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The Provincial Giovernment has brought in a regulation requiring the daily playing of O Canada at all schools in the province. The move follows a dispute earlier this year when the principal at...

Post date: June 19, 2009

A woman who crashed into a Moose on Route 114 Wednesday night has been identified. Someone who heard the description of the victim and her 1990 Pontiac car on the radio contacted police with a...

Post date: June 19, 2009

For the seventh week in a row......it is going to cost you more to put gasoline in your vehicle. The Energy and Utilities Board has released it's weekly price schedule which shows the maximum price...

Post date: June 18, 2009

The St Stephen mayor says there are rules that have to be follow when the bylaw officer gets a complaint.Jed Purcell tell tide news you have to make an applications to organize a event involving loud...

Post date: June 18, 2009

This years Third Annual Motorcylce Show and Shine at the border cafe on Milltown Blvd did not turn out the way they wanted it to.The town bylaw officer told them to shut it down because the music was...

Post date: June 18, 2009

The provincial government is moving ahead with paving the rest of Route 1 approaching the St. Stephen and Calais Border.Transportation Minister Denis Landry tells Tide News, a $1.5 million dollar...

Post date: June 17, 2009

New for June17/098:48A 60 year old man was rushed to hospital yesterday after falling into a tub of disinfectant chemicals at a fish farm. The accident happened at 4:30 p.m at Cooke Aquaculture in St...

Post date: June 17, 2009

  The provincial Coalition for Pay Equity says the province needs to continue it's movement towards pay equity.  The minister responsible for the status of women, Mary Schryer, has announced the...

Post date: June 11, 2009

  Education Minister Kelly Lamrock's days are numbered.This according to Tory leader David Alward, who tells Tide News, to expect several changes in the Graham government when the legislature closes....

Post date: June 11, 2009

  With sunshine in the forecast for the weekend, it looks like driving weather this weekend, but it will cost you. The price of regular self-serve gasoline has gone up to 99.7 cents a litre, plus a...

Post date: June 11, 2009

  Some great news today for employees in  Baileyville and surrounding areas. The Governor of Maine announced today that the Domtar pulp mill in Woodland will resume production. Since the first week...

Post date: June 11, 2009

  The Chair of Public Safety and Environment says that everything was done that could be done and there was no immediate danger from last nights gas leak. Councillor Robert Tinker tells Tide news  a...

Post date: June 10, 2009

  Many residents concerned over the natural gas leak here in St Stephen last night.Tim Horton's had to be evacuated for about an hour. Dave Charlson General manager of Embridge Gas tells Tide news in...

Post date: June 10, 2009

  2009-06-1006:25:46SOME TENSE MOMENTS LAST NIGHT AFTER EMERGENCY OFFICIALS WERE ON SCENE TO A NATURAL GAS LEAK HERE IN ST STEPHEN. Evacuation of Tim Horton's AND A 90 METER RADIUS HAD TO BE ...

Post date: June 10, 2009

  RCMP in St. Stephen responded to a report of an assault which occurred on Milltown Blvd. Complainant did not wish to pursue criminal charges. RCMP in St. Stephen assisted local fire departments...

Post date: June 10, 2009

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