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Clarke ready to lead PC Party

FALL RIVER: Cecil Clarke believes his leadership qualities makes him ready to lead the Nova Scotia PC Party from day one. Clarke is one of the five candidates vying to take on the role of...
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CANNABIS: Overview of local rules as it comes to fruition

BEAVER BANK: As the federal legalization of cannabis looms closer, provinces across the country have been working to ensure proper rules are in place to protect citizens. Nova Scotia has passed its recreational cannabis legislation,...

Health & wellness expo a success

FALL RIVER: The health and wellness expo held Feb. 12 at the LWF Hall in Fall River raised $660 for the hall, which is owned and for the community. Presenting the money to Barry Dalrymple...

Pan Am championships coming to Lake Banook

LAKE BANOOK: Canoe Kayak Canada and the Atlantic Division CanoeKayak Canada announced that Lake Banook will host the 2018 Pan American Canoe Sprint Championships in September. “CKC is delighted to be hosting the 2018 Pan...

Glaze Report aimed at healing fractured education system: Churchill

ENFIELD: The Province of Nova Scotia is looking at healing a fractured education system by accepting all of the recommendations in the Glaze Report, including the axing of seven of the elected school boards...

Federal government support for Indigenous people “long overdue”

OTTAWA, ONT.: Support for Indigenous people by the federal government was “long overdue”, the Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook Liberal MP said. Darrell Samson was speaking about the investments in the federal Liberal party’s second budget, announced March 22...

Earns First Dan belt

FALL RIVER: Recently, Fall River’s Louisa Horne successfully tested for 1st Dan Black Belt at Fall River Taekwon-Do. This is the culmination of many hard years of work and dedication. Assisting the testing were Nancy...
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Road construction in Beaver Bank

BEAVER BANK: Motorists are being given a heads up of road construction along Beaver Bank Road on Friday May 12. Crews from HRM will be working between Windgate Drive and Danny Drive between 9 a.m....

Human remains found in Waverley identified

WAVERLEY: The human remains found by a hunter Saturday night Oct. 1 in Spider Lake in Waverley have been identified by Halifax District RCMP. Following an investigation by the Nova Scotia Medical Examiner's Office and...
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Charity street hockey tournament returns June 15

FALL RIVER: Teams are still being sought for the annual four -on-four fundraising street hockey tournament, held yearly at the cul-de-sac at Aberdeen Drive in St. Andrews Village. The...