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Coxhead savors spotlight in Halifax

SCOTIABANK CENTRE: Andrew Coxhead must have felt like he was a rock star Nov. 24 leaving the Quebec Remparts dressing room. As the Fall River product carried his gear bag to the awaiting team bus...

RCMP satellite office needed in Fall River/Waverley: Streatch

FALL RIVER: The local councillor believes the growth and size of the Fall River/Waverley area requires its own Halifax District RCMP satellite office. Currently, police responding to calls in the Fall River region do so...

PHOTOS: Waverley remembers on Nov. 11

Girl Guides walk towards the cenotaph at the Waverley Legion to place a wreath on behlaf of a business during the Remembrance Day Service. (Healey photo) A wreath is placed at the Waverley Legion cenotaph...

Dalrymple recognized for service as councillor, to community

  A tribute dinner to recognize the dedication and council service of the past eight years was held on Nov. 19 for retiring HRM Councillor Barry Dalrymple. At the event, organized by Danielle Deveau and...

Sackville Rotary Club donates dictionaries to local schools

The Sackville Rotary Club paid a visit Friday morning, Nov. 18, to several local schools delivering new dictionaries for students in Grade 3. At Oldfield Consolidated School students Sam Irving and Lexie Cameron were...

Local family opens Junk Works franchise

FALL RIVER: Andrew Willison never imagined at 19-years-old he would be the general manager of any business, let alone his own. But that’s exactly what the Fall River man is doing. Willison is the main...

More than just a “picture book”

FALL RIVER: What started out to be a story book on the stories behind the many lighthouses in Nova Scotia quickly turned into a picture book on them. And author Allan Billard is just...

Passion for snowmobiling in their blood

WELLINGTON: The Crowell families passion for snow has paid off in a big way this year as they came away with three major awards from the Snowmobile Association of Nova Scotia (SANS) awards banquet. Jason,...

Spreading her happiness on missionary trip

FALL RIVER: Savanna MacLennan has a lot of happiness to spread—so the Fall River woman is going to do just that in Lithuania. MacLennan is leaving Dec. 3 for the 18-month missionary trip through the...

Rash of break-and-enters keep police busy

LAKEVIEW: Five break-and-enters into residences over a three-day span are keeping officers with Halifax District RCMP in Beaver Bank, the Windsor Junction area, and Musquodoboit Valley busy. The crimes and the approximate location to where...
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