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Successful weekend for local teams

FALL RIVER: Two Fall River girls helped lead their Metro West Force (Blue) team to the Hockey Nova Scotia Female Peewee AA provincial crown. Goalie Lucy Phillips turned away 31 of 33 shots and Leah...

Crosswalk flags installed in community of Waverley

WAVERLEY: Three sections of Rocky Lake Drive in Waverley had crosswalk flags installed last month in partnership between Norm Collins of Crosswalk Safety and local community groups. The flags were installed on March 3 at...

Nominations now open for provincial volunteer awards; deadline to submit March 1

HALIFAX: Nova Scotians who want to recognize outstanding volunteers can now nominate people for the 47th Provincial Volunteer Awards.Every year to mark National Volunteer Week, Nova Scotia celebrates volunteers nominated by organizations and communities...

N.S. announces new mental health supports for volunteer firefighters, GSAR

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia's Minister of Addictions and Mental Health said volunteer firefighters and volunteer members of ground search and rescue teams will soon have access to new mental health supports. The new Nova Scotia Firefighter...

Training hard for upcoming tournaments

WELLINGTON: As a group of 11 black belt taekwondo athletes from Inner Strength Taekwondo in Wellington prepare to take on competition from around the country and internationally, they are training hard to be at...

PHOTOS: Christmas on the Canal brings spirit of the season to Fall River

FALL RIVER: Despite the cold weather, hundreds came out for Christmas on the Canal in Fall River on Dec. 1, celebrating the kick off of the holiday season. The Lions Christmas Express...

N.S. announces delay to Phase 5 reopening due to epidemiology

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia announced Sept. 14 that due to the current epidemiology in the province and Atlantic region, the Phase 5 re-opening in the province will be delayed until Oct. 4, when the proof...

McNaughton to carry PC banner

FALL RIVER: It's official, Dan McNaughton will don the Progressive Conservative colours for the Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank riding in the forthcoming provincial election. The former RCMP officer was officially acclaimed as the party's nominee on...

N.S. AG: Strong leadership, commitment from community required to keep school violence in check

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia's Auditor General said it will take strong leadership and community commitment to ensure safe learning environments in Nova Scotia schools after years of pervasive school violence in a new report. To get...

N.S. Budget: Building Nova Scotia, Faster sees supports for Central Nova Scotia

From a press release: EAST HANTS/FALL RIVER: Income tax fairness, a universal lunch program for children in public schools, more resources for healthcare and more support for Nova Scotians to meet their needs are key...
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