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COVID19: Local Fall River-area athletes in U.S. describe reaction, impact to pandemic

FALL RIVER: The magnitude of the COVID19 pandemic was initially “laughed off” by athletes at the University of Florida, said a Fletchers Lake soccer star who is in her first year as a Gator. Sydney...

N.S RCMP warn those who threaten to contaminate officers with COVID19 could face charges

DARTMOUTH: Members of the Nova Scotia RCMP have reported being threatened in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic. In the past several days, RCMP officers have reported being threatened to be...

NEW: COVID19 cases tally sits at 147; 20 new cases announced

HRM: As of today, March 31, Nova Scotia has 147 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Twenty new cases were identified Monday, March 30. Most cases are connected to travel or a known case....

Halifax District, East Hants RCMP responding to COVID19 non-compliance calls

FALL RIVER: The RCMP in the Halifax District and East Hants areas, like their counterparts with Halifax Regional Police, have been responding to non-compliance calls in recent days. Cpl....

Residents seeks answers to COVID19 concerns

FALL RIVER: Concern over essential service workers within the civil service sector, who may work out of the province returning to live in a household and exposing those living with them to COVID19, led...

NEW: five new COVID19 cases; public health confirms one case linked to community transmission

HRM: As of today, March 30, Nova Scotia has 127 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Five new cases were identified yesterday, after more than 600 tests were processed. While most cases to date have been...

Praising Dr. Strang: Community says thank you to one of their own

FALL RIVER: Nova Scotia’s Chief Medical Officer of Health is getting plenty of praise across the province for his handling of the COVID19 pandemic, but none more close-to-the heart than that of his home...

Honk-a-thon: Community lifts Wellington girl’s birthday spirit

WELLINGTON: Amelia Garrison’s ninth birthday party was looking like it would be “the worst birthday ever” because of the Covd19 pandemic making waves across the world. However, her neighbourhood community in the Wellington area wasn’t...

Holland Road music program earns $10,000 MusiCounts award

FLETCHERS LAKE: The students in the music program at Holland Road School will be feeling the lasting effects of a $10,000 award from MusiCounts Canada for years to come. Officially announced recently, recently retired music program teacher Kerstin Boyce...
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UPDATED: two staff, two residents at Magnolia test positive for COVID19

ENFIELD: In the press conference on March 30, Dr. Robert Strang confirmed two residents and two staff at the Magnolia tested positive for COVID19. This comes a day after a non-resident at Magnolia in Enfield...
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