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Streatch setting record straight on rumours

FALL RIVER: He’s only been in the position for just over a month, but already Steve Streatch is feeling like all eyes are on him. That’s because rumours in the Fall River community have had...
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Christmas Eve Services at St. John’s United Church

Dec 24th Christmas Eve Services: Charlie Brown Christmas 4pm @ St. John's United Church Family Service of Celebration  6pm @ Wellington United Church Service of Music & Celebration  8pm @ St. John's United Church Quiet & Communion  11:15pm...
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Johns seeking Sackville-Beaver Bank PC nomination

BEAVER BANK: Community volunteer and former HRM Councillor, Brad Johns, is seeking the PC nomination in Sackville-Beaver Bank. Johns has deep roots in the Sackville-Beaver Bank community. He attended the Middle Sackville family of schools,...

Fall River man faces sex assault charges

DARTMOUTH: A 28-year-old Fall River man faces sexual assault charges following a an alleged Dec. 7 incident in Dartmouth. In a Dec. 8 press release, Halifax Regional Police (HRP) say at approximately 5:15 a.m. on...
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Lions Xmas Express seeking food donations

FALL RIVER: Before the Lions Christmas Parade on Dec. 4, organizers with the Lions Christmas Express food drive were more than worried they would not be able to meet the demand this year. However, after...

Better solutions than a ‘ditch tax’, councillors say

FALL RIVER: The two HRM councillors for the Lakes area both feel council made a mistake when they implemented what is better known as the ditch tax some 10 years ago. Steve Streatch, the representative...

Lola Ladies’ Group wishing all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

FALL RIVER: Lola Ladies’ group is extending a holiday greeting to everyone in the Fall River area. Started more than two years ago, the group began with one simple goal in mind: introduce ladies in...

Celebrating their accomplishments

SCOTIABANK CENTRE: For three Ash Lee Jefferson School students, WE Day Atlantic 2016 was much more than a celebration of their accomplishments from the past year—it was about learning how we’re all the same,...

Water project in Fall River green lighted

FALL RIVER: Extending the Halifax Water boundary to allow city water to flow down Fall River Road received unanimous support from HRM regional Council last month. Councillor Steve Streatch said he can remember when he...
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No cost-sharing for Monarch-Rivendale appears unfair

BEAVER BANK: While residents of Fall River have their water project funded federally and provincially, residents just up the road in Monarch-Rivendale in Beaver Bank look on after they had to fork out the...
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