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Margeson seeking PC nod in Sackville-Beaver Bank

BEAVER BANK: A long-time community volunteer and businessman is throwing his name into the ring seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination for Sackville-Beaver Bank. Tom Margeson, the vice president of Lassonde Food Group, says he was...

Resident pushing for roundabout improvements

WAVERLEY: A resident would like to see improvements made to the Fall River Roundabout that would allow equal traffic flow from the Waverley side as it does from Fall River and Highway 102. Kevin Hayes...
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Dalrymple excited to return to “community life”

FALL RIVER: Forty four days. That’s how many days from Sept. 17 until Councillor Barry Dalrymple can remove the councillor part from in front of his name and return to just being a resident and...

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,...

Cole Howell excited to dive in Cuba

FALL RIVER: Cole Howell has come a long ways since trying out diving at the Canada Games Center as a sixth birthday present from his parents. Now 10-years-old, Howell has many accolades from the sport...

PHOTOS: Tea & Bake sale brings in the crowds

FALL RIVER: You couldn’t erase that smile off Barb Carr’s face as she helped place items purchased by consumers into bags during the Christmas Tea & Sale at St. Thomas Anglican Church in Fall...

UPDATED: Police investigating tips on indecent acts

FALL RIVER: Halifax District RCMP are continuing to followup on leads related to their investigation into two indecent acts in the Wellington and Fall River areas in late September. Cpl. Dal Hutchinson said police have...

Human remains found in Waverley identified

WAVERLEY: The human remains found by a hunter Saturday night Oct. 1 in Spider Lake in Waverley have been identified by Halifax District RCMP. Following an investigation by the Nova Scotia Medical Examiner's Office and...

PC Leader Baillie impressed with Fall River residents

FALL RIVER: The leader of the provincial Opposition Party is impressed with the number of residents who took the time to sign a petition asking Liberal MLA Bill Horne to vote no to his...
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Motorcycles, mopeds a no-no on pedestrian bridge

FALL RIVER: The pedestrian bridge at the site of the Fall River Bridge is for just that, pedestrians and no motorized vehicles such as motorcycles and mopeds. After receiving numerous reports during a two-day span...
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