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Residents relieved at Waverley development rejection

WAVERLEY: The rejection of a rezoning application for the Conrad quarry development is both “significant and positive” for the community and areas downstream of Lake Charles, says one of the people behind a concerned...

Encouraging more girls to umpire

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Ada Tuttle hopes winning the 2018 Women’s Active Youth Trendsetter award for umpiring with the LWF Minor Baseball Association will get more young girls thinking about becoming involved. The Windsor Junction youngster, who...

Just for fun

FALL RIVER: A group of girl basketball players from Nova Scotia, including one from Fall River, showed that anything is possible if you work hard. Ashleigh Marshall and seven other friends made up the Sting...

Off to the World LEGO Robotics Festival

FALL RIVER: Four youth from Fall River will get to put their robotic skills to the test against the best in the world later this month. VIDEO: Hippie Lego Lovers demonstration Dominic Sorhaindo, Mac Steele, Sam...

Driver found to be four times the legal limit

LOWER SACKVILLE: A quick thinking motorist is being praised by RCMP for getting a driver who was four-times the legal limit off the road. Cpl. Dal Hutchinson, spokesman with Halifax District RCMP, said the Lake...

Dragons rugby teams compete at Icebreaker

BURNSIDE: The Lockview High Dragons boys and girls rugby teams took part in the annual Icebreaker tournament, held April 14 at the Harbour East All-Weather Field in Burnside, near Dartmouth Crossing. PHOTOS: Lockview and HERH...

NWCC hears benefits of LWFRA grants

LOWER SACKVILLE: Halifax Regional Council’s intent to have North West Community Council (NWCC) oversee the approval of grants submitted to the LWF Ratepayers Association (LWFRA) for funding isn’t going quite as smoothly as they...

Special presentation

FALL RIVER: Neville Roberts of Fletchers Lake presented Diann Robertson with a special piece of work last month. There was a picture in Robertson’s hospital room in Edmonton that the Fall River woman really liked....

Team Ladouceur curls to Canadian U18 ch’ship

LOWER SACKVILLE: Nova Scotia’s Team Ladouceur, who curls out of Lakeshore Curling Club in Lower Sackville and Bridgewater, captured the Canadian U-18 women’s curling championship on April 14 in St. Andrews, N.B. Here they are...

Rebels have success on court

FALL RIVER: The Fall River Rebels brought home provincial hardware in several respective divisions. The U14 Division 4 girls captured the gold medal, while it was silver for the U14 Division 2 girls and silver...
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