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VIDEO: Santa pays a visit to Wellington

Santa Claus came to the Wellington/Fletchers Lake Station House to visit the 20-30 kids that were there at the Kids Christmas Party, which was held for the first time in about 10 years.

Water project road work to continue until Dec. 14

FALL RIVER: The construction tie-ups in Fall River will continue for at least another week. In a release on twitter, Halifax Water provided an update on the Fall River water project and what residents can...

Vanier Vipers capture first-ever girls volleyball bronze

FALL RIVER: It may not have been the colour the team was looking for as the season went on, but for coach Jennifer Weatherhead and her Georges P. Vanier Vipers girls basketball team a...

Tinsel wows Beaver Bank crowd

BEAVER BANK: A special talking Christmas tree has decided to take its show on the road, and that journey included a stop in Beaver Bank for two nights on Dec. 3-4. Tinsel the Talking Christmas...

Dragons hoop girls grab bronze

FALL RIVER: The Lockview High Dragons girls hoops team returned from the DNA Swag Greater Moncton Ladies high school basketball classic with a bronze medal. The Dragons went 3-0 in round-robin play, before falling in...

NSMBHL Barons makeup includes locals

FALL RIVER: The Sportsbridge Major Bantam Bedford Barons have several players from the Fall River/Waverley area on their roster. On Dec. 2, reporter Pat Healey covered their game against the Rangers in Lantz. It was...

Vipers win boys Mariner volleyball title

FALL RIVER: The Georges P. Vanier Vipers boys volleyball team grabbed the Mariner Zone boys volleyball banner, defeating Beaver Bank-based Harold T. Barrett Junior High for the title. Unfortunately, the Vipers fell in the Challenge...

Youth charged in knife attack back in court

FALL RIVER: A youth charged with a knife assault near Lockview High School in Fall River last month will be back in youth court on Dec. 6 in Halifax. The 15-year-old, who cannot be identified...

Water project hits completion date

FALL RIVER: The end has arrived for the $12 million Fall River water project. In tweets on the morning of Nov. 30, Councillor Steve Streatch gave a brief update on the project as completion day...
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