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SUSSEX • A creek that has suffered erosion over a few years is raising concerns for Sussex, as continued damage could compromise the safety of a train track that runs right above it.
Trout Creek, which flows through Sussex, Sussex Corner and empties in the Kennebecasis River, has succumbed to Mother Nature's many storms over the years, including the Jan. 12 and 13 flooding.
“What’s happening is over the next couple of storms, it’s going to…
The Ontario man who led RCMP officers on a car chase and a day-long run through the woods and swamp of Carleton County last August pleaded guilty to all charges in the middle of his trial.
Johnathan Watson, 29, of Slate Cresent in Ajax, Ont. was in Woodstock provincial court for a trial on five charges relating to an Aug. 17 incident near Hartland.
The trial began Wednesday with RCMP Const. Mark Ferguson taking the stand and testifying…
The Holland Tunnel. The Lincoln Tunnel. The Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine Tunnel … the Napan Tunnel?
According to new details from Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Bill Fraser, the sleepy farming community located just south of Miramichi will be the site of a big dig that will ultimately establish what is believed to be the first project of its kind in New Brunswick.
The tunnel – which would carry traffic along Route 11 underneath the…
After more than two years of operation, The Brick store in Edmundston will close in early March.
Located at the Gray Rock Power Centre, the furniture store – which opened in December 2015 – is holding a liquidation sale following a decision in January.
Joanna Bernard, President and CEO of the Madawaska Maliseet Economic Development Corporation (MMEDC), said Internet sales have been a factor in the decision to close the store.
If you're a student, there are some changes in the Canadian tax rules that could apply to you.
The 2017 federal budget extended eligibility for the Tuition Tax Credit to fees paid for occupational skills courses - which are not at a post-secondary school level - offered at a post-secondary educational institution in Canada, if the individual is 16 or older at the end of the year, and enrolled at the institution in a program to obtain or…
It’s all about keeping the faith.
The co-founders of Fredericton's Truth Anchor Technologies say they're not being scared off by the wild fluctuations happening now with Bitcoin.
Jason Merrett, who, with Michel Guitard and Mitch Airey, recently created the company to help private investors and wealth management firms acquire and trade the much-hyped – and lately much-maligned – online currency.
Despite Bitcoin's rapid fall in value in recent…
BEIJING • Global markets fell sharply on Tuesday following a volatile day in U.S. trading, renewing questions about whether the long-running global stock rally is heading for a rout and potentially testing President Donald Trump.
The hard tumble began Tuesday in Asia. Japan's Nikkei stock index closed down nearly 4.7 per cent, recovering from a precipitous 7 per cent plunge earlier in the day. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index closed down 5.1 per…
Moncton Wildcats captain Nicholas Welsh is in select company.
The 20-year-old is making his mark as just the 12th defenceman to have a 50-point season for Moncton, a franchise that's in its 23rd season in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. With nine games remaining, it's a good bet he will finish among the top five offensive seasons for a defenceman in Wildcats history.
"I had no idea about that, but it's pretty cool," he said. "Obviously,…
Moncton Rallye Motors Nissan Flyers head coach John DeCourcey is becoming the king of understatements.
"I think we're trending in the right direction," he said. "I think we've been playing really well since early January. We feel good about how things are going for our team."
Moncton, 26-6-2-0, has clinched first overall in the New Brunswick/P.E.I. Major Midget Hockey League and it has allowed just 16 goals against on a current 11-game winning…
Making a splash isn't new for one of Bathurst's top swimmers, but she's made one of her biggest yet since since joining Memorial University of Newfoundland women's swim team at the start of the 2017-18 Atlantic University Sport season.
In a short period of time Jasmine Foran has broken an AUS swimming record, been named the Atlantic University Sport women's swimmer of the year and brought home some winning hardware at the 2018 Subway AUS…
Jason Davidson calls bull riding the ultimate contest between man and beast.
"Nobody likes to see anybody get hurt, but nobody wants to miss it either," said Davidson, a former professional bullfighter and current director of events on the Professional Bull Riders Canada series.
"You're talking about a 150, 160-pound bull rider and they're tying their hand to a 1,400 to 1,600 or 1,700-pound animal that's going to do everything in its power to…
The thing about a bad reputation is that it's easy to get and hard to get rid of.
When it comes to economic development, the Village of Salisbury is starting to find that out the hard way.
Last October, village council voted to deny Gerrie Dangremond's application to rezone her family's property from Residential to Rural in order to keep two horses. The dispute is currently before the courts.
