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The Town of St. Stephen would like to advise that the town water will be shut off today (Tuesday, Oct 6th) from 9:30am to 4pm on Pleasant Street, from Milltown Blvd. to Green Street, Including Green...

Post date: October 06, 2009

An industrial accident late last week has left one man at the Regional in serious condition. St. George RCMP tell us they were called to a barge near a salmon cage on Friday afternoon around one o'...

Post date: October 05, 2009

The Archbishop of Halifax says it's important for parishioners to realize that priests can also be sinners. Anthony Mancini read a two-page letter at Sunday mass yesterday in Halifax. It was the...

Post date: October 05, 2009

The Graham Government are celebrating it's third anniversary of being sworn in.Premier Shawn Graham is looking back on the governments accomplishments, and says it's greatest achievement to date is...

Post date: October 05, 2009

 Want to decorate a bra for a great cause? Curves in Calais, Maine is doing a fundraiser in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The event is called Bras for the Cause. Members or...

Post date: October 05, 2009

St Stephen Town Council has received an application to re-zone property at 23 St. Stephen Drive near the third bridge crossing off highway one to construct a new tax and duty free shop. The Old...

Post date: October 05, 2009

To kick off fire prevention week , the Fire Departments in Charlotte County are reminding children the importance of Fire Safety. The official launch took place Saturday at the St. Andrews Fire...

Post date: October 05, 2009

Today students and teachers from St. Stephen Elementary School along with parents and guardians took part in their annual Terry Fox Run in St. Stephen.  Students walked through the streets of St....

Post date: October 02, 2009

Now that Moose Hunting Season is done for another year, how many people are or already have some meat tucked away in their deep freeze. The Department of Natural Resources tells us, preliminary...

Post date: October 02, 2009

(Superintendent Keith Pierce, File Photo)After eleven years working in the same office his last day is today. School District Ten superintendent Keith Pierce will continuing working with the...

Post date: October 02, 2009

(Transportation Minister Denis Landry, File Photo)Transportation Minister Denis Landry announced yesterday that a tender has been called for Phase II of the project to Start this fall the...

Post date: October 02, 2009

A Moores Mills man on trial for first-degree murder in the stabbing death of an infant has changed his plea to guilty. Twenty-eight-year-old Rodney Miller entered the plea yesterday and was given an...

Post date: October 02, 2009

(Photo ,Courtesy from Cooke Aquaculture )Four Saint John based companies and one in Black's Harbor are in the ranks of the top 101 businesses in Atlantic Canada.The rankings are published in the...

Post date: October 02, 2009

A man accused of fatally stabbing a newborn in the heart has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder. Rodney Miller entered the plea today after the Crown finished its closing arguments. The 28-year-...

Post date: October 01, 2009

A cool, wet summer has resulted in fewer fruits and berries than normal in the province -- and that means many animals are looking elsewhere for a meal. There have been a number of reports of bears,...

Post date: October 01, 2009

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