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Eight impaired drivers picked up by RCMP

GOFFS: Eight impaired drivers were stopped by RCMP and Southeast Traffic Services during traffic stops over the Aug. 16 to 19 weekend in HRM. On Aug. 16, at 7:...
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Fall River Syrian refugee family begins journey Feb. 14

FALL RIVER: Valentines Day won’t ever be as sweet as it will be this year for a group in Fall River who have been waiting in angst for the news they just received. In an...

Inner Strength athletes garner six Canada Open medals

WELLINGTON: The luggage for the athletes from Inner Strength Taekwondo came home a bit heavier on its return. The athletes from the Wellington-based dojang collected four gold medals; a ...
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Charity street hockey tournament returns June 15

FALL RIVER: Teams are still being sought for the annual four -on-four fundraising street hockey tournament, held yearly at the cul-de-sac at Aberdeen Drive in St. Andrews Village. The...
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School issues notice after students find used needle on bus

FLETCHERS LAKE: Holland Road Elementary School sent home a notice to parents on Wednesday afternoon Jan. 23 after two students found and picked up a used needle on their school bus. The incident which saw...
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Dragon girls to play for metro rugby title

BURNSIDE: The Lockview High Dragons girls rugby team will battle the schools sports nemesis Citadel High for all the marbles on Saturday at Harbour East. Lockview, behind the four tries from offensive spark-plug Olivia Hill,...

Kids enjoy getting wet at waterski competition

FALL RIVER: Youth from the Fall River and area community donned their wet suits and were ready to get wet during a recreation tournament on Lake Fletcher in Fall River on Aug. 26. The competitors...

Streatch, Blackburn echo concerns of CFL stadium on HRM taxpayers

BEAVER BANK: Two local councillors have no will to see a CFL stadium built in Shannon Park if it means HRM writing a cheque and taxpayers being what they see as unduly...

Assaults, vehicle thefts reported to police

WINDSOR JUNCTION: A pair of vehicle thefts, several alleged assaults, and a break-and-enter have kept police busy in the Windsor Junction/Lakeview/Lower Sackville area during the past few days. According to the Crimemapping website—a tool used...