Oct. 7, 1948: Capital Theatre front being modernized
Malagash United hosts successful pot luck supper
L.A. Animal Shelter yard sale and open house in July 7
Welcoming gateway signage coming to Aulac, Cape Jourimain, province’s other entry points
Joggins Fossil Centre celebrates 10th Anniversary as World Heritage Site on Saturday
Russell Wangersky: Of peace, calm and other elusive things
Google Doodle honours Viola Desmond on civil rights leader's birthday
Competing in a local market
Big Block Dog walk on June 26 in downtown Amherst
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Veteran Amherst doctor fears for hospital's regional status
Amherst Police bring back bike patrols for summer
Near miss for Nova Scotia from tropical storm Chris
Emera withdrawing from ownerless Cape Sharp project
Emera is withdrawing from its ownership stake in Cape Sharp Power as the latter falls in violation of the Fisheries Act. On Monday the parent company of Nova Scotia Power told OpenHydro and its provisional liquidator that it is withdrawing from ...
Amherst Police offering Book of Condolence
AMHERST – The Amherst Police Department would like to invite the public to share their thoughts in a book of condolences for the families, friends & colleagues of 2 fallen Fredericton Officers. The two officers, 45-year-old Lawrence ...
Coldspring Head residents assist in seal rescue
NORTHPORT, N.S. – Allie Halliday doesn’t consider herself a seal whisperer, but she was part of an effort Saturday at Coldspring Head that saw an injured seal rescued by a volunteer with the Hope Wildlife Centre. “It was amazing, ...
How bad is emergency care in Cumberland County?
PUGWASH, N.S. – Dave Farley remembers a time going to the emergency room didn’t involve a guessing game. Farley recently took his wife to the ER at North Cumberland Memorial Hospital in Pugwash because he was afraid she was developing ...
Former head of Atlantic Police Academy remembers officer killed in Fredericton
SUMMERSIDE - The former head of the Atlantic Police Academy says he was broken up over the news that one of his former students was a victim of the deadly shooting in Fredericton. In an interview with The Guardian, former executive director ...
Fredericton mayor says community will heal as Brookside neighbours express shock
FREDERICTON, N.B. - One day after a tragic shooting that left four dead, Fredericton Mayor Mike O’Brien said the city was beginning to heal. "This is day two in a hard time in the city of Fredericton,” O’Brien said during a ...
Vigil held near site of Fredericton shooting
FREDERICTON, N.B. - On Friday night, more than 200 people gathered at a vigil near the site of the morning’s shooting. Religious leaders quickly pulled together the event, held at Saint John the Evangelist Anglican Church, as a way to allow ...
Fredericton man charged with first-degree murder in connection with shooting
FREDERICTON - A 48-year-old man has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder in a shooting that left two police officers and two civilians dead in New Brunswick's capital on Friday morning. Matthew Vincent Raymond of Fredericton is ...
'It has been a very difficult day' — Fredericton police chief
Four people were killed early Friday morning in a shooting in a residential area of north-end Fredericton. Two of the people who died were Fredericton police officers. A 48-year-old Fredericton man is in custody. “This is the worst moment ...
Fredericton residents shocked shooting happened in their hometown
FREDERICTON, N.B. - Penny Klepick does not plan on changing her jogging route. Reached late afternoon as she was out for a jog, Klepick first heard the news early Friday morning while she was at work. She lives two blocks away from the 200 block ...