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Fall River’s Jones speaks on need for change after Floyd murder

TORONTO: A Canadian Football League (CFL) player from Grand Lake/Fall River is adding his voice to those echoing that change is needed in the wake of the senseless murder of George Floyd in Minnesota. Brian...

Province announces more steps to reopen; gatherings increased to 10

Press Release HALIFAX: Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health for Nova Scotia, announced today, May 29, a new gathering limit of 10 and more steps toward reopening the province."Nova...

Matt Mays holding virtual concert for N.S. SPCA

DARTMOUTH: JUNO-award winning singer/songwriter Matt Mays is hosting a virtual show in support of the Nova Scotia SPCA. The fundraiser is scheduled for Saturday, May 30 at 9:00pm ADT. All personal donations made at www.novascotiaspca.ca/mattmays...

Road construction in Beaver Bank, Fletchers Lake

FLETCHERS LAKE: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents that road construction will take place on Windgate Drive on Friday, May 29.  Crews will be on site from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to complete...

“Ditch Divers” Hart brothers keeping Fall River community clean

FALL RIVER:  Instead of sitting at home being bored and so they had structure during the COVID19 shutdown, two Fall River brothers put the free time they had to much good use. And as...

RCMP respond to three thefts in Oakfield

OAKFIELD: With the warmer weather, many people are getting out to enjoy the beaches and trails. Unfortunately, this also includes thieves looking for crimes of opportunity. On May 25, Halifax District RCMP responded to...

Police arrest impaired driver with child in vehicle

LOWER SACKVILLE: A 26-year-old Middle Sackville man faces impaired driving charges after a concerned caller contacted police in regards to a possible impaired driver. A child was located inside the vehicle. On May 22, 8:25 p.m., Halifax...

Fall River singer wins Quake Matthews competition

GRAND LAKE: A Fall River/Grand Lake musician is making good use of the COVID19 downtime to hone her singing skills, and it showed in one recent competition. Kennedy Austin, a Georges P. Vanier Junior High...

Halifax Water to NSUARB: no water rate increase over next two years

A release from Halifax Water FALL RIVER: The COVID-19 pandemic has many Halifax Water customers concerned about the future and their ability to pay bills. To help support customers in these uncertain times, Halifax Water has...

SCDA working on memorial park for three shooting victims

SHUBENACADIE: A proposal to create a memorial in Rex McCoul Park in Shubenacadie for three of the 22 shooting victims from the rampage on April 18-19 is getting enthusiastic reviews. The Shubenacadie Community Development Association...
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