailer flip causes traffic logjam

MILLER LAKE: Traffic was rerouted this morning, Oct. 1, after a tractor trailer flipped inbound on Highway 118, near Fall River. The collision closed the road at the 118/102 highway split, meaning inbound traffic had...

MLA Horne takes part in PANS Take Your MLA To Work Day

FALL RIVER: Pharmacies across Nova Scotia welcomed their local MLA into their stores on Take Your MLA to Work Day, an annual event put on by the Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia (PANS). In Fall...

Recognized for good deed

BEAVER BANK: At HRM Regional Council last month, Beaver Bank sisters Hayley and Mylee Pothier received framed certificates from HRM Mayor Mike Savage and Beaver Bank Councillor Lisa Blackburn. The two sisters sold doggie treat...

Breakfast program supported at BBKS

BEAVER BANK: The Knights of Columbus presented a cheque to the staff at Beaver Bank-Kinsac Elementary School last month for the school’s Breakfast Program. Besides the Knights, the Beaver Bank-Kinsac Lions Club also supported the...

Taekwondo medalists

WELLINGTON: Emma Bennett (left) and Brett Skinner returned home from the Canada Open Taekwondo championships in Western Canada with a pair of medals. Skinner brought home silver, while Bennett grabbed the bronze medal. Both athletes...

VIDEO: Links of Love warming hearts

Sarah MacDonald-Miles is warming hearts and those at the charities she supports through Links of Love and Share the Warmth.  

VIDEO: Construction at traffic lights in Fall River

FALL RIVER: Construction crews are seen digging at the intersection of Fall River Road and Hwy 2.

“Brody’s Bill” introduced at N.S. Legislature

WAVERLEY: It’s taken many years of advocacy, but for Shelley Clee and Paul Boudreau it has been worth all the pushback to get the supports for their son Brody. The Waverley couple have seen the...
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