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Haley Smith’s play earns MVC All Tournament team nod

SPRINGFIELD, MO.: It wasn’t the ending Haley Smith and her ISU Red Birds wanted, but looking at the overall season it was a success. Smith, a Fall River product,...

Destroyers win FNS Peewee title

FALL RIVER: The Dartmouth Destroyers Peewee football team, including a player from Fall River, won the Peewee Tier championship on Nov. 16 in a nail biting game.

Dragons boys hoops team shine in home opener despite loss

FALL RIVER: The Lockview High School Dragons boys basketball team held their home opener last month to kickoff the Metro High school basketball league season. They welcomed Citadel High Phoenix to the...


LAKEVIEW: This tree shut down Cobequid Road in Lakeview for a short time on Nov. 12 after it fell, spewing debris all over the road. There is...

Lydia Persaud to perform all-ages show at WJCC on Nov. 24

WINDSOR JUNCTION: The Windsor Junction Community Centre (WJCC) is hosting its first indoor winter all-ages concert on Nov. 24, beginning at 7 p.m. Lydia Persaud was well received at...

Tier 2 champions

FALL RIVER: The Fall River Dragons/Valley Bulldogs combined Atom Squad captured Football Nova Scotia’s Tier 2 Championship on the Nov. 17 weekend. (Submitted photo)

Jones, Ti-Cats headed to Grey Cup

HAMILTON, ONT.: A Fall River Dragons football alum is heading to the Grey Cup final. Brian Jones, a Grand Lake area product, and his Hamilton Ti-Cats defeated the Edmonton...

Beaver Bank Road– Road Construction

BEAVER BANK: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents and motorists road construction will take place today (Monday) on Beaver Bank Road between Windgate Road and Danny Drive. Crews...

PHOTOS: LHS girls crown Knights in high school girls hockey play

LOWER SACKVILLE: The Lockview High girls hockey team defeated Millwood Knights in metro high school girls hockey play at the Sackville Arena in Lower Sackville. The...

Aerotech Connector may face delays

More information for EA required before Minister can make decision WELLINGTON: The construction of the Aerotech Connector in Wellington could be delayed up to a year-plus.