Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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Crosswalk flags installed in community of Waverley

WAVERLEY: Three sections of Rocky Lake Drive in Waverley had crosswalk flags installed last month in partnership between Norm Collins of Crosswalk Safety and local community groups. The flags were installed on March 3 at...
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Scotian Materials seeking EIA to expand quarry site

MILLER LAKE WEST: Scotian Materials will be seeking an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for its Goffs quarry, near Miller Lake West, the company confirmed to The Laker on March 23. Company President Rob MacPherson said...

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...

Littering, damage may force closure of Lock access on Kings Rd.

WELLINGTON: The Shubenacadie Canal Commission (SCC) is considering blocking access to the lock off Kings Road in Wellington if the overbundent littering and tearing up of the ground doesn’t stop. Doug Conrad, General Manager of...

Hines a Team Myles ambassador for Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon

FLETCHERS LAKE: Nola Hines is looking to do her best this May as she tackles the 10 kilometre portion of the Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon through Halifax and Dartmouth. Hines is an ambassador with Team...

Elderbank man caught going 192 km/h in Waverley school zone

WAVERLEY: A 20-year-old man from Elderbank is facing a slew of charges, including dangerous driving and fleeing police, after being spotted travelling at 192 kilometres per hour in a school zone on Rocky Lake...

Police investigating attempted robbery near First Lake trails

LOWER SACKVILLE: Hallifax District RCMP is investigating an attempted robbery on a walking trail in Lower Sackville. At 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 21, a 25-year-old man was walking the trails around First Lake in...

Having fun at Roots and Boots Forest School

WINDSOR JUNCTION: On March Break, most kids were taking a break from learning and spending it locally with their families or going on a trip down south. For those taking part in the Roots for...
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Water project funding at council

FALL RIVER: A motion coming forward to HRM regional council on Tuesday March 20 will deal with the completion of the Fall River water project along Highway 2 to the 102 overpass, despite the...

Firefighters save Fall River house

FALL RIVER: A family of five and their pets are safe and okay following an early morning fire that destroyed the garage attached to their Fall River home on March 17. The home on Beech...
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