Friday, October 19, 2018

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Recruiting volunteer firefighters

GRAND LAKE: Do you want to give back to your community, then becoming a volunteer firefighter with HRM Station 43 in Grand Lake/Oakfield and Station 42 in Wellington is a great way to do...

Police investigating Fletchers Lake-area vehicle thefts

FALL RIVER: Halifax District RCMP are investigating the more than six theft from vehicles in the Fall River/Grand Lake and Wellington areas. In a release on Sept. 28, Cpl. Dal Hutchinson, spokesman for the force,...

Fall River woman arrested following thefts

FALL RIVER: A 30-year-old woman from Fall River has been arrested after stolen credit cards were used at a local business. Laura Anne Crosby has been charged with two counts of Possession of Property obtained...

Windsor Junction fire sends woman to hospital

WINDSOR JUNCTION: A woman was taken to hospital following a house fire that shutdown Cobequid Road mid-morning on Oct. 1. At approximately 10:45 a.m., 24 firefighters from Station 41 (Waverley), Station 45 (Fall River); Tac...

Tractor trailer flip causes traffic logjam

MILLER LAKE: Traffic was rerouted this morning, Oct. 1, after a tractor trailer flipped inbound on Highway 118, near Fall River. The collision closed the road at the 118/102 highway split, meaning inbound traffic had...

Police seeking persons of interest in Waverley theft

WAVERLEY: Halifax District RCMP is seeking the public's assistance with identifying a person of interest after credit cards were stolen from a vehicle on Cobequid Rd. in Waverley during the night on September 13. The...

Woman dead after fatal crash in Bedford

BEDFORD: A passenger of a vehicle that left the road and crashed early this morning, Sept. 30, on Highway 102 near Bedford has died. Halifax District RCMP said they responded to the single-vehicle collision. Their...

MLA Horne takes part in PANS Take Your MLA To Work Day

FALL RIVER: Pharmacies across Nova Scotia welcomed their local MLA into their stores on Take Your MLA to Work Day, an annual event put on by the Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia (PANS). In Fall...

Family “blown away” by support since fire

FALL RIVER: The family whose Arthur Joseph Drive home burned to the ground on Tuesday morning, Sept. 25, is “blown away” at the response from the community in the days since the fire. Roberta Degaust...

Recognized for good deed

BEAVER BANK: At HRM Regional Council last month, Beaver Bank sisters Hayley and Mylee Pothier received framed certificates from HRM Mayor Mike Savage and Beaver Bank Councillor Lisa Blackburn. The two sisters sold doggie treat...
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