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HRM City Voice Aug 17
Nova Scotia artist Jan Davison has always been fascinated with painting buildings.
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HRM City Voice Aug 15
The Salvation Army is providing a food truck for the free meal food truck program beginning in October.
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HRM City Voice Aug 13
Volunteers at the Middle Musquodoboit Agricultural Society are responsible for the exhibition and own the grounds where the four-day event plays out, aptly called the Exhibition Grounds in Middle Musquodoboit.
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HRM City Voice Aug 12
This homemade guessing booth, for an upcoming carnival-themed birthday party, is an inexpensive way to make a big impact.
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HRM City Voice Aug 10
To date, the Brewers have cleaned more than 4,000 heat pumps in Nova Scotia, including units installed at nursing homes, daycare centres, offices and restaurants.
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HRM City Voice Aug 8
Debbie Boyd hopes the support they've given the clinic means no family has to endure the loss theirs has.
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HRM City Voice Aug 8
Lesley Crewe has places to go, bungalows to clean, and gardens to plant in this week's column. But maybe not that last one.
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HRM City Voice Aug 3
There are still a lot of unknowns when it comes to understanding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
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HRM City Voice Aug 1
Jay Aaron Roy and Rainie Murphy were determined to get organizations and services, designed for youth, in the Lower Sackville area, under one roof.
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HRM City Voice Jul 30
If you are a bird watcher or just simply love birds downtown Dartmouth is the place to be.
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HRM City Voice Jul 29
Spanish Greyhounds are low maintenance, have terrific teeth and they do not shed very much as their fur is more like hair.
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HRM City Voice Jul 27
Curtis Chafe, a pharmacist/owner with Shoppers Drug Mart in Halifax, says it’s important for adults to be vaccinated as well.
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HRM City Voice Jul 25
Kids bored this summer? Try encouraging their entrepreneurial spirits. Gina Bell’s son creates and sells “Joy Jars” during the summer months.
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HRM City Voice Jul 23
Competitors used duct tape and cardboard to construct boats and tried out their creation in the water with varying degrees of success.
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HRM City Voice Jul 21
Lee Crips is hoping to see Dartmouth-area residents explore art through a new art cart project spearheaded by the Craig Gallery in Alderney Landing.
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HRM City Voice Jul 19
The company is set to stage The Wizard of Oz as this year’s family show.
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HRM City Voice Jul 17
Quaker House was built in 1785 is considered the oldest house in Dartmouth.
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HRM City Voice Jul 6
RECYCLED LOVE: Therapy program offers bonding time for owners and their dogs | The Chronicle Herald
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HRM City Voice Jul 5
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: Dealing with dry eyes an ordeal | The Chronicle Herald
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HRM City Voice Jul 1
Jake Siebert, owner and commercial artist with The Talking Wall Designs, paints signs, menus and murals for businesses in Halifax and Dartmouth.
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