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Fire crews attend silo fire at Enfield lumber company

ENFIELD: A fire in a hopper at Ledwidge Lumber on June 18 was quickly brought under control by firefighters with assistance from employees. Firefighters from Enfield; Elmsdale with a tanker and an engine; a tanker...

Garlic-ious: Family affair in preparing garlic for sale

FALL RIVER: The garlic people of Fall River are getting ready to do it again this year. The Jones family plant their garlic in early fall, in this case October 2019 to prepare the crop...

RCMP charge two after fentanyl detected in Windsor-West Hants

WINDSOR-WEST HANTS: Two 20-year-old women from the Windsor area have been charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking in relation to offences involving the drug fentanyl. On April 20, Windsor District RCMP issued a...

HRM announces all parks and playgrounds now open

FALL RIVER: The Halifax Regional Municipality continues to monitor and respond to the rapidly evolving effects of COVID-19. Following the provincial public health update regarding access to playgrounds, all municipal playgrounds are now open effective...

Province eases more restrictions; increases gathering limits

HRM: Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health for Nova Scotia, announced today, June 18, changes to gathering limits given Nova Scotia's low rates of COVID-19."We've now had well...

WJCC announces summer day camp plans to much fanfare

WINDSOR JUNCTION: It was a long-awaited announcement that many were waiting for from the Windsor Junction Community Centre. After wrestling with what to do for their summer camp due to COVID19 and the public health...

HRM to hold summer day camps, beginning July 13

FALL RIVER: The Halifax Regional Municipality continues to monitor and respond to the rapidly evolving effects of COVID-19. Following safety measures provided by public health, the municipality is now able to provide more details on...

Four ScotianAires singers to partake in Virtual Choir performance of O Canada

HALIFAX: Four members of a Nova Scotian women's barbershop chorus group will be part of a virtual choir performance of O Canada with more than 300 other voices. Joan Langley; Debra Gilbert; Tanya Reid; and...

Lions gear up for wing night Round 2

FALL RIVER: Round 2 of Lions Week night with COVID19 restrictions in place is set for tonight, June 18. Organizers of the weekly event, hosted at the LWF Community Hall, thanked those who came out...

Silversides Drive to see road closure for construction this week

WAVERLEY: Residents of Silversides Drive will have to find an alternate route as HRM advises road construction from Monday June 15 to Friday June 19 will see their road closed. In a release, HRM...
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