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Wong wins Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank PC nomination

FALL RIVER: An educator Educator and entrepreneur will carry the PC banner in Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank in the upcoming provincial election. Brian Wong was officially nominated on June 26 in a virtual contested nomination. He...

RCMP release COVID19 enforcement statistics since May 5

DARTMOUTH: Since May 5, Nova Scotia RCMP has charged 6 people for offences under the Nova Scotia Health Protection and Emergency Management Acts. To date, the RCMP has charged a total of 205 people with...

Pet(s) of the Week – March 26, 2021

Here is our Pet(s) of the Week for March 26, 2021 as selected by a random computerized draw: The other pets that were submitted will be included in the draw for next week, and the...

Feds, province invest $1.2 m in Halifax Water to reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

WINDSOR JUNCTION/HALIFAX: Halifax Water has been approved for approximately $1.23 million dollars in federal/provincial funding to install 425 kW of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels at four of its facilities. This funding is based on an...

Gold Rush Days cancelled due to COVID19

WAVERLEY: The committee for Waverley Gold Rush Days have made the tough decision to cancel the annual event, held the second weekend of September. In an Aug. 24 post on the Waverley Village Green Facebook...

N.S. invests $13 million into HIAA with aim to attract new routes, passengers

HALIFAX STANFIELD: The province and the Halifax International Airport Authority have had a “great sense of partnership” during the negotiation process that has led to a $13 million investment by the province to HIAA. In...

May 4 court date for Wellington man charged with impaired driving

WELLINGTON: The Wellington man charged with impaired driving after a single-vehicle collision near Station 42 on Feb. 14 will be back in court May 4. Chance Benvie is scheduled to appear in Dartmouth Provincial Court...

VIDEO: Waverley Legion honours our vets on Remembrance Day

WAVERLEY: The Remembrance Day service at the Waverley Legion and cenotaph in Windsor Junction looked different this year, but the meaning was the same--everyone was there to honour and pay respects to the veterans...

COVID-19: 32 new cases, one death, 28 recoveries reported Sept. 28

HALIFAX: Today, September 28, Nova Scotia is reporting one death related to COVID-19. A man in his 70s in Northern Zone has died."Another family is suffering the loss of a loved one, and on...

Homework on the side: Handspiker’s interest in technology began at LHS

MAIN PHOTO: Olivia Handspiker of Beaver Bank speaks to Pat Healey of The Laker News. The video interview can be found in the story. (Dagley Media) BEAVER BANK: Getting some homework assignments on the side...
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