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Free online wellness program set for Fall

EAST HANTS: Do you wonder how you can get a better night’s sleep? Have you thought about the connection between what you eat and how you feel? Do...

Successful Annie’s tea held at Waverley Heritage Museum

WAVERLEY: The Waverley Heritage Museum held it's annual Annie's Tea on Sept. 6. In a post on Facebook, the Heritage Museum volunteers thanked everyone who...

Uncovering the mask: Fall River goalie opens up about his mental health battle

MAIN PHOTO: Nolan Boyd is speaking publicly about his battle with mental health. (Martine Caron photo) (This story was originally scheduled to post in late...

Joyful Sounds staff excited for reopening

Advertisement: https://youtu.be/cnpIleDdhc0 MAIN PHOTO: Miss Louise and her staff at Joyful Sounds in Fall River are ecstatic about reopening...

#WeMakeHappy: Making a difference in students lives earns Lockview High VP recognition

FALL RIVER: An educator that makes a difference in the lives of the students she helps is the fourth and final recipient chosen for the #WeMakeHappy campaign. Lockview High...

Emma Archibald honoured by City of Halifax for War Amps involvement

MAIN PHOTO: Emma Archibald received a special presentation from the City of Halifax on Aug. 31. Pictured, Archibald talks about her participation with The...

New electronic sign coming for St. Thomas Anglican

https://youtu.be/Try7xT2Oh5w The above video is an advertisement FALL RIVER: The big green sign at St. Thomas Anglican Church is...

Premier McNeil encourages NSians to fact check what they read online

MOUNT UNIACKE: Nova Scotians should fact check any information they’re seeing posted online whether it’s regarding COVID19 or any other newsworthy item, the Premier...

EDUCATION PLAN: NDP, PC’s issue statements on province’s update

These are statements issued by the NDP's Gary Burrill and PC Party Education Critic Tim Halman HALIFAX: PC Education critic Tim Halman said the...

COVID19: Province provides update as students, staff set to return to school Sept. 8

HRM: As students and staff return to class on Sept. 8, a plan is in place to respond to a potential COVID-19 exposure in school.
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