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Quarry application still incomplete

FALL RIVER: The application for the proposed Fall River/Goffs quarry remains incomplete, a spokeswoman from Nova Scotia Environment (NSE) says. When asked by The Laker on July 8 for a status update on the quarry...

Junk Works up for two Halifax Chamber of Commerce awards

FALL RIVER: A business owned and operated by a Fall River family is a finalist for two Halifax Chamber of Commerce 2020 Business Awards. Junk Works Halifax is a...
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VIDEO: Links of Love warming hearts

Sarah MacDonald-Miles is warming hearts and those at the charities she supports through Links of Love and Share the Warmth.  

MLA Horne takes part in PANS Take Your MLA To Work Day

FALL RIVER: Pharmacies across Nova Scotia welcomed their local MLA into their stores on Take Your MLA to Work Day, an annual event put on by the Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia (PANS). In Fall...

Aerotec Engines reaping rewards of NSBI pilot project to U.S.

BEAVER BANK: An aeronautics business based out of Beaver Bank has just completed a year-long pilot project designed to help high-tech companies tap into Northeastern U.S. markets. Aerotec Engines, located on Windgate Drive in Beaver...

Fall River man opens Pillar To Post franchise

FALL RIVER: Scott Robertson knew he wanted to own his own business after leaving the military. That’s where Pillar To Post Home Inspectors came in. Robertson is a franchisee of the company, founded in 1994,...
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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...

Good Day Cafe a destination for locals

FALL RIVER: Sarah MacLennan saw a need for a local cafe, and the space was available in Fall River in the old Chef’s Jeff location. Seeing that everything was in place pretty much for her...
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Premier McNeil visits with FRABA members

With the noise of the Fall River Bridge construction filling the background, Premier Stephen McNeil met with Fall River Area Business Association (FRABA) members to discuss what is needed to improve small businesses in...

MP Samson confident gov’t hearing tax changes concerns

OTTAWA, Ont.: MP Darrell Samson feels confident the proposed tax changes for small businesses that are out in the public domain won’t be the final draft that MP’s will vote on. The Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook representative said...

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