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Firefighters contain brush fire in Wellington

WELLINGTON: A brush fire on Kings Road in Wellington had fire crews from three stations and the Department of Natural Resources busy on Sept. 13. Gord West, Division Commander with Station 45 Fall River, said...

Johns seeking re-election in Beaver Bank

BEAVER BANK: The incumbent councillor for Middle/Upper Sackville-Lucasville-Beaver Bank officially threw his name into the ring on Sept. 6. Brad Johns announced on his facebook page that he would be indeed be seeking re-election for...
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Province supports city water for Fall River

FALL RIVER: Bringing city water down the Fall River Road inched closer to reality on Sept. 20 as the local MLA and the province announced provincial funding for the water project. Last month, Prime Minister...

Fall River Bridge work complete

FALL RIVER: The local councillor is impressed and happy with the timely work by Dexter Construction in completing the replacement of the Fall River bridge. “I think it just finished,” said Dalrymple on Sept. 17. Dalrymple...

Pharmacy on the move

FALL RIVER: With a growing clientele, owners of the Fall River Guardian pharmacy felt the need for a larger location was necessary, and as such the independently owned store is on the move around...

Standing Up Against Bullying

WAVERLEY: Students in Krista Ford’s Grade 5 class at Waverley Memorial School were sending a message that bullying is wrong on Stand Up Against Bullying Day on Sept. 15. Among those students who were learning...
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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...
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Road work underway in Fall River, Wellington

WELLINGTON: Councillor Barry Dalrymple said the road work that has been taking place in the area the past few weeks isn’t because there’s a municipal election coming, it’s simply because it was budgeted for...

Taking on a new journey

FALL RIVER: The old adage when one door closes, another opens rings true for Phonse Jessome. The Fall River resident, better known for his tenure as a TV journalist with CBC Nova Scotia, released his...

Concerns mount over Windgate development

BEAVER BANK: The developer of a contentious proposed 218-unit development on Windgate Drive in Beaver Bank was on the hot seat again during a community open house at the Beaver Bank-Kinsac Community Centre on...
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