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“I just wanted to think of it as I was graduating.”

BEAVER BANK: Victoria MacDonald might be 16-years-old, but she can already call herself a high school graduate. The Beaver Bank resident graduated from Ecolle Secondaire du Sommet this past June. She did the feat two...
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Offering support for those with Alzheimer’s & Dementia

FALL RIVER: A support group aimed at helping those find solutions and resource for their loved ones dealing with dementia and Alzheimer’s wants to provide those with a clearer sense of understanding. Three years ago,...

Streatch unaware of asphalt plant approval beforehand

FALL RIVER: The local councillor had no previous communication as to a decision staff with the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) had made regarding an asphalt plant and concrete plant at the proposed Fall River...
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VIDEO: Beaver Bank fireworks spectacular

BEAVER BANK: They might have been delayed a week, but the Canada Day fireworks were still spectacular, held on July 8. Here is video taken by Raymond Grove, who was kind enough to let us...
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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...

Thefts, assaults keep police busy

FALL RIVER: Several varieties of crime over the past week have kept police officers in Fall River, Beaver Bank, and Musquodoboit Valley busy. That’s according to the Crimemapping website tool from Halifax District RCMP-Halifax Regional...

Woman faces assault charges

LOWER SACKVILLE: A 24-year-old Lower Sackville woman is facing a slew of charges following a road rage incident on Albro Lake and Victoria Road in Dartmouth during rush hour on July 4. Halifax Regional Police...

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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