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Scoring big for Children’s Wish

BEAVER BANK: Teams from the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League (NSMBHL), including the Lantz-based champion All Credit Auto (ACA) Rangers, are putting smiles on the faces of some very deserving children this year. At...
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Road work continues in Beaver Bank

BEAVER BANK: Road work will continue next week in Beaver Bnak, say officials with HRM. HRM Spokesman Brendan Elliott, in a release on June 2, was advising residents and motorists that road construction will continue...

UPDATED: Person of interest in hit-and-run located

UPDATE FROM RCMP: Update -  Person of Interest in the  hit-and-run pedestrian collision located June 2, 2017, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia . . .  the RCMP investigation from earlier today of the hit-and-run pedestrian collision, the...

Raising money for Shave for the Brave

FALL RIVER: It would appear getting a free hair cut is a great way to raise money for a great cause. That was evident on May 28 at The Men’s Den in Fall River when...
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Free wellness program at Snow Centre

FALL RIVER: A free wellness program is set to be offered in the area by the Bedford/Sackville Community Health Team. The program will take place this Friday, June 2, at the Gordon R. Snow Community...

Election 17: Students excited to see their vote results

FLETCHERS LAKE: StudentVote helps learning the process behind voting and why it’s important. Students at Holland Road Elementary School are learning the democratic process. The students spoke about getting the opportunity to participate and what...

Math is no challenge for this young girl

FLETCHERS LAKE: Need a math question answered, just ask Maria Mihai she will likely know the answer without hesitation. Mihai, a Grade 4 student at Holland Road Elementary School in Fletchers Lake, has math and...
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Water cost break for non-profits being explored

FALL RIVER: Steve Streatch said he is looking into getting local non-profit community halls along the Fall River water project route a break on what they will have to pay. “During first reading for the...

Streatch reports progress on dock project

FALL RIVER: HRM Parks and Recreation have met with the local councillor to continue discussions on the proposed dock project to be constructed behind the Gordon R. Snow Community Centre. Steve Streatch said Margaret Soley...

Streatch feels HRM owning McDonald Sports Park best bet

WAVERLEY: The local councillor feels the best bet for long-term success of McDonald Sports Park is for HRM to take it over. Steve Streatch said the park is on provincially owned land, it is offering...