Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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Fall River Chiro expands

FALL RIVER: Needing more space for their operations, Fall Chiropractic Clinic in the Fall River Plaza has made a move—but not far, just four doors down from its former location. The move was necessitated by...
Laker-editorial

OPINION: Slimy politics rears its head

It seems like the anti-Justin Trudeau crowd (namely federal Conservative supporters) are trying to make something out of nothing over allegations in a newspaper editorial from 18 years ago that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau...

Fed’l budget an “investment in Canadians,” Samson says

FALL RIVER: The federal budget is an “investment into Canadians” according to the local Liberal MP for Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook. When asked about a lack of spending in the budget for this year, Darrell Samson was quick...

Break and enter leaves owners upset for staff

BEAVER BANK: The owners of Beaver Bank Station are upset that their staff are going to be impacted after thieve(s) made off with the safe they had at the location. On their Facebook page, owners...

Q & A: Water to more areas, doctors, all weather field on Horne’s agenda

FALL RIVER: If voters in Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank give him the opportunity at a second term, Liberal Bill Horne has a long list of items he would like to address to help better the...

Elijah Boulton named Mx. Lockview 2017

FALL RIVER: It was a fun night for those who crammed into the Cafetorium at Lockview High, and for those who were brave enough to get up on stage at the traditional Mx. Lockview. Mx....

A message of Olympic proportions

FALL RIVER: Students at Georges P. Vanier Junior High in Fall River received a message of Olympic proportions from a Halifax gymnast. Fresh off her historic silver medal placing in the all-around final at the...
Laker-COMMUNITY

Dragon girls to play for metro rugby title

BURNSIDE: The Lockview High Dragons girls rugby team will battle the schools sports nemesis Citadel High for all the marbles on Saturday at Harbour East. Lockview, behind the four tries from offensive spark-plug Olivia Hill,...
Laker-COMMUNITY

Dealing with the stressors of life

FALL RIVER: Cathy Caswell might have just what the doctor ordered in dealing with the stressors of life, especially given the overwhelming and pressures surrounding the recent teachers spat with the government. Caswell, of Waverley,...

Hwy 2 businesses will benefit from city water: FRABA president

FALL RIVER: The president of the Fall River and Area Business Association (FRABA) believes bringing city water along Highway 2 will only benefit businesses, several who are members, on that stretch. Faye Coady was responding...
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