Happy Friday the 13th! Here are your headlines in the news today: New Brunswick has hired more than 170 nurses in hard-to-fill positions. A new committee has been greenlit to go over the salaries and benefits of the Province’s MLAs. 176 nicotine patches were seized at the Dorchester Penitentiary last month. A new trust fund
Matt Baxter, former CHSR employee, radio host, volunteer, and current Secretary on CHSR’s Board of Directors, has been keeping busy and we’re super proud of him.
CHSR will be broadcasting ALL 8 GAMES of the upcoming CIS Nationals Men’s Hockey tournament!
On the show this week: Front Page Out of This World Not As It Seems After Death Extras CQ: For space exploration, which should we work on first: completely autonomous robots or better ways to deliver humans? Full list of 32 articles after the jump! Front Page: Let’s just start here, and see if we […]
Listen in to hear what was happening in the Fredericton local music scene the weekend on March 14th to March 16th. Sleepy Driver announce they’ll have new music soon Anniversary of Jayde Hunter’s death XWA Brain Bash at The Playhouse The Waking Night announce first show in 4 months Maiden Names now on Instagram (maiden_names)
A good evening to all our listeners! We are catching up to the last 2 4 episodes in 1 post. August 7th – Apologies, I forgot what we talked about in this episode. August 14th – The pre-Summerslam episode where we had our predictions for the event, with the help of a betting site to […]
Body of missing man discovered 3 years later, woman’s death ruled a murder Student hoping for gift of life Judge dismisses sexual exploitation charge RCMP confirms fire at construction site arson Conservatives launch gun registry ad campaign N.Koreans told to rally behind ‘Great Successor’ Egypt’s Tahrir clashes continue Helping the homeless ‘I’m so proud to
Man assaulted while attempting to stop break and enter, McDougal Lake, NB Dying Winnipeg woman denied CFB Gagetown Agent Orange payout MacLean’s rank Saint John sexual assault capital Liberals questioning government in delay on nursing home replacements New Brunswickers not as charitable as other provinces Two Fredericton universities chartering buses for students Dieppe church offering
Man killed in ATV crash, Pennfield Ridge, NB Teen in serious condition after single vehicle crash, Bloomfield, NB Saint John teen sentenced to two years, manslaughter Businesses affected by Acadian Lines lockout Cornell Prof urges Maritimes to be careful with shale gas Official Language project stalls review Performing Arts NB closing First female commander in
Alcohol banned in Harrington Hall, STU Two arrests in Elsipogtog for prescription drug trafficking RCMP released sketch of suspect in home invasion Three people arrested in Rothesay in connection with prescription drug trafficking Police investigating two suspicious fires No tax hike in 2012 for Fredericton Beaverbrook Art Gallery receiving grants and tax breaks Rally for
Acadian Bus Lines gives 72 hour strike notice Gregg Centre loses $120,000 grant The Kids are Alright playing at head hall tonight Gregg Centre 11th Annual Graham Lecture tonight Oromocto Food Bank receives land from city Grand Falls assault suspect arrested Provincial gov’t cutting back on MLAs Man arrested for stealing fracking gear RCMP and
RCMP release name of drowning victim, Letang, N.B. Two men arrested in connection with ATV thefts, Gauvreau, N.B. Egyptian police battle protesters, dozens dead Hundreds protest hydro-fracking in Fredericton Occupiers told to move by Nov. 25 Occupy Fredericton Teach-Ins – Protest and Performance by Robin Whittaker, Fine Arts Dawson Student Union lends voice to movement
A Fredericton fire leaves residents homeless and sends firefighter to hospital NB man dies after abandoning capsized fishing boat Pedestrian killed, hit & run in Prince of Wales Elderly woman injured after hit and run Hundreds show up to protest hydro-fracking Man arrested after drug seize in Landry Office, NB Health cuts leave rural communities
CHSR is proud to announce the return of newscasts! Tune in at 8am, noon and 5pm each weekday to hear a news update. Our news team is gearing up to bring you updates from across the three campuses, around our community, throughout the province and across the world! Interested in getting involved? We could use
Fredericton man missing since Saturday Police are currently looking for Fredericton man, Matt Sloan. He was last scene downtown at the Harvest Jazz and Blue Festival. There was no indication that he was going to leave the area. He is about five feet 10 inches and weighs about 190 pounds. Public are asked to contact
RCMP find two dead in northern N.B. home RCMP are investigating after the suspicious deaths of two people in northern New Brunswick. Police responded to a residence in Charlo on Saturday evening after a family member called them concerned about the two. After their arrival, police found the bodies of a man and a woman
Motorists asked to be patient during bridge closure Motorists are being asked to continue with their co-operation amidst the closure of the Princess Margaret Bridge. That message from Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Claude Williams as he toured the bridge yesterday (Wednesday). Due to wet weather over the summer, the bridge opening has been delayed until
Teen arrested after drug seizure in Noonan A teen has been arrested in connection with a marijuana seizure outside of the city. RCMP from the Oromocto area executed a search warrant at a home in Noonan on Sunday. During the search, they seized around 30 kilograms of cannabis marijuana and well as marijuana plants and
Riverview daycare reopens after explosion A Riverview daycare that was involved in an explosion and fire late last year reopened today. The children and staff at Country Kids Daycare were welcomed to a brand new building. The explosion happened back on November 9 of last year at just before 3:30 p.m. There were 20 children
Suspicious fire near Hartland leads to drug seizure Officials in a small community near Hartland are investigating after a suspected arson last week. The fire happened on Thursday in Ashland and involved the burning of a two-storey home. That fire also lead to the seizure of around 1,000 methamphetamine pills. Two males, aged 21 and
Teens given discharge after OHS assault RCMP become flaggers to nab seatbelt violators Minimum wage not increasing today Hurricane Irene forces gas prices up CHSR News is available online, whenever you need it! Just look to the left side of your page and click on “Hear the News!” To ‘like’ CHSR-FM on Facebook, click here!
Police looking for alleged robbery suspect Over 50% of accident victims not wearing seatbelt Moncton senior survives fall from horse Sussex RCMP investigate serious crash CHSR News is available online, whenever you need it! Just look to the left side of your page and click on “Hear the News!” To ‘like’ CHSR-FM on Facebook, click
EMO advises N.B. to brace for Hurricane Irene Man charged with fraud at Oromocto car dealer Man arrested at Sussex flea market Little movement with gas prices this week CHSR News is available online, whenever you need it! Just look to the left side of your page and click on “Hear the News!” To ‘like’
Jack Layton dies after second battle with cancer Two teens arrested following arsons Fredericton Police investigate theft and arson Man charged after seismic equipment stolen CHSR News is available online, whenever you need it! Just look to the left side of your page and click on “Hear the News!” To ‘like’ CHSR-FM on Facebook, click