Sarah Morin is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick based in Fredericton. Story tip? email@example.com
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14 schools, daycares violated health procedures, food inspection reports reveal
More than 10 schools were found to have at least one major violation or six to nine minor health and safety violations in recent food premises inspections, reports show.
Condiment vandal destroys grass on golf greens with mustard and ketchup
Swear words and pornographic images were carved and dug into several of the Fredericton Golf Club's greens with mustard and ketchup in late July and August.
Newfoundland softball team left in the dark during Airbnb stay
Allison Laite was expecting to have a fun summer vacation with her 12 Newfoundland teammates at a six-day national softball tournament in Moncton. That's until they arrived at their Airbnb.
Online quiz leads partly blind woman to find happiness through art
Ysabelle Vautour was born partly blind impaired and grew up hating painting, but on New Year's Day she started a 365-day art challenge because of an online quiz.
Maggots and rotting food: Single mom starts compost business to support kids
Carolyn Houseman spends her mornings touching other people's rotting food, and she's happy to do it. The single mother of two in Fredericton runs a subscription-based composting business in October.
Large-scale art festival in the works for 2020 in Saint John
An art conference and festival planned for fall 2020 could be the largest one on the East Coast, according to ArtsLink NB. Mark Burnett, the event co-ordinator for ArtsLink, said the conference will show artists how they can make a living through their work.
Dead right whale doesn't appear to have been entangled in fishing gear
A team of about 20 scientists, veterinarians and volunteers are in Grand-Étang, Que., performing a necropsy to find out how a male Atlantic right whale died. It's the seventh of eight whales found dead this year.
Two men die in separate vehicle crashes
Two men died in separate vehicle crashes in New Brunswick on Saturday night and early Sunday morning, Richibucto RCMP say in a news release.
Familiar St. George landmark to be demolished
The red and white striped water tower in St. George that dominates the landscape will be demolished later this summer. Jason Gaudet, chief administrative officer for St. George, said the town is in the process of finding a contractor to tear down the 65-year-old water tower.
Fire destroys couple's home near Bathurst
Two people are out of their home after a fire gutted their single-storey house at 5:30 a.m. on Saturday in Big River, an area south of Bathurst.
Rescuers will attempt to disentangle right whale on Sunday
An unidentified entangled North Atlantic right whale in the Gulf of St. Lawrence was spotted and tagged Friday, according to a research scientist with the New England Aquarium.
2 more North Atlantic right whales found dead, pushing the year's toll to 8
Two more North Atlantic right whales have been found dead in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the seventh and eighth whales to be found dead in Canadian waters this year.
Retirees carve comfort birds to bring peace to people in pain, mourning
Eighty-year-old Bob Clowater sits in his basement surrounded by stacks of wood and the carving tools he uses to make wooden birds for people in pain.
Your guide to what's open and closed Canada Day across New Brunswick
With Canada Day celebrations set to kick off around the province, here's a look at what's open and closed over the long weekend.
152 and counting: New Brunswick celebrates Canada Day
A look at some of the fun festivities in Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton for Canada Day.