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4/24/2016

Perth-Andover business named Atlantic Grower of the Year

A family business in Perth-Andover has received this year's Atlantic Grower of the Year Award from Loblaw Companies Limited. Atlantic Potato Distributors was recognized for ... Read More
4/24/2016

Pets Unlimited in Fredericton among several closing across Canada

**Story updated at 3:41 p.m. Monday** PJ's Pets – which also operates Pets Unlimited, Petculture and Oliver Pets & Co. – is closing more than ... Read More
4/24/2016

Busy start to New Brunswick's forest fire season

It's been a busy start to the forest fire season for crews across New Brunswick. More than 70 fires have burned 102 hectares of forested ... Read More
4/24/2016

Fredericton encourages residents, businesses to help clean up the city

The City of Fredericton is challenging residents and businesses to help clean up the city Sunday. The fifth annual #cleanupfred event highlights the celebration of ... Read More
4/23/2016

River levels expected to rise this weekend

New Brunswick's Emergency Measures Organization says water levels are expected to rise this weekend, but remain below flood stage. The St. John River is at ... Read More
4/23/2016

Voter information cards are in the mail

More than 570,000 voter information cards are being mailed out to New Brunswickers ahead of the May 9 municipal, district education council and regional health ... Read More
4/23/2016

New maintenance and storage facility for battle tanks opens at Base Gagetown

A new $6.7-million maintenance and storage facility for battle tanks has officially opened at Base Gagetown. The Leopard II Main Battle Tank Maintenance Facility includes ... Read More
4/23/2016

N.B. to rename racially charged 'Negro Brook Road,' eight other landmarks

(CP) - The New Brunswick government is re-naming Negro Brook Road, as the province embarks on a plan to update the names of nine landmarks ... Read More
4/22/2016

**Updated** Boil water order lifted in Woodstock

Woodstock residents can now drink their water without boiling it first. The boil water order that was in effect for parts of the town was ... Read More
4/22/2016

Canadian lynx captured in Fredericton returned to the wild

A Canadian lynx that caused quite a stir in downtown Fredericton last weekend has been returned to the wild. The medium-sized cat was first spotted ... Read More