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COLUMN: Mental health resilience and the COVID19 crisis

By: Marybeth Fleming I am an Occupational Therapist with over 25 years experience. As a private occupational therapist, I am not involved in the direct...

UPDATED: Proposed Ingram Drive development rejected

WINDSOR JUNCTION: The proposed mixed residential/commercial development for the end of Ingram Drive in Fall River Village has been nixed, as proposed. Councillor Steve Streatch confirmed the news in an interview late on the afternoon...
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“This is a great day for us.”

DARTMOUTH: The Shubenacadie Canal Commission (SCC) is reaping the rewards of having two levels of governments work together in a partnership for the greater good. At a press conference inside the Fairbanks Centre in Dartmouth...

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.  
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CANNABIS: Overview of local rules as it comes to fruition

BEAVER BANK: As the federal legalization of cannabis looms closer, provinces across the country have been working to ensure proper rules are in place to protect citizens. Nova Scotia has passed its recreational cannabis legislation,...

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,...

Big thanks for years of support

WINDSOR JUNCTION: On March 11, Grace and Sam Cameron of Windsor Junction, on behalf of the children that attend and use the Windsor Junction Community Centre (WJCC), and dad Jay presented a card of...

Getting your “sweat on” at 9Round

FALL RIVER: The newest business to the Fall River community will give you a unique fitness experience, despite the moniker that makes it seem like it’s all about kickboxing. 9 Round is more than just...

Hockey players around the globe continue skill development thanks to Fall River-developed program

FALL RIVER: A free off-ice hockey program developed in Fall River is keeping hockey players around the world skills sharp as they wait for the go ahead for their seasons to resume...
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Let the water flow: Feds fund city water to Fall River

FALL RIVER: Water could be flowing down the Fall River Road and along Highway 2 in Fall River in the not too distant future. During a visit to Nova Scotia last month, Prime Minister Justin...
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