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Four-legged school mate

FALL RIVER: Lockview High student Alexander Bures has a new loyal companion in his senior year. He comes in the form of a four-legged friend, who helps the Windsor Junction teen remain calm and...

“This is an ongoing problem that seems to have no solution.”

BEAVER BANK: Motorists travelling along Beaver Bank Road will have to make do with the rough crossing of the train tracks by Windgate Drive for a little while longer, much to the chagrin of...

UPDATE: Police speak to driver; determine misunderstanding

FALL RIVER: Police have spoken to the driver of a white cube van that approached a young Fall River girl on April 4, near her home on St. Andrews Drive in Fall River. Halifax District...

Two men arrested in slew of robberies

FALL RIVER: Two men have been arrested for a crime spree that spanned from Shubenacadie to Dartmouth and Sackville, before coming to an end in Fall River at the paws of an RCMP Police...

UPDATED: Missing man located

July 27, 2018, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia . . . The missing 60-year-old man who was reported missing July 25 from the Lower Sackville area has been located. The RCMP would like to thank the public for...

Motorcyclist dead after Waverley crash

WAVERLEY: A 42-year-old motorcyclist is dead following a collision between the motorcycle he was driving and a pickup truck shortly before 10 a.m. The man, from Hammonds Plains, died when his motorcycle collided with a...

Beaver Bank Station’s new owners appreciate community support

BEAVER BANK: For Christopher Davis, taking over the Beaver Bank Station almost a year ago along with co-owner Brad Farquhar, was the natural thing to do. Davis — who has been in the service industry...

Theft of vehicles, break-and-enters keep police on toes

DUTCH SETTLEMENT: Halifax District RCMP were kept busy during the past couple weeks with crimes in the Antrim, Dutch Settlement, Windsor Junction and Beaver Bank areas. According to RCMP/Halifax Regional Police Partner in Policing’s Crimemapping...

RCMP fine eight Fall River drivers for traffic offences

FALL RIVER: Eight motorists in Fall River were fined for the fun they were trying to have on Sunday night, May 27. Halifax District RCMP spokesman Cpl. Dal Hutchinson said in response to numerous driving complaints...

“Cancer is such a horrible thing.”

BEAVER BANK: Becca Schofield may have passed away earlier this year due to cancer, however the well-known girl still provides inspiration for a unique project being done by a young Lower Sackville woman, who...
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