The repercussions of that case are starting to be felt…
Driving range proposal following rules
I am writing regarding your front-page article of Feb. 21 ("Zoning issues prove a swing and a miss"), alluding to zoning issues in the Village of Salisbury.
First, I will state that I support the entrepreneurial spirit of MarkPallen and the development of a driving range on his property. I also agree with the planning commission that this would be a “good use of this land preserving it from more impactful…
Lest you missed it last Thursday when the federal government unveiled it, Canada is in the midst of an economic development ‘innovation agenda’ that’s being depicted as a supercluster tsunami.
‘Supercluster’ is their word — mandatory spin doctor exaggeration. ‘Tsunami’ is my word to remind that powerful things also come with potential for damage.
Add the word ‘technology’ and you have the notion that it can be used to spur regional…
by Michael de Adder
Vance Joy had a big hit all over the world in 2013 with the unlikely but impossibly catchy ukulele-driven pop ditty "Riptide," and that helped him sell nearly 2 million copies of his debut album, Dream Your Life Away.
The song also helped land him one mighty high-profile fan in Taylor Swift. She covered "Riptide" and ended up inviting the Australian artist to come along as the opening act on her massively successful world tour in support of her…
PG. Violence, Not Recommended for Young Children
Starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Winston Duke, Sterling K. Brown, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker and Andy Serkis
Screenplay by Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole
Directed by Ryan Coogler
Runtime: 134 minutes
Doug's Grade: A
It has been nearly 20 years since Blade became the first blockbuster superhero film with a…
While New Brunswick bluesman Matt Andersen is no stranger to the road, he admits he’s been in a bit of a strange place since before the Christmas holidays: He’s been at home.
“So far, this year has been pretty low key. It’s been weird being in the same time zone for more than a week,” Andersen told the Times & Transcript earlier this week, speaking in advance of his shows at Moncton’s Tide & Boar Ballroom this Saturday night.
Former reality star turned White House aide turned reality star Omarosa is still going strong – and spilling tea – as a contestant on Celebrity Big Brother.
On Monday night's episode Omarosa, who previously declared on the show that she wouldn't vote for Donald Trump again "in a million years," said that a Mike Pence administration would actually be worse.
"As bad as ya'll think Trump is you should be worried about Pence," said Omarosa. "So…
Rachel Bernard remembers Rebecca Schofield as a person who loved to play practical jokes, finding good puns and did whatever it took to make people smile.
"She was happy go lucky and she just had this positive infectious outlook on life," said Bernard.
Bernard, close friends with Becca's parents, said she had the honour and the privilege of watching Becca grow up.
"The person that you saw in front of cameras and on social media is exactly who she…
Jeremiah and Shannon Stewart soon hope to fill what they say is a glaring gap in the support systems available to less fortunate people in their community.
Through Shannon's chaplain work at the New Brunswick Youth Centre corrections facility, the Miramichi couple often see women and young people struggling to rebuild their lives or plan for their futures after leaving custody.
The Stewarts say more homelessness and addictions programs are…
Shown is an Allardville hockey team from the early to mid 1950's. The four Roy's shown in the photo are brothers.
Back from left: Charles Roy, Stephen Duguay, Gérard Roy, Louis Guignard, Louis Duguay, Stephane Lanteigne, Edmond Duguay, Ephrem Lanteigne, Reginald "Jackie" Gallant and Father Louis Lamontagne.
Front row: Armand Roy, Armand Landry, Léandre Roy and Alfred Matle.
Frank and Mary Hawkes of Essex, Ontario, are the proud owners of a restored 1936 Ford Cabriolet which Frank rescued from the bottom of a river in southwestern Ontario over 40 years ago.
It was 1961 when a teenager took the car for a joy ride and lost control of it. The car plunged into a river, the driver drowned, and the car sank to the bottom and stayed there for 10 years or more.
In the early '70s, the Township decided that the river needed to…
Ever wonder what it's like to fly?
Some of the cast members of the upcoming Moncton production of Mary Poppins got a taste of feeling weightless during a rehearsal at the Capitol Theatre on Thursday.
With less than 10 days until opening night, director Marshall Button and his cast are finetuning the musical – and that includes learning to fly.
Button knew from the beginning that flying would be an element in the show.
Matt Minglewood may be best known as a Cape Bretoner but he still considers himself a New Brunswicker.
"I'm a Monctonian. I grew up in Moncton and a lot of my friends and relatives still live there. I still have a lot of connections there," Minglewood said Monday. He was born in Moncton on Jan. 31, 1947.
Minglewood, one of Atlantic Canada's best-known performers, was among the nominees announced Monday for this year's East Coast Music Awards. He…