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Hard work pays off for Lockview High students Kerr, Gaudry

FALL RIVER: Two Lockview High students feel honoured to have been nominated and selected from amongst their peers for a prestigious provincial award. Madeleine Kerr of Fall River and Cate Gaudry of Windsor Junction, both...

Halifax man suffers serious injuries in mvc; others sustain minor injuries

BEDFORD: A 24-year-old Halifax suffered life-threatening injuries following a serious single-vehicle collision on Hwy 101 east near exit 1H Bedford. RCMP said police, EHS, and local fire services were called out at approximately 2:50 a.m....

Pilot project announced for three-wheeled vehicles

HALIFAX: A five-year pilot project to test and evaluate the operation of federally approved three-wheeled vehicles on Nova Scotia roads begins this month.“Road safety for all users is our priority and we want to...

PHOTOS: Girl Guide cookie drive-thru

People stopped by in good numbers throughout the time they were there to pick up a box or more of the cookies. The Girl Guides showed their enthusiasm in getting people driving by on Fall...

UPDATED: VIDEO/PHOTOS: A Community for Calum fundraiser raises more than $20,000

UPDATED May 11, at 11:15 a.m. FALL RIVER: Residents of Fall River/Windsor Junction showed they cared-and cared a lot- for the MacDonald-Patterson family and little Calum in full force on Saturday night May 4. Calum...

UPDATED: VIDEO/PHOTOS: FRABA Community champions gala helps youth in community

UPDATED MAY 11 at 11:05 a.m. WAVERLEY: It was a dazzling night of support for youth sport and recreation in our communities on April 27. A total of $8,000 was raised, organizers said, for youth through...

N.S. adding more child care spaces in Halifax region

HALIFAX: Mount Saint Vincent University (MSVU) will add more spaces to its child study centre in Halifax and expand the age groups it serves with funding support from the provincial and federal governments, the...

From the Cruiser – May 8, 2024

Brought to you by: ENFIELD: Over the past week, officers with East Hants RCMP responded to 130 calls for service. The following is some of the highlighted calls as provided by Const. Preston Burns, Community Policing...

N.S. RCMP warn of recent spear phishing attacks in Nova Scotia

DARTMOUTH: The Nova Scotia RCMP’s Commercial Crime Section and Cybercrime Unit are warning the public of recent instances of scammers targeting retail businesses using sophisticated spear phishing techniques.  Scammers contact an employee via text message...

RCMP investigating after stolen truck found burned

MOUNT UNIACKE: Police are looking for information relating to the discovery of a burned out truck. East Hants RCMP Const. Preston Burns, Community Policing Officer, said the incident happened in the early hours of May...
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