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Environment Minister Rankin, MLA Horne join SWEPS for cleanup

FALL RIVER: The Shubenacadie Watershed Environmental Protection Society (SWEPS) held a clean up on July 31 of one of the brook's they recently restored. Joining them was the clean team from Clean Nova Scotia; Amy...
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Love for aviation leads two youth to Air Cadets

FALL RIVER: A passion for aviation has led two Fall River youth to join the Dartmouth Kiwanis Air Cadets—and they think more of their peers should join. Alexander Lies and Andrew MacKay, both in their...
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Let the water flow: Feds fund city water to Fall River

FALL RIVER: Water could be flowing down the Fall River Road and along Highway 2 in Fall River in the not too distant future. During a visit to Nova Scotia last month, Prime Minister Justin...
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Work on schedule for bridge replacement

FALL RIVER: Work to replace the Fall River bridge is on schedule, says HRM. Brendan Elliott, senior communications spokesman with HRM, said crews from Dexter Construction, the company that won the project’s bid, are currently...
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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...

A message of Olympic proportions

FALL RIVER: Students at Georges P. Vanier Junior High in Fall River received a message of Olympic proportions from a Halifax gymnast. Fresh off her historic silver medal placing in the all-around final at the...

Streatch ready to be District 1’s voice at City Hall

FALL RIVER: Steve Streatch knows he has a lot of work ahead of him. Just moments after his Oct. 15 HRM municipal election win was confirmed, the Elderbank resident acknowledged he has been given the...

Bidding adieu to Lockview High

FALL RIVER: When Lockview High in Fall River opened 18 years ago, Karen O’Reilly was among the first staff members through the doors—even before it officially opened. Now as O’Reilly said goodbye as the friendly...

MacKenzie nabs NS PC Youth presidency

FALL RIVER: A young Fall River man with political aspirations has been acclaimed as the new president of the N.S. Youth Progressive Conservatives. Daniel MacKenzie, a graduate of Lockview High School and who is heavily...

Exceeding expectations: Olivia Chute powerful on the water

FALL RIVER: Olivia Chute would water ski on Third Lake behind her family’s Fall River home year-round if she could. Chute, 12, started competed provincially in water skiing three years ago. In those three years,...
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