2 hrs ago
USA Reveals Summer Schedule of New & Returning Dramas; First Look at SATISFACTION
USA Network, the #1 network in all of cable for eight years running, will serve up its hottest summer ever with four returning series and two new dramas.
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6 hrs ago
Website puts New Brunswickers' health under the microscope
How do you measure up? The new report reflects healthy eating, physical activity and the use of alcohol and tobacco in 33 areas of New Brunswick.
11 hrs ago
Canada to end tankers linked to Quebec explosion
Canada said Wednesday it was phasing out the type of rail tankers involved in last summer's massive explosion of a runaway oil train that incinerated much of a town in Quebec, killing 47 people and prompting intense public pressure to make oil trains safer.
15 hrs ago
Raleigh Co. Sheriff's Office seeks suspect of armed robbery
The armed robbery happened at Smith's Corner Packette on Stanaford Road in Piney View around 9:45 p.m. Tuesday, according to officers.
17 hrs ago
Truro Daily News
Bass River gearing up for busy spring
The West Nova Nighthawks girls' volleyball team came out on top, winning first place at a tournament held on Apr. 12 at West Colchester Consolidated School in Bass River.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Rambler Ships More High Grade Copper Concentrate to International Markets
Rambler Metals and Mining plc today announces that it has delivered approximately 8,925 wet metric tonnes , the largest shipment to date, of copper and gold concentrate from Goodyear's Cove, NL Canada.
Flood-ravaged roads creating problems for N.B. residents
Roads that are ripped up due to last weekend's flooding in parts of New Brunswick continue to inconvenience many residents, some of whom are still out of their homes.
The Chronicle Herald
Preliminary inquiry in Saunders murder case set for July
Blake Leggette, charged with first-degree murder in the death of Loretta Saunders, is escorted into Halifax provincial court Tuesday.
Blocked culvert causes $1M of damage in Notre-Dame
A blocked culvert caused roughly $1 million worth of damage in the southeastern community of Notre-Dame.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
From our archives: Modest Alistair MacLeod is the bard of Cape Breton
Editor's note: Chronicle Herald reporter Bruce Erskine interviewed Alistair MacLeod in September 1996, when MacLeod was still at work on a novel tentatively titled No Great Mischief If They Fall.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Ice jams, rising water levels fuel flood fears in N.B
Province has been on flood watch for days and many people are being encouraged to leave their homes, Matthew Bingley reports Ice jams and high water levels continue to be a major concern in areas of New Brunswick as the Red Cross has been registering people who have voluntarily left their homes in both eastern and western parts of the province.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Border buddies team up on holiday plan
If you're planning a trip to New Brunswick or the northeastern United States this year, then tourism officials say pack your passport and enjoy a Two-Nation Vacation.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Wed Apr 16, 2014
SWN Resources proposing test wells in New Brunswick, but no fracking for now
The company at the centre of a fracking controversy in New Brunswick said Wednesday it hopes to drill four test wells next year that will help determine the location of shale gas deposits in Queens and Kent counties.
SWN plans exploratory wells in Queens, Kent counties
SWN Resources Canada intends to drill four exploratory wells in the next phase of its exploration program for potential shale gas development in New Brunswick.
Rottweiler owner has hard time getting home insurance
A farm owner in South Shore Montrgie says he wants to offer a cautionary tale for other homeowners after his application for home insurance was rejected by several companies because of his Rottweilers.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Contract awarded for road work in Baie Verte and Bay d'Espoir areas
The contracts were announced back in March as part of the province's early tendering process which was meant to get work done more quickly than previous years.
Bexhill in Bloom 2014 launch
Held at the Bagnall Room in Sackville Road on Saturday, the showcase included a display of plants sponsored by Bloomers in Western Road and was officially opened by Brett McLean after a talk from local council chairman Ian Jenkins.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Sponsored Content: Native American Festival set to return for 3rd year in St. Ignace
The 3rd Annual Native American Festival is set for May 24 and 25, where you will be able to further educate yourself and celebrate Native American traditions and culture.
Province selling 4 Petitcodiac River homes to recoup funds
Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Claude Williams said the four buildings that were bought next to the Petitcodiac River will be sold.