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Road work continues next week in Beaver Bank

BEAVER BANK: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents and motorists that road construction will continue next week on Beaver Bank Road between Danny and Windgate drives. Crews will be on site beginning Monday and...

Road closure notice for Halifax Water work on Cobequid Road water main

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Halifax Water crews will be undertaking a water main repair today Nov. 6, near 1140 Cobequid Road. This work will require the closure of Cobequid Rd. to...

Fall River planning bylaws due for review: Streatch

FALL RIVER: The local councillor said it might be time for the current planning bylaws put in place a few years ago through the Fall River Visioning process to be reviewed. Councillor Steve Streatch was...

Winning artwork

FLETCHERS LAKE: Lucy Sharpe of Fletchers Lake was presented with a framed picture of her artwork during the 2017 Nova Scotia Human Rights Awards, held Dec. 8, at Citadel High School in Halifax. Each year,...

A SMILE-filled thank you!

Who would have thought a simple conversation about me needing dental surgery would have blossomed into what Pat’s Smile Day turned out to be. In December 2017, I mentioned to Barry Dalrymple, who I have...
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HRM, businesses collaborate to reduce red tape

HRM: A plan of action on regulatory reform was presented Jan. 18 to HRM’s Community Planning and Economic Development Standing Committee. The plan was presented by Jordi Morgan, chair of Halifax’s Joint Project Advisory Panel...

Sisters pen letters to Premier on health-care, environment

MILLER LAKE WEST: The Premier of Nova Scotia is getting two strongly worded letters from a pair of Miller Lake West sisters, who hope he will give some serious consideration to their...
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Residents relieved at Waverley development rejection

WAVERLEY: The rejection of a rezoning application for the Conrad quarry development is both “significant and positive” for the community and areas downstream of Lake Charles, says one of the people behind a concerned...
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Sisters organizing social enterprise event set for Oct. 27

FALL RIVER: Two sisters from Fall River are getting their start in the social enterprise world right at home. Twins Emily and Isabel Ralph and their older sister, Maria,...

“Misunderstandings” around floating dock project

FALL RIVER: A stockpile of misunderstandings between the local councillor, HRM Parks and Rec, and the Riverlake community group led to the floating dock project at the Snow Centre not exactly meeting the vision...
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