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Nature Conservancy receives major donation from former premier

The Nature Conservancy of Canada has received a major donation from a former premier for their Bartholomew River campaign. Frank McKenna has made a $100,000 ... Read More

Saint John Police Staff Sergeant promoted to Inspector

A staff sergeant with the Saint John Police Force has become the first woman in the force's history to be promoted to the rank of ... Read More

Funding announced for Saint-André water reservoir project

A $1.3 million water reservoir project in Saint-André is receiving funding under the Small Communities Fund. The new reservoir and tower will be 1,820 cubic ... Read More

One man dead after head-on crash in Fundy National Park

Police say a head-on crash in Fundy National Park has left one man dead and another seriously injured. RCMP say the crash happened on Hwy. ... Read More

Fredericton area man charged in connection with July 2009 arsons near Plaster Rock

Police have charged a Fredericton area man with arson after three camps were destroyed by fire near Plaster Rock in July 2009. RCMP say three ... Read More

Mayor to Dispute St-Leonard SNB Closure

The mayor of St-Leonard will meet with the minister of Government Services, Ed Doherty, in Fredericton on Friday to discuss the closure of Service NB ... Read More

Five artists shortlisted for RCMP monument in Moncton

(CP) - The City of Moncton has shortlisted five artists for the creation of a monument to the RCMP officers killed when a gunman went ... Read More

Former mill owner sentenced

May 21, 2015 - The former owner of the St Anne Nackawic mill has been  sentenced to two months in jail and six months of ... Read More

50 Plus Expo today in Woodstock

May 21, 2015 - A yearly event for those 50 and over happens today at the fieldhouse at AYR Motor Center. Federal MP Mike Allen ... Read More

Tuition rates going up at St. Thomas University

St. Thomas University is raising its tuition rates next year, despite a tuition freeze imposed by the Liberal government. The university's board of governors recently ... Read More