10,000 Villages once again coming to Enfield

ENFIELD: Its coming, weekend after Remembrance Day as always, our 23rd annual Ten Thousand Villages fair trade! From Friday, Nov. 15 to Saturday, Nov. 16, The Harvester’s Ministry and Corridor Community will host a TTV Festival Sale, featuring handcrafted home décor and gifts made by fairly paid artisans in more than 30 countries. The event...

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Bridge replacement project underway in Enfield

ENFIELD: The Bennery Brook Bridge replacement project is moving steadily ahead, say officials with the provincial Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (TIR). Residents have noticed a road going in off Hwy 102 into the woods, and construction vehicles on site for the past bit. Some had speculated that was a new road off the...

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Enfield man airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following crash

ENFIELD: A 22-year-old man was airlifted to the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in Halifax after suffering serious injuries in a late afternoon two-vehicle crash in Enfield on Oct. 11. The man, from Enfield, was driving a Chrysler Sebring that collided with a Jeep Cherokee on Renfrew Road at the intersection with Horne Settlement Road shortly...

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Showing off their Disability Pride

ENFIELD: Athena Lemczyk was proudly moving her clapper as she prepared to take part in the inaugural Disability Pride Day events, which kicked off with a short parade on Sept. 20 in Enfield. Close to 30 people walked from the community gardens to the old Enfield School which now houses Corridor Community Options for Adults....

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Noble, Gilby, Drake capture Scotia Speedworld titles

SCOTIA SPEEDWORLD: A pair of East Hants racers, one from Nine Mile River and the other from Enfield, ended their 2019 race season by capturing their respective CARSTAR Weekly Racing Series bandolero division championships. Enfield’s Gage Gilby took home the Hydraulics Plus Bandit bandolero title, and a third place finish in the process in the...

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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 Sept. 6. Parrott, a line-woman with N.S. Power, held off the 18 of Harry Ross White of Upper Kennetcook and Travis Roma, to...

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Enfield athlete wins national silver, bronze medals

ENFIELD: An athlete from Enfield has captured a pair of national medals at the Canoe Kayak Sprint Canadian national championships, which concluded on Sept. 1 in Regina, Sk. Matthew Koch helped his club Maskwa Aquatic Club, based out of Kearney Lake in Halifax, to silver in the junior men’s war canoe 1,000 metre race and...

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Airport cargo park to create hundreds of new jobs

HALIFAX STANFIELD AIRPORT: A new air cargo logistics park at Halifax Stanfield International Airport will create hundreds of new jobs through construction of the facility on 25 acres adjacent to Gateway Facilities. Under bright sunshine, Central Nova MP Sean Fraser, HIAA President and CEO Joyce Carter, HRM Mayor Mike Savage, Potlotek First Nation Chief Wilbert...

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Best seat to view North America

Red Arrows tour began Aug. 7 with arrival at Halifax Stanfield HALIFAX STANFIELD: Royal Air Force Red Arrow Flight Lieutenant Gregor Ogston may have the best seat to get a view at all North America has to offer. And what he and his 10 comrades saw as they came in for landing at Halifax Stanfield...

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UPDATED: Halifax man faces slew of charges after robbery spree in Enfield, Fall River, and Lower Sackville

ENFIELD: Three gas stations were hit by a single robber during a half hour stint late on Wednesday night. According to Halifax District RCMP, a Halifax man hit all three gas stations—all located in the HRM—while driving a stolen taxi from Truro. The first robbery occurred at 11:28 p.m. when the man— At approximately 11:30...

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