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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...

Transit plan to get “sober second look”

FALL RIVER: The ‘Moving Forward Together’ plan is going to have a much needed “sober second look” the local councillor for Waverley-Fall River-Musquodoboit Valley said. As part of the initial recommendation from HRM staff is...
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Keloose events moved to Sunday

WINDSOR JUNCTION:  With soggy weather forecasted for Aug. 19, the Keloose Committee has made the decision to postpone Family Fun Day activities scheduled for Saturday. Instead, chairman Nick Yeomans says, activities scheduled for Saturday for...

District 14 votes for change, elects Blackburn

BEAVER BANK: Lisa Blackburn has passed the job interview to be the councillor for District 14. Now it’s time for her to get to work. The former CBC web reporter and radio host narrowly defeated...

Speaking up about PTSD

FALL RIVER: It took Phonse Jessome getting a formal diagnosis of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in 2007 for him to take it seriously. “I was told I could never work as a reporter again,”...
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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...

New dental office to include family restaurant/pub

FALL RIVER: The new dentist building being constructed on Highway 2 across from RaceTrac Gas/Burgess Service Centre in Fall River will include a much rumoured family restaurant/pub. Dr. Barbara Scott said she and colleague Dr....

Kinsac man facing drug charges

KINSAC: A 25-year-old Kinsac man has been charged with a number of drug offences following a traffic stop in connection to numerous robberies and thefts on Oct. 30 in Halifax. In a press release, Halifax...

Councillors Corner with Lisa Blackburn

Slow down signs available BEAVER BANK: The local councillor has signs aimed at slowing down the motoring public. Lisa Blackburn, the representative for District 14 Upper/Middle Sackville-Lucasville-Beaver Bank, said she has “Slow Down” signs available to...
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Road construction set for Windsor Jct. Road

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Heads up motorists in the Windsor Junction area, HRM says there will be road construction tying up traffic Wednesday until Friday. HRM spokesman Nick Ritcey said that work will take place tomorrow until...
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