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UPDATED: Woman dead after dog attack in Chaswood; Police confirm dog later found deceased

CHASWOOD: A woman from Middle Musquodoboit is dead after the dog she owned attacked her as she walked it shortly after 8 a.m. In an updated press release, Halifax District RCMP said they responded to...

Horne earns three Army Cadet awards

FALL RIVER: A local Army Cadet member from 3036 Sackville Lions RCEME Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps. had a big haul at their year-end ceremonial review. Louisa Horne, who calls Fall River home and is...

From the Firehouse – May 2020 calls

SHUBENACADIE: The month of May continued to see the number of calls for local fire departments on the lower side of things due to restrictions related to COVID19. Below are the calls from Shubenacadie Fire;...

Beaver Bank teen caught going 78 km/hr over speed limit

BEAVER BANK: An 18-year-old from Beaver Bank has been charged with stunting after RCMP clocked him doing 78 kilometres per hour over the speed limit on June 6. Nova Scotia RCMP say that at 5:04...

Blackburn, Streatch want more information on contract options for HRP’s Armoured Rescue Vehicle

FALL RIVER/BEAVER BANK: Two local councillors are open to gathering more information regarding the purchase of a controversial Armoured Rescue Vehicle by Halifax Regional Police (HRP) in the wake of calls for HRM council...

Local councillors weigh in on recent BLM protests in Halifax

BEAVER BANK/FALL RIVER: The time is now to truly listen to Black voices and hear their experiences, says a local councillor who represents the Middle/Upper Sackville-Beaver Bank-Lucasville district. Deputy Mayor Lisa Blackburn and Councillor Steve...

RCMP releases information on Const. Stevenson, gunman’s encounter

SHUBENACADIE: The Nova Scotia RCMP released more information on the encounter between a gunman that terrorized several N.S. communities on April 18-19 and Const. Heidi Stevenson adjacent to Rex McCoul Park in Shubenacadie. At their...

HRM public hearings going virtual for resident participation due to COVID19

FALL RIVER: For the foreseeable future, any resident wanting to participate in public hearings for HRM will have to do so virtually. In a release on June 5, HRM said as part...

Road work set for Cobequid Rd. on June 8-9

LAKEVIEW: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents that road construction is taking place on Cobequid Road from Windsor Junction Road to Civic 1334, on Monday, June 8 And Tuesday, June 9.Crews will be...

Province issues guidelines for safe community celebration of grads

FALL RIVER: The Chief Medical Officer of Health for the province announced an exemption inder the Public Health Act that will allow for celebrations to recognize graduates due to the loss of traditional graduation...
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