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Scary fun in Waverley

WAVERLEY: It was a scary good time despite the dreary, wet weather outside at Station 41 Waverley fire hall on Oct. 28. The weather may have moved Halloween on the Village Green, organized by the...

Environment Minister Rankin, MLA Horne join SWEPS for cleanup

FALL RIVER: The Shubenacadie Watershed Environmental Protection Society (SWEPS) held a clean up on July 31 of one of the brook's they recently restored. Joining them was the clean team from Clean Nova Scotia; Amy...

Proposed development in area irks residents

WINDSOR JUNCTION: A proposed development set for the Windsor Junction end of Ingram Drive isn’t sitting well with residents, who feel their neighbourhood will become a traffic thoroughfare if it goes ahead. WM Fares Group,...
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HRM advises of traffic delays for Lions Christmas Express parade

FALL RIVER: HRM is advising residents and motorists there may be some traffic delays in the Fall River area on Sunday, Dec. 1. The Lions Christmas Express Parade will make its way through the...

Dedicated volunteers in area recognized

WAVERLEY: Twenty-three volunteers from groups, clubs, and non-profit organizations in Waverley, Fall River, and Beaver Bank were recognized for their volunteer efforts in their community. On top of the awards handed out at the April...
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Well-known Miller Lake art thief dies

MILLER LAKE: A well-known international art thief from Miller Lake has died, CTV News reported last month. John Mark Tillmann, 57, died two days before Christmas and was buried in a cemetery located at a...

New free digital newsletter coming from The Laker

FALL RIVER: Want to find out more about what’s going on in your community? The Laker’s digital newsletters will be generated from new content on our websites and will be sent out to subscribers. Get ...

Scoring big for Children’s Wish

BEAVER BANK: Teams from the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League (NSMBHL), including the Lantz-based champion All Credit Auto (ACA) Rangers, are putting smiles on the faces of some very deserving children this year. At...

Samson encourages all to celebrate Canada 150

FALL RIVER: The local MP is encouraging community groups and residents to be part of the celebrations of Canada’s 150th anniversary. Darrell Samson, the Liberal representative in the Justin Trudeau government for Sackville-Chezzetcook, spoke to...

LHS Grads 2017 celebrated

FALL RIVER: Tears and smiles flowed through the Halifax Forum as more than 250 graduates from Lockview High crossed the stage on June 28. The Fall River-based school saw 278 students graduate, and the night...
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