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WINDSOR JUNCTION: On March 11, Grace and Sam Cameron of Windsor Junction, on behalf of the children that attend and use the Windsor Junction Community Centre (WJCC), and dad Jay presented a card of...

District Governor visits Fall River Lions Club

FALL RIVER: Members of the local community that assist the Fall River & Area Lions Club for their many activities from their Thursday night wing nights to their annual golf tournament were recognized during...

WE Day Atlantic leaves change-makers feeling inspired, excited

HALIFAX: Inspired. Excited. Eager. That’s how thousands of energetic and screaming students were left feeling as they headed home from the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax on Nov. 30 from WE Day Atlantic, which featured a...

Parrott grabs checkered flag in penultimate Weekly Series action

SCOTIA SPEEDWORLD: Megan Parrott began what was expected to be a few busy days on a high after capturing the Sporsman feature race on Fleet Brake Atlantic Night at Scotia Speedworld on...

Cheema athletes golden after Day 1 at Canoe Sprint ch’ships

DARTMOUTH: Two athletes from the Waverley-based Cheema Aquatic Club helped Canada earn gold on Day 1 of the 2018 Pan Am and Para Pan Am Canoe Sprint Championships, reaching the podium in every race....

Beaver Bank teen Riley Chisholm releases debut single Nov. 29

BEAVER BANK: Riley Chisholm says he owes most if not all of his success in getting his debut single released to a well known Halifax figure. Chisholm, a Lockview...

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)

UPDATED: Cause of Lockview Road house fire determined

FALL RIVER: The cause of the fire that engulfed a Lockview Road home in Fall River on July 17 has been determined as electrical. In their report posted on the Halifax.ca/fire investigations summary, fire investigators...

Fall River’s Golden boys: Gravel, Cowan still on Cloud Nine

Baseball N.S. defeats Ontario to capture historic first-ever Canada Cup FALL RIVER: It was the strike heard across Canada, and especially loudly in Nova Scotia.

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