Tuesday, October 23, 2018

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Beach access project gaining traction

FALL RIVER: Getting waterfront access for residents of Fall River is a project the local councillor has top of his agenda for this coming summer. Councillor Steve Streatch said the waterfront access will be gained...

Dragons football holding Chase the Ace

FALL RIVER: A dream that Ian Avery and the Fall River Dragons football association have had for several years is closer to becoming a reality, and now they’re on the goal line looking for...

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...

Water project’s scope, costs unveiled

FALL RIVER: The water study looking at the costing to bring city water down Fall River Road and all the way to just past Inn on the Lake on Highway 2 indicates it’s doable...
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Planning for Keloose’s 40th year begins

WINDSOR JUNCTION: The 40th anniversary of Keloose is shaping up to be an excitement filled weekend of fun. The first meeting of the Keloose Committee was held on Jan. 29 at the LWF Hall in...

Teachers need continued support of parents

FALL RIVER: A teacher in Fall River believes the third time won’t be the charm when he and his colleagues vote on a tentative agreement their union reached with the provincial government on Feb....

Haworth named Athlete of the Week

WAVERLEY: A volleyball player from Waverley has been selected as the G2 Athlete of the Week for Dalhousie University for the week ending Feb. 5. Tori Haworth, a medical science student at Dalhousie, helped the...
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Fall River Syrian refugee family begins journey Feb. 14

FALL RIVER: Valentines Day won’t ever be as sweet as it will be this year for a group in Fall River who have been waiting in angst for the news they just received. In an...

UPDATE: Lower Sackville youth found

LOWER SACKVILLE: Halifax District RCMP have located a missing 14-year-old girl. Emma Hutt, who was reported missing earlier today from Lower Sackville, has been located safe and sound. The RCMP would like to thank the public...
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LWFRA welcomes audit request

FALL RIVER: The treasurer for the LWF Ratepayers Association (LWFRA) welcomes a request by the local councillor for an audit by HRM on where the surplus money they collect goes. Barry Dalrymple was responding to...
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