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Small kids. Big hearts

FALL RIVER: They might be small, but children at Mrs. Robinson’s Children Centre Too in Fall River certainly know the spirit behind Christmas. The children have collected toys and other items from the community that...
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Fall River has lowest child poverty rate in N.S.

FALL RIVER: The community of Fall River has the lowest child poverty rate across Nova Scotia, says a report from a Halifax think tank. The Nova Scotia office for the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternative...

The Legacy Letters “like ripping a band-aid off an old wound,” says Landry

FALL RIVER: Sitting inside Good Day Cafe that is situated next to Lake Thomas in Fall River, Janice Landry speaks eloquently about the motivation behind her latest book, The Legacy Letters. Inside the book by...

Dragons declaw Panthers in high school girls basketball

FALL RIVER: From the game’s opening jump ball, the Lockview Dragons girls basketball team never looked back, enroute to a Metro High School Girls basketball home court victory over the Prince Andrew Panthers. Lockview took...

Snow blowers stolen in Fall River

FALL RIVER: The grinch has hit one Fall River business--to the tune of more than $28k in value of snow blowing equipment stolen. Halifax District RCMP say they are investigating a theft that occurred sometime...

PHOTOS: Rain stays away for Fall River Christmas Tree lighting

FALL RIVER: The rainy weather from the previous day cleared and allowed for a perfect night for the annual Fall River and Area Business Association (FRABA) Christmas Tree Lighting on Dec. 2. PHOTOS: Reporter Pat...

PHOTOS: Christmas on the Green held

WAVERLEY: There was crafts, music, dance performance, a tree lighting, caroling, and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus in Waverley on Dec. 2. PHOTOS: Waverley gets into the Christmas spirit The Waverley Community Association (WCA)...

PHOTOS: Breakfast with Santa a hit in Beaver Bank

BEAVER BANK: There was much excitement at the Beaver Bank Kinsac Community Centre on Dec. 2 as Santa and Mrs. Claus came to the small community. PHOTOS: Check-out Reporter Pat Healey's photos by clicking here As...

WE Day Atlantic leaves change-makers feeling inspired, excited

HALIFAX: Inspired. Excited. Eager. That’s how thousands of energetic and screaming students were left feeling as they headed home from the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax on Nov. 30 from WE Day Atlantic, which featured a...

All swimming together

FALL RIVER: A local artist’s pieces of work will leave a lasting legacy inside St. John’s United Church (SJUC) for years to come. Donna Hogan is the brains behind the fabric art banner with fish...
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