Monday, September 24, 2018

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Two men dead, third seriously injured after Lower Sackville crash

LOWER SACKVILLE: Two men in their forties are dead and a third man was taken to hospital with serious injuries following a two vehicle collision shortly after midnight in Lower Sackville on Oct. 3. Cpl....

Homeowner helps police quickly nab theft suspect

BEAVER BANK: RCMP are crediting the quick action of a Beaver Bank resident for the arrest of a thief in the community. In a release, Halifax District RCMP say the resident, and quick response from...

Francis notches first QMJHL goal

SYDNEY: Ryan Francis won't forget how he scored his first career QMJHL goal. The Beaver Bank product opened the scoring for his Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in the team's home opener for the QMJHL season...

In the ring with Sierra & Alyssa

LOWER SACKVILLE: Watching Alyssa Rouleau and Sierra Eshouzadeh train and then spar with other members of Citadel Amateur Boxing Club you quickly can see why they are Ringside World Champions. VIDEO: Pat takes on...

COLUMN: O’Leary – the little town that could

Last week, I took a mini-vacation to PEI. There was a reason why I would go to the Island after summer has ended and just a few days into the fall season. It was...

Educating through entrepreneurship

WAVERLEY: Three young girls are getting a savoury taste of what owning and operating their own business is like. Sophie Wells of Waverley; Lauren Fulton of Waverley; and Taylor Montgomery of Windsor Junction, all students...

Selling jam for Dakota

WELLINGTON: The generosity of local businesses is helping a Wellington woman in her fundraising efforts for her service dog. Anna-Marie Carr is making homemade jams and placing them on the counter inside the Wellington Bakery...

GIRLS SOCCER: Vipers take two from Bulldogs

BEAVER BANK: The Georges P. Vanier Vipers boys and girls soccer team faced District 1 rival Harold T. Barrett Bulldogs in junior high soccer action on Sept. 27 at the Beaver Bank school. PHOTOS: the...

Resident pushing for roundabout improvements

WAVERLEY: A resident would like to see improvements made to the Fall River Roundabout that would allow equal traffic flow from the Waverley side as it does from Fall River and Highway 102. Kevin Hayes...

MP Samson confident gov’t hearing tax changes concerns

OTTAWA, Ont.: MP Darrell Samson feels confident the proposed tax changes for small businesses that are out in the public domain won’t be the final draft that MP’s will vote on. The Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook representative said...
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