Tuesday, April 23, 2019

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Earns First Dan belt

FALL RIVER: Recently, Fall River’s Louisa Horne successfully tested for 1st Dan Black Belt at Fall River Taekwon-Do. This is the culmination of many hard years of work and dedication. Assisting the testing were Nancy...

Jones brings Grey Cup to Fall River

FALL RIVER: The Grey Cup had many people at the Gordon R. Snow Centre in Fall River mesmerized on Feb. 24. PHOTOS: The Grey Cup's visit in pictures VIDEO: Brian Jones says thanks to the community Brian...

Scotia Soccer, Sackville joining forces

FALL RIVER: Two area soccer clubs, Scotia Soccer and Sackville United Soccer, have reunited to form one club under a new name. The two clubs were together as Scotia Olympics Soccer Club but went their...

Assault complaints keep police busy

BEAVER BANK: Three assault complaints were among the local incidents reported from Feb. 19-24 to police and reported on the HRM Crimemapping web tool. Police are investigating a theft from vehicle on Pratt & Whitney...

Ferguson named to ACAA All-Conference first team

FREDERICTON, N.B.: A Lockview High alum was among the plethora of Holland College Hurricanes to storm away with the awards at the ACAA Volleyball championships awards banquet on Friday night, Feb. 23 in Fredericton,...
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Vegetorium Easter Egg Hunt moves location

FALL RIVER: A unique Easter Egg Hunt returns this March—but at a new location. The annual Vegetorium Country Farm Market Easter Egg Hunt is set for Easter Weekend, March 31, at the trails behind the...

MacKenzie nabs NS PC Youth presidency

FALL RIVER: A young Fall River man with political aspirations has been acclaimed as the new president of the N.S. Youth Progressive Conservatives. Daniel MacKenzie, a graduate of Lockview High School and who is heavily...
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Fall River Breakaway program still going strong

FALL RIVER: This past October the Breakaway Program that meets Monday mornings at the Open Gate in Fall River reached a milestone – its 10th anniversary. It comes as a bit of a surprise to...

Impaired driving stats show consistency

FALL RIVER: The number of drivers charged by Halifax District RCMP with impaired driving in the Fall River and Beaver Bank area has remained consistent over the past five years, statistics obtained by The...

Beaver Bank Station’s new owners appreciate community support

BEAVER BANK: For Christopher Davis, taking over the Beaver Bank Station almost a year ago along with co-owner Brad Farquhar, was the natural thing to do. Davis — who has been in the service industry...