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RCMP release monthly impaired driving stats for February

DARTMOUTH: As Nova Scotia's Provincial Police, road safety is a top priority. In an effort to keep citizens informed about enforcement on our roadways, the Nova Scotia RCMP is...
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Two new COVID19 presumptive cases in HRM announced

HRM: Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health has announced two new presumptive cases of COVID-19 bringing the total number of presumptive positives in the province...

MEDIA RELEASE: Healey to be part-owner of digital-only The Laker News website

Former reporter at print edition of papers excited at opportunity FALL RIVER: News, event and sports coverage in the Fall River/Beaver Bank and some of East Hants areas will continue...

Man, youth arrested for firearm incident resulting in lunch-hour lockdown at Lockview High

FALL RIVER: A incident involving a firearm sent Lockview High into a lockdown shortly after the lunch hour on March 2. The incident sent Halifax District RCMP officers to the...

First responders showcase ice rescue safety importance

FALL RIVER: Firefighters from Station 45 in Fall River along with Halifax District RCMP and Canadian Red Cross officials showed the importance of a quick response in the event of a fall through many of...

Dairy Queen opens in Fall River

FALL RIVER: It might have been a cold, late January day, but that didn’t stop the Alford family of Beaver Bank from being among the first through the doors at the new...

The Laker to discontinue publishing

While readership is strong and local journalism has never been more important, from a business perspective the areas covered by The Weekly Press and The Laker have become more a part of...
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LWFRA puts call out for project applications

FALL RIVER: Community groups and organizations with projects being planned are being encouraged to submit their projects to the Lakeview-Windsor Junction-Fall River Ratepayers Association (LWFRA) for possible funding. Marni ...

ALJ receives $7,000 grant from TD for outdoor classroom project

FALL RIVER: On Nov. 27, Ash Lee Jefferson School officially opened phase one of their outdoor classrooms. The Parent Teacher Organization and school Administration submitted a TD Friends of...
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