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Vipers girls win, boys lose in soccer semi-final play

FALL RIVER: It was a day of mixed results for the Georges P. Vanier Junior High boys and girls soccer teams on Oct. 11. PHOTOS: Vipers battle AJ Smeltzer In semi-final play, the Viper boys travelled...

PHOTOS: Waverley remembers on Nov. 11

Girl Guides walk towards the cenotaph at the Waverley Legion to place a wreath on behlaf of a business during the Remembrance Day Service. (Healey photo) A wreath is placed at the Waverley Legion cenotaph...

Assaults keep police busy

FALL RIVER: Police are investigating four alleged assaults and three thefts from vehicle complaints between Dec. 11 and Dec. 18 in the Fall River, Goffs, and Waverley areas. On Dec. 11, police received a report...

Gaudry top winner at Lockview High Sports Awards

FALL RIVER: Abbi Gaudry came away as the big winner as Lockview High School handed out their 2017-2018 Athletic Awards on June 6 at the school in Fall River. The Grade 9 student picked up...

Phillips, Metro West Force claim Bantam AA girls crown

FALL RIVER: Goalie Lucy Phillips of Fall River has led her Metro West Force Bantam AA Blue girls hockey team to the provincial championship with a close 3-1 victory on March 25 in the...

CAO situation “very unfortunate”; reporters right to cover it

BEAVER BANK: The two councillors for the area have weighed in with what they could say about the ongoing situation revolving around the city’s CAO. Jacques Dube is facing a job review following scrutiny over...
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Local company partners with Habitat ReStore

FALL RIVER: Habitat ReStore in Dartmouth is joining forces with a Fall River, family-owned junk removal business. In a release on it’s facebook page, Habitat ReStore announced they were partnering with “one of the top...
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VIDEO: MLA Bill Horne on why he voted for Bill 75

Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank Liberal MLA Bill Horne explained to The Laker during an interview on Feb. 28 at his office in Fall River on why he voted in favour of Bill 75. The bill...
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Planning for Keloose’s 40th year begins

WINDSOR JUNCTION: The 40th anniversary of Keloose is shaping up to be an excitement filled weekend of fun. The first meeting of the Keloose Committee was held on Jan. 29 at the LWF Hall in...

Bullseye for Beaver Bank’s Alford

BEAVER BANK: When her mom was going through chemo last year for cancer, Emily Alford made a promise she would make sure she got to ride a red bus. And now, after her successful...
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