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COVID19: Sixty-four new cases; one death; and 116 recoveries May 22

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia is reporting one death related to COVID-19, sixty four new cases of COVID-19 and 116 recoveries on May 22. A woman in her 60s has died in Central Zone. There have now...

FRABA Monthly report – July 2020

Welcome to summer !! With restrictions lifting and business re- opening be mindful of others and continue to protect your health and safety.  We are very thankful for all of the members that made...

Vanier skiiers grab provincial title

FALL RIVER: The Georges P. Vanier Junior High Vipers have repeated as girls NSSAF ski race provincial champions. The team, which includes (first names only were available): Lillee, Charlotte, Jessica and Ryann, defended the title...
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CANADA GAMES: Kennedy, Green capture women’s soccer bronze

WINNIPEG, MB.: Syd Kennedy, Taylor Green and their Team Nova Scotia women's soccer team have captured the bronze medal at the Canada Games in Winnipeg.     Kennedy, who calls Fletcher's Lake home, scored the lone...

Province issues Accelerated Internet Projects update

ELMSDALE: High-speed internet is heading to many in the Elmsdale area as part of the Accelerated Internet Project program from the province. In an update on May 11, the provincial government said high-speed internet is...

Racing for research: Girls raise $1,345 for JDRF through fundraiser at Kartbahn

BEAVER BANK: It’s a snowy Wednesday afternoon and I’m heading to Bayer's Lake. My destination is Kartbahn where the Racing for Research fundraiser in support of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)...

“The government is bullying us.”

FALL RIVER: A Fall River teacher says he and his colleagues are becoming overwhelmed with their classroom conditions, but it’s looking more and more like the provincial government may force them to go on...

NDP Leader Burrill stepping down

HALIFAX: NDP Leader Gary Burrill made the following statement on his future as Leader of the Nova Scotia NDP: “This morning, I met, by conference call, with the Provincial Council of our Party, and I...

RCMP advise you to think twice before leaving your children, pets in your vehicle...

DARTMOUTH: In the time it takes to run a quick errand, the interior of vehicles can heat up fast - making it intolerable for pets. “Every year, the RCMP in Nova Scotia responds to...

Encouraging more girls to umpire

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Ada Tuttle hopes winning the 2018 Women’s Active Youth Trendsetter award for umpiring with the LWF Minor Baseball Association will get more young girls thinking about becoming involved. The Windsor Junction youngster, who...
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