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FALL RIVER: Residents in Fall River have been clamouring for some time for a restaurant/pub for their community. Now, with The Turtleback Tap & Grill scheduled to officially open on March 2, they have...

Fall River Guardian turns 10

FALL RIVER: Time flies when you’re having fun, and that’s exactly what the three pharmacists/owners of Fall River Guardian are doing. Back on Jan. 12, 2009, Craig Maclean, Shawn Grimm, and Michael Wyman opened up...

Province announces next steps to reopen; support for businesses announced

Press Release HALIFAX: Beginning next week, businesses that closed as a result of the public health order can start to open, although measures to ensure physical distancing and social...
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Burgess awarded ATA Award

FALL RIVER: A Fall River post-secondary student has been awarded the Automotive Trades Association (ATA) annual scholarship. Matthew Burgess, the son of Gerald Burgess who owns and operates RaceTrac Gas station/NDM Burgess Service Centre on...

Learning how to operate a business

FALL RIVER: Students at Lockview High in Fall River are getting some hands-on experience in what it’s like to run a business. About 25 students participate in the schools Junior Achievement club, and they have...

Mixed reaction to proposed age-friendly development

FALL RIVER: The developer of a proposed age-friendly development at the Carr Farm property in Fall River heard an earful from residents who live nearby that have enough concerns they’re hesitant about it. But there...

“Shovels in the ground” shortly for water project

FALL RIVER: Councillor Steve Streatch is expecting shovels in the ground very soon for the start of construction on the Fall River water project. The HRM representative said at recent council meeting, unanimous support was...

Selling jam for Dakota

WELLINGTON: The generosity of local businesses is helping a Wellington woman in her fundraising efforts for her service dog. Anna-Marie Carr is making homemade jams and placing them on the counter inside the Wellington Bakery...

Measures announced to help citizens, businesses impacted by COVID-19

HRM: Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, gave an update today, April 2, on efforts to help Nova Scotians dealing with COVID-19."Our small businesses...

Celebrating one year in business at The Turtleback

FALL RIVER: Time flies when one is busy. And that’s been the case for Turtleback Tap & Grill co-owners Jaro Schubert and Darren Scott. On March 3, the business on Highway 2—something that was much...
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