On Scene: Alleged Drunk Driver Knocks Out Power To Thousands

At 12:30 AM on duty officers heard what sounded like an accident in the area of Oxford St and South St.  Members responded to the accident and noted a vehicle on the sidewalk at the intersection of Oxford St and South St.  The occupants of the vehicle had exited the vehicle and were in the area of the accident and were quickly identified.  All occupants were assessed by EHS and there were no injuries that required hospital treatment.
The vehicle involved in this accident was travelling North on Beaufort Ave towards Oxford St when it struck a power pole on the west side of the roadway causing damage to the power pole. The vehicle continued to travel North on Beaufort Ave striking another power pole at the intersection on Oxford St and South St. The vehicle came to a rest at this point.  Power was affected in the area as a result of the accident. Police have cleared the scene  however the accident area is still closed as Nova Scotia Power is working at the scene.  The driver of the vehicle, an adult male, will be facing impaired driving charges and appearing in court at a later date.
Source: Release

Letter to a Hairdresser

Am I the only Mom who doesn’t prioritize trips to the salon? I can’t be. Up until August, my hair was long. Really long. Hasn’t-been-cut-since-2012 long. I tell myself that I was growing it out and that I liked long hair, but truthfully, I was hopeless when it came to styling it and I couldn’t stand the weight of it unless it was in a ponytail.


YvesRocher Sheer Botanical lipsticks

Aren't you glad it is a long weekend, having an extra day to recharge before the kids start school?

I don't normally post on a holiday, but I couldn't wait to tell you about a brand new lipstick line that quickly becomes one of my favorites - Yves Rocher Sheer Botanical lipsticks, available this month!

To start, I don't like sheer lipsticks in general as they don't flatter my pigmented lips.

Lower Sackville RCMP investigate robbery, Fall River, N.S.

Lower Sackville RCMP are investigating a robbery that occurred at the Petro Canada service station on Hwy 2 on August 30th, 2014.

At 10:13 p.m., Lower Sackville RCMP were contacted about a robbery at the local business where a male entered the business and demanded a quantity of lottery tickets and cash before fleeing the business on foot.

Members responded and further investigation revealed that the male employee was counting money in the till when he was confronted by a male who made threats towards him before he fled into a nearby wooded area on foot.

The suspect remains at large and the investigation continues.

Source: Release


Let the Adventures Continue

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Labour Day weekend is here. It has always been the last (long) weekend of “summer” because school always started the week after Labour Day for us. I wish I was out camping right now, because that’s what I grew up doing – going camping on the Labour Day long weekend; hiking, reading, putting on fleece sweaters to roast marshmallows over the last campfires of summer.

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