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Could be Friday or weekend before power fully restored in Cumberland County
It could be several days before power is fully restored across Cumberland County. Mike Johnson, the county’s EMO co-ordinator, said that as of noon Tuesday there are still 9,000 or so people without power in various areas of the county. He ...
A wedding to remember thanks to Dorian: Newlyweds and families stay at Thinker’s Lodge during hurricane
Jenna and Tim Ellis have a story to tell about their wedding. Not only was it on the grounds of historic Thinker’s Lodge, but their ‘unofficial’ honeymoon was spent in the dark in the lodge during hurricane Dorian that hit the ...
Can't outrun light: police use high-tech tools to fight speeding
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Fredericton says good-bye to fallen officers
FREDERICTON, N.B. – A pair of Fredericton police officers were remembered Saturday during a regimental funeral for their sense of duty, honour and commitment to serving and protecting the community. Constables Robb Costello and Sara Burns ...
Humboldt crash rekindles memories of another crash for Amherst junior hockey community
AMHERST, N.S. – Corey Crocker spent much of the weekend reaching out to former teammates and players. The crash that killed 15 members of the Humboldt Broncos team and staff brought back a lot of memories for the former coach and GM of ...
The Weather Network predicts ‘average’ summer in Atlantic Canada
The Weather Network released its summer forecast on Wednesday and indications are it’s going to be a pretty normal summer for most of Atlantic Canada. “We expect the southern half of the Maritimes to be a little warmer than normal, but in general we ...