Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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Police investigating attempted robbery in Lower Sackville

LOWER SACKVILLE: Halifax District RCMP are investigating an attempted robbery early this morning Jan. 17 in Lower Sackville. Shortly after 2 a.m. today, a male entered a restaurant on Sackville Dr. and attempted to steal...
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UPDATED: Blown transformers, propane leak keep firefighters busy

FALL RIVER: Firefighters in Fall River and Wellington were kept busy with four calls all within about an hour of each other. Station 45 Fall River, along with other mutual aid units from Station 42...

Firth’s “eat, sleep, soccer” routine paying off

FLETCHERS LAKE: Scott Firth is looking to make the most of his second trial with Toronto FC. Firth, of Fall River, began playing soccer after his mom and dad enrolled him in the Timbits soccer...
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VIDEO: Santa’s message to kids in Fall River

FALL RIVER: The Laker caught up to Santa as he took a break from just arriving in Fall River just in time for the Fall River Lions Christmas Parade on Nov. 26. Here is his...
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Keloose events moved to Sunday

WINDSOR JUNCTION:  With soggy weather forecasted for Aug. 19, the Keloose Committee has made the decision to postpone Family Fun Day activities scheduled for Saturday. Instead, chairman Nick Yeomans says, activities scheduled for Saturday for...

Encouraging more girls to umpire

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Ada Tuttle hopes winning the 2018 Women’s Active Youth Trendsetter award for umpiring with the LWF Minor Baseball Association will get more young girls thinking about becoming involved. The Windsor Junction youngster, who...

Summer jobs at WJCC

WINDSOR JUNCTION: The Windsor Junction Community Centre provides jobs for over 30 young adults every summer. From program directors to swim instructors, and camp counsellors to lifeguards, the WJCC is an amazing place to work. Keep...

Hwy 2 businesses will benefit from city water: FRABA president

FALL RIVER: The president of the Fall River and Area Business Association (FRABA) believes bringing city water along Highway 2 will only benefit businesses, several who are members, on that stretch. Faye Coady was responding...

Local players represent N.S.

FALL RIVER: A number of players from Fall River, Beaver Bank, and Sackville represented N.S. in the U16 AA girls division at the Canadian Ringette Championships, which were held April...