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Bob Belyea demonstrates how, with a bit of effort and some foraged materials, he's learned to make new music.
Put away the beach shorts and shades, and get out the mittens. Northern New Brunswick got a snowy surprise on Wednesday.
Codiac Regional RCMP are investigating a report of a man carrying two long guns in a residential Moncton neighbourhood on Tuesday night.
NB Power has confirmed that more than 8,000 customers are without power Wednesday afternoon after high winds and rain pummelled the province.
The city of Fredericton is getting a new main stage in its historic Officers’ Square as part of its redesign.
The Saint John Parking Commission is expanding its new paperless, on-street parking system in the uptown, with the eventual goal of doing away with its remaining antiquated parking meters.
The body of an 84-year-old man from Landry Office, who had been reported missing last week, has been found, say RCMP.
Fishing boats under the Maritime Aboriginal Peoples Council will be outfitted with gear that will provide location information as well as weather, water and bottom conditions at sea.
The City of Moncton is hoping more people will want to walk, carpool or take public transit when the new downtown events centre opens in September.
Nineteen trees are being removed from Officers' Square because of construction and revitalization plans.
Saint John city councillors have agreed to steps that will take some transport truck traffic off one west side residential street and place it on another.
When New Brunswickers are relaxing in the sun this summer, they may look down to find a new, brightly coloured friend climbing up their legs.
For decades, there were rumours that stocks of Agent Orange had been buried at CFB Gagetown. One former soldier tells CBC News he saw it happen.
Robert Thomas scored the winner on the power play as the Hamilton Bulldogs edged the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 3-2 on Tuesday in the Memorial Cup round-robin finale for both teams.
The Gallant government has been rapped on the knuckles for pre-empting a local school board's decision-making process for closing a small rural school.
A Minto company hired by the provincial government to pick up flood debris in the Grand Lake region has been inundated with work.
If you ever wanted to contribute to medicine without the seven-plus years of study, the Horizon Health Network has an opportunity for you.
The New Brunswick government will add 12 charging stations to parks and tourist attractions in a province where, as of last September, fewer than 100 electric cars are registered.
The Dieppe velodrome, which has hosted four national championships since 2011, has been closed for safety reasons.