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Cheema athletes grab plethora of hardware

WAVERLEY: It was a golden haul for athletes from Cheema representing the country and province at the second event of the Canada Cup, held July 7-9 in Shawinigan, Que. Winning gold with Team Canada as...

Transit plan to get “sober second look”

FALL RIVER: The ‘Moving Forward Together’ plan is going to have a much needed “sober second look” the local councillor for Waverley-Fall River-Musquodoboit Valley said. As part of the initial recommendation from HRM staff is...

Election 17: McNeil, Horne tour Marid Industries

WINDSOR JUNCTION: One of the leading manufacturers of custom steel structures had a visit from the Premier of Nova Scotia on May 15. Premier Stephen McNeil, in the midst of a 30-day campaign leading to...
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Recount confirms Horne’s election win

FALL RIVER: A recount of the votes cast during the May 30 provincial election has determined the outcome stays the same in Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank. On election night, Liberal incumbent Bill Horne was declared the...

Engaging the younger generation to vote

BEAVER BANK: They say first impressions go a long way. If that’s the case, the three council candidates in HRM District 14 Middle/Upper Sackville, Lucasville and Beaver Bank—Kevin Copley, incumbent Brad Johns, and Lisa Blackburn—were...

Warm welcome for the Baroud’s

HALIFAX STANFIELD: It was such a simple gesture, but it said everything that needed to be said. Surrounded by many after their arrival at Halifax Stanfield International Airport (HSIA) on Feb. 15, little Leen Baroud...
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Three Quarry appeals quashed by province

MILLER LAKE WEST: The three appeals lodged against the province’s decision to give industrial approval to Scotian Materials for a quarry in the Miller Lake West area in June have been rejected. In a press...
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Concerns from teachers a “rude awakening” for school board rep

WELLINGTON: The Halifax Regional School Board (HRSB) representative for the Fall River area told those at an Education Town Hall that what she was hearing from teachers was a “rude awakening” for her. Bridget Ann...

Man charged with drug-impaired driving-twice in six week span

LOWER SACKVILLE: A 26-year-old man from Lower Sackville has been picked twice in a six week span for the same thing--drug-impaired driving. In a Halifax District RCMP press release, Const. Chad Morrison, RCMP Traffic Services,...

Canada Games Countdown: Scott Firth

Name: Scott Firth Age: 16 Sport: Men’s Soccer Community: Windsor Junction
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