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Passionate about dogs: Two young women reopen popular Fletchers Lake doggie daycare business

MAIN PHOTO: Olivia Dube (left) and Beth May are the co-owners of Roaming Rovers. The two Grade 12 LHS students formed a partnership to revive the business, which had closed in Sept. 2019. (Olivia...

Snow blowers stolen in Fall River

FALL RIVER: The grinch has hit one Fall River business--to the tune of more than $28k in value of snow blowing equipment stolen. Halifax District RCMP say they are investigating a theft that occurred sometime...

FEATURE: Seniors get exceptional care at The Adelaide in Waverley

WAVERLEY: The Adelaide Senior Care Home is where seniors from our communities receive exceptional care and peace of mind. At the Adelaide, located on 2512 Rocky Lake Drive in Waverley (across from the Post Office),...

Windsor Jct. woman earns RBC Women Entrepreneurship nomination

WINDSOR JUNCTION: A Windsor Junction entrepreneur with more than 30 years experience running her own business is among the recently announced RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneurship Awards nominees. Lindsay Clark, who has run and operated businesses...

Beekeeping store being built

MILLER LAKE: MSmith Contracting is in the process of building the new home to Country Fields Beekeeping next to the Metro 320 bus park and ride on Perrin Drive in Miller...

Dairy Queen opens in Fall River

FALL RIVER: It might have been a cold, late January day, but that didn’t stop the Alford family of Beaver Bank from being among the first through the doors at the new Dairy Queen...

ADVERTORIAL: Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank PC Candidate Brian Wong concerned for safety of Grand Lake

This is an advertorial from: OAKFIELD: The Rankin Liberals’ failure to communicate has the residents of Oakfield worried about the blue green algae bloom in Grand Lake, said PC candidate for Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank...
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Wendy’s Neverland closing up

WAVERLEY: After 10 years in business, Wendy’s Neverland Preschool in Waverley is closing its doors, with its owner citing the difficulty new regulations and terms that the Department of Education have introduced. Wendy James said...

COVID19: “We are all suffering because of this pandemic.”

Fall River Chiro sees all revenue lost in April due to COVID19 closure FALL RIVER: The shutdown of businesses because of COVID19 “blindsided and eliminated all the income” for one Fall River business. Fall River Chiropractic...

COVID19: Joyful Sounds owner worried about closure length

MAIN PHOTO: Louise MacDonald owner of Joyful Sounds Music Studio in Fall River teaches a lesson via Zoom to student Ada Tuttle. (Submitted photo) FALL RIVER: Yearning to hear the studio at Joyful Sounds in...
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