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Budding entrepreneurs: K-9 Cookies a hit in Fall River Village

PHOTO: Connor and Kensi Wootton of Fall River hold two bags of their K-9 Cookies, which they bake themselves for dogs and cats on their street. (Submitted photo) FALL RIVER: Who says dogs can’t be...

COVID19: “We are all suffering because of this pandemic.”

Fall River Chiro sees all revenue lost in April due to COVID19 closure FALL RIVER: The shutdown of businesses because of COVID19 “blindsided and eliminated all the income” for one Fall River business. Fall River Chiropractic...

COVID19: Personal trainer staying positive despite impact on business

FALL RIVER: A fitness and wellness specialist feels fortunate as a small business owner to not have some of the same worries other due because of the shutdown of businesses due to COVID19. Deborah Hann,...

Police investigate break-and-enter calls in Fall River, Wellington

WELLINGTON: Police are investigating two break-and-enter calls in the area over a three day span. On May 11, Halifax District RCMP received a report of a break, enter and theft that occurred in the...

No injuries in Beaver Bank mvc

BEAVER BANK: No charges have been laid as of yet following a single vehicle collision on Beaver Bank Road on May 10. Halifax District RCMP spokeswoman Cpl. Lisa Croteau said police responded to the collision...

N.S. introduces two family bubble as part of easing COVID19 restrictions; burn ban on...

FALL RIVER: The province is announcing the easing of some restrictions, including the implementation of a two family bubble household and allowing of some outdoor activities like golf and opening of some public beaches....

Expect delays at CN tracks at Fall River Rd/Windsor Jct. Rd May 15

WINDSOR JUNCTION: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents to expect delays on Fall River Road, near the intersection of Windsor Junction, on May 15 between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Canadian National Railway Company...

LWF Hall gets new patio, LED lights installed

FALL RIVER: The community’s gathering place is getting a bit of a fresh new look. With COVID19 restrictions forcing spots like the LWF Hall to remain closed as events are cancelled as a result of...

Municipal elections a go in N.S.

FALL RIVER: The Municipal Elections scheduled for October 17, 2020 will go ahead as scheduled, the organization representing Nova Scotia's municipalities said.In a letter addressed to NSFM President Pam Mood, Minister Chuck Porter writes that the...

Two new cases of COVID19 reported

HALIFAX: As of today, May 14, Nova Scotia has 1,026 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Two new cases were identified Wednesday, May 13.The QEII Health Sciences Centre's microbiology lab completed 554 Nova Scotia tests on...
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