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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...

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...

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...

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...

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.

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...

RCMP members receiving wellness treatment following N.S. shootings

More than 100 officers responded to rampage; several on leave of absence ENFIELD: The well-being of the Nova Scotia RCMP officers who made the initial response to the rampage...

9Round announces closure of Fall River, Halifax locations

FALL RIVER: The owners of a local fitness business, with locations in Halifax and Fall River, has announced they’re closing both businesses permanently. The news was issued in a...

Wellington youth wins Canada-wide music leadership award

WELLINGTON: A young Wellington boy who is quick to volunteer for any musical opportunity” left such a lasting impact on his former music teacher at Holland Road Elementary School that he’s picked...

RCMP celebrate National Police Week

EAST HANTS: This week, the Nova Scotia RCMP is recognizing National Police Week, a public education campaign began back in 1970 as a way for the police to connect with their communities...
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