Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Community

Champion shooter: ...

Beaver Bank native almost earned invite to two world tournaments in October through qualifiers BEAVER BANK: It would seem that Emily Alford’s mantra of eat, sleep,...

Olympian Furneaux brings message of support for students navigating emotions

MILFORD: Karen Furneaux gave Grade 6 students a message of always remembering to dig for your goal, just like she did in her parents back yard many moons ago.
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Road construction set for Hwy 2 in Wellington May 22, 23

WELLINGTON: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents and motorists road construction will take place beginning tomorrow and continuing until Thursday, May 23 on Highway 2 in Wellington between Collins Drive to...

Fire crews quickly extinguish Holland Rd. brush fire

FLETCHERS LAKE: A brush fire behind a pair of homes on Holland Road in Fletchers Lake on May 7 was quickly extinguished. About 10 firefighters from Station 45...

Season saved: season to resume with Rugby N.S. managing it

BEDFORD: The high school rugby season is back on for the remainder of the 2019 season, with Rugby Nova Scotia looking after it with the support of the NSSAF.
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Camp Courage fundraising car wash set for May 11

FALL RIVER: Just in time for the sunny summer that lays ahead, it’s time to get your vehicle all cleaned up to hit the road. Why not start...

Station 48 wins fire truck pull

LOWER SACKVILLE: Station 48 in Beaver Bank won the Fire Truck Pull for Muscular Dystrophy on May 5 at the Sackville Legion. They defeated Elmsdale Fire,...

Cause of garage fire in Beaver Bank undetermined

BEAVER BANK: Fire investigators have been unable to determine the cause of a large garage fire on Pine Brook Drive in Beaver Bank on April 19. Fire crews were...
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Be prepared when weather strikes

Emergency Preparedness Week held May 5-11 WAVERLEY: When bad weather strikes, it’s the provincials Emergency Management Office time to respond. But even before that, residents...

PHOTOS: Station 45 firefighters hone training skills

FALL RIVER: Volunteer firefighters from Station 45 in Fall River honed their extrication skills using Jaws of Life and cutters, plus other essential tools, during some firefighter training on...