Gary Moore is a video journalist based in Fredericton.
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Atlantic bubble reunites border communities
With the Atlantic bubble officially opened, border communities in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia are reaping the benefits.
More than 17K vehicles entered N.B. on first day of Atlantic bubble
More than 17,000 personal and commercial vehicles crossed into New Brunswick on the first day of the Atlantic bubble, according to provincial numbers.
Movie buffs can head back to some theatres starting Friday
Movie-goers can start heading back to some theatres in New Brunswick on Friday for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown started.
New Brunswick businesses get ready for Atlantic bubble customers
New Brunswick businesses are preparing for the Atlantic borders to reopen on July 3.
Locals gather to celebrate the return of Gagetown ferry
The Gagetown ferry is back in service after more than 4 years.
New food market couldn't come at a better time for Fredericton-area vendors
A new food market in Fredericton gives a home for many vendors that were forced to close because of COVID-19.
Fredericton's beloved 'broccoli tree' in Odell Park to be removed
A popular tree in Odell Park needs to be removed, according to the City of Fredericton. The white pine known as the 'broccoli tree' was severely damaged in an intense thunderstorm earlier this month.
Fredericton baseball players back on the field
Fredericton minor baseball has resumed with practices and tryouts, but no games for now.
This fall won't be the first time for staggered classes in N.B.
Students who attended Alexander Gibson Memorial School in the mid-'60s remember a school year of staggered start times.
Farmers market reopens, but it's a different experience now
Fredericton's Boyce Farmers Market reopened on Sunday, though it wasn't the usual experience.
Saint Andrews has change of heart, welcomes back visitors in hopes of driving summer traffic
After asking visitors to stay away, the seaside resort town of Saint Andrews is welcoming visitors back once again and making changes to its downtown in hopes of salvaging the summer tourist season.
Fredericton emergency shelter moves out of high school
Fredericton's out-of-the-cold shelter moved into Fredericton High School in March once the coronavirus restrictions came into place to provide more space for people who needed a place to stay.
Some N.B. tattoo artists ready to get back to work, but some will wait
New Brunswick tattoo artists are able to reopen studios now that the province has moved to the yellow stage of its COVID-19 recovery plan.
N.B. gets a trim after COVID-19 lockdown
New Brunswick moved into the next phase of recovery on Friday, allowing salons and barbershops to reopen.
New Frederictonian calls state of historical landmark 'embarrassing,' city considers fix
Thomas Gonder moved to Fredericton from Toronto in January. He said the site of the Old Burial Ground is embarrassing to the City of Fredericton.