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Dan Black Belt recipients

FALL RIVER: Austin Theriault and Nadine Allen received their 1st Dan Black Belt certificates July 19 at Fall River Taekwon-Do. (Submitted photos)

Copley eager to let residents know the 411 on him

BEAVER BANK: Kevin Copley’s surge to being the Conservative candidate for the upcoming federal election in Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook is not exactly what the Beaver Bank father of three had planned.

New free digital newsletter coming from The Laker

FALL RIVER: Want to find out more about what’s going on in your community? The Laker’s digital newsletters will be generated from new content on our websites and will...

Community thanked for help in bringing Sandals the dog home

FALL RIVER: The look of relief on Ross and Teresa Smith’s face says all that needs to be said about the return of their beloved 10-month-old pet dog Sandals.

Fire crews assist in Oakfield Park water rescue

OAKFIELD: Fire crews responded Tuesday night July 16 to a report of a person in the water on Grand Lake, near Oakfield Park. Along with firefighters from Station...
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Couple question if Dairy Queen right fit for community

FALL RIVER: A Fall River couple is disappointed to hear that another fast food outlet will be calling the community home. Dairy Queen is set to begin construction at...
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VIDEO: Paramedic Ride comes through HRM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AM7Fmf23E60

Theft from vehicles heat up in Fall River

FALL RIVER: With the summer weather here, that also leads to an itch for thieves and those in the Fletchers Lake; Lantz, HRM; and Fall River felt their wrath in the past...

Browne’s dedication earns Navy coach of the year accolades

Reprinted with permission of Trident Military Newspaper HALIFAX: Chief Petty Officer Second Class (CPO2) (Retired) Bradley Browne has been honoured with the title of Royal Canadian Navy national “Coach...

Close calls has resident calling for action soon at crosswalk

FALL RIVER: After a pair of close calls at the crosswalk at Highway 2 and Coach Avenue (Schwarzwald Subdivision entrance), Jim Walsh is hopeful something will be done sooner rather than later.