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Fire Stations Thank Community for Support After Fires

| August 28, 2014

“It’s been quite a roller coaster ride really,” said Nackawic fire chief William Hopkins. From grief to gratitude…the fire chiefs in both Nackawic and Millville are thankful for an overwhelming amount of support after two devastating fires. “People have been outrageously good to us and we’re appreciative,” said Millville fire chief Justin McGuigan. It’s been […]

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Millville Fire Hall, Village Office Burn Monday Morning, Second Fire in York County in A Week

| July 28, 2014

It’s dejavu in York County… Monday morning was the second time in just a week that flames tore through a fire hall and village office in that part of New Brunswick. “It’s quite a loss to the community..everybody’s still in shock I think it hasn’t really set in,” said resident Jeff Mills. Not much is […]

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Man Drives Truck Into Nackawic Fire Hall, Damages Building and Equipment

| July 21, 2014

Richard Barrow has fought fires with the Nackawic Fire Department for forty years. In all that time he has never battled one like he did Monday morning. “On our our own house it’s a different story altogether. Just devastating to come down here and see that,” he said. Nackawic Fire Chief William Hopkins says it was around […]

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Petit Sault Brewers

| July 18, 2014

A local brewery, that is brewing for local people. That is the idea behind Petit Sault Brewers here in Edmundston, a project that started as an idea that snow balled into a massive amount of support from the community.  “When we started we were a few friends talking about the possibility of starting a brewery […]

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Arthur and the Local Spirit

| July 15, 2014

After a week some people in New Brunswick are still dealing with the effects of Arthur, it hit the town of Nackawic, and surrounding communities extremely hard. Trees were taken down all over the community and with power just coming back on over the weekend for many, it became a real problem. Local resident Marilyn […]

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