Saturday, December 7, 2019



Aerotech Connector may face delays

More information for EA required before Minister can make decision WELLINGTON: The construction of the Aerotech Connector in Wellington could be delayed up to a year-plus.

Dwyer named to Canada’s World Aged Group team

FALL RIVER: Kai Dwyer has been named to the Gymnastics Canada team representing the country at the 2019 2019 FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Age Group Competition (WAGC) in Tokyo, Japan from December...

Christmas musical written by Fall River man touring N.S.

FALL RIVER: “A Christmas Dollhouse” is a musical for all ages written by Vladimir Sitnikov of Fall River and Cheryl Edgett, inspired by the novel of same name by Halifax writer Richard...

Woman ‘lucky’ to not be injured after harrowing collision

WINDSOR JUNCTION: A Fall River-area woman was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a harrowing single-vehicle collision in Windsor Junction on Nov. 12. As rain was coming down,...

Road construction underway in Beaver Bank today, Thursday

BEAVER BANK: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents and motorists that road construction will take place today and tomorrow (Thursday) on Beaver Bank Road from Windgate Road to Danny Drive.

Halifax SAR volunteers legacy to live on with Rescue One

LAKEVIEW: The legacy of the late Carmen Eisan will continue to live on at Halifax Search and Rescue (HSAR) in the form of a new piece of equipment to...

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...

Concert at FRSPA supports Nigerian Tenor Emmanuel Solomon

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Felicia Wasson sings as she plays the guitar Soldiers Light by Rylee Preston during the Emmanuel and Friends concert at Fall River School of Performing Arts in...

Annual Waverley craft sale attracts more than 1,100 people

WAVERLEY: There were many artisans and crafters on hand selling their goodies at the NS Arts and Craft sale, which had more than 1,100 people attend over its two...

Edmonds thanks May for her dedication; no interest in leadership

WELLINGTON: News that Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is stepping down immediately as leader of the party didn’t come as a surprise to the local Green member in Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook.

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