Monday, October 14, 2019

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Museum to host Annie’s tea

WAVERLEY: It’s that time of the year again—time to make plans to head to the Waverley Heritage Museum for tea time. On Aug. 25, the museum will host...

Lower Sackville Sea Cadets recruiting new members

LOWER SACKVLLE: The 305 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Core is sailing right into their new season of meetings. They’re calling all youth who are 18-years-old to come join the...

Fall River’s Golden boys: Gravel, Cowan still on Cloud Nine

Baseball N.S. defeats Ontario to capture historic first-ever Canada Cup FALL RIVER: It was the strike heard across Canada, and especially loudly in Nova Scotia.

Cheema set to celebrate milestone

WAVERLEY: Plans are being finalized on what is expected to be a great weekend of celebrating 50 years of canoe and kayaking out of their Waverley-based club. Cheema will...

Fall River man charged with stunting

LOWER SACKVILLE: A 21-year-old Fall River man's need for speed has him in trouble with the law after being clocked going 164 kilometres/hour in a 100 km/h zone on Aug. 12.

Overnight Fletchers Lake fire determined to be accidental

FLETCHERS LAKE: An overnight fire at a residence in Fletchers Lake sent sirens sounding in the early morning air as crews responded. At 1:12 a.m. on Aug. 14, firefighters...

Best seat to view North America

Red Arrows tour began Aug. 7 with arrival at Halifax Stanfield HALIFAX STANFIELD: Royal Air Force Red Arrow Flight Lieutenant Gregor Ogston may have the best seat...
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UPDATED: Oakfield Beach reopens for swimming

OAKFIELD: The beach at Oakfield Park on Grand Lake has reopened Aug. 16 for swimming after a closure for much of the week due to high bacteria levels.

Kinsac man nabbed for stunting

LOWER SACKVILLE: A 23-year-old man from Kinsac, outside Beaver Bank,has been charged with stunting after being clocked going twice the posted speed limit on Highway 102 near Sackville on Aug. 11.

Father Duncan receives Scouting accolades

FALL RIVER: On Saturday June 8, Reverend Duncan MacMaster received Scouting’s Certificate for 55 years of service to the Movement. This was presented during a retirement party for...