Sarah Betts is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick based in Fredericton. She is also a journalism student at St. Thomas University.
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UNB signs first recruit to reinstated women's hockey team
Paige Grenier of Olds, Alta., is the first official recruit to the reinstated University of New Brunswick’s women’s hockey team, which will hit the ice next fall after a long battle.
A year later: Jami Springer's family fearful, hopeful as search goes on
It's been a year since Jami Springer vanished — a year of searching, pleading and wondering for her family and friends, who aren't about to stop.
Former daycare owner facing assault charges unfit to stand trial, says Fredericton doctor
Dr. Obioma Ozumba told the court that Mary Jana McCormack, 33, displayed "cognitive difficulties" which kept her from understanding court proceedings and consequences, demonstrating that knowledge and making decisions.
As U.S. and Canada try to solve whale deaths, some ships in gulf break speed limit
Just two weeks after imposing a mandatory speed limit to protect right whales in parts of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Transport Canada says not all ships are heeding it.
Minto fibreglass plant never completely shut down, employees say
More than five months after Minto’s fibreglass plant was shut down because of a lack of work, about a dozen employees have been called back for several short-term projects.
Co-Op Atlantic retirees propose lawsuit to get full pensions back
Retired Co-Op Atlantic employees who lost almost a third of their pensions after the Moncton-based co-operative got into financial trouble have filed a proposed class action seeking payment of the promised benefits.
Cloverdale farmer resorts to long haul after hand-dug well runs dry
While vacationers relax on the beach, John Best spends hours gathering water from a nearby stream in Carleton County because his 100-year-old hand-dug well ran dry during the hot weather.
Bail hearing set for man arrested after standoff with Fredericton police
A Fredericton man, who was arrested after he barricaded himself in a downtown apartment building for seven hours on Thursday evening, appeared in court on Friday.
Lobster fishermen tie up boats in protest after meeting processors about low prices
Maritime fishermen are protesting low prices on lobster.
No limits: Volunteers drive success of soccer group for kids with autism
No Limits Soccer, a group in Fredericton for children with autism, is reaching new goals this summer with the help of a new coach and Dexter Albright — a 17-year-old who wants to prove what "no limits" really means.