• Town of Hartland - Emergency Measures Group

    Town of Hartland - Emergency Measures Group, activated to level 1 - Enhanced Monitoring as of March 15, 2019, due to the predicted ice movement along the Saint John River.This is a precautionary measure, so we can ensure appropriate monitoring and continual communication with NB EMO for the coming weeks. We are asking all members of the Public to register online for the Town's Citizen Alert System (CAS) and continually monitor NB EMO, NB 511, River Watch, local radio stations and Town of Hartland Facebook post for updates.
  • WHS Boys Hockey Team

    WHS Boys Hockey Team defeated Tantramar 7-3 on the road and are Regional Champs! PROVINCIAL SCHEDULE IS SET! LOTS OF HOCKEY THIS WEEKEND IN CARLETON COUNTY! NBIAA has set the schedule for provincials this upcoming weekend. Both A and AA High School Boys Provincials will be held in Carleton County between two rinks: Hartland and Florenceville-Bristol. Action will begin Friday, March 22. Below is Woodstock Thunder Schedule for the weekend. Friday, March 22 - 8:00pm vs Aux Quatre Vents (Florenceville-Bristol) Saturday, March 23 - 1:00pm vs Tantramar (Florenceville-Bristol) Saturday, March 23 - 8:00pm vs Louis Mailloux (Florenceville-Bristol) Prices: Students - $4 Adults - $6 Weekend Pass - $20 Woodstock Thunder will be competing for the AA banner and Hartland Huskies will be competing for the single A! Lots of good hockey to come!!! Mark it on your calendar and come on out and make some noise to show your support for these local athletes!!!! GO THUNDER GO!!!!
  • Easter Craft Fair

    Easter craft fair on Friday April 12 from 7 am to 5 pm at Upper River Valley Hospital. There are 15 tables of vendors . Baking, leggings, wood signs, wood crafts, Avon, epicure, Tupperware, soap, sea glass jewelry crochet, and much more.
  • Hartland Huskies

    The Hartland Huskies will host the A and AA boys provincials March 22-24 at the Hartland arena and Northern Carleton Civic Centre in Florenceville-Bristol. It will be a round-robin tournament with the top 2 teams from each division going to the championship games on Sunday. Results will be posted on social media:
  • One man temporarily homeless after fire destroys home near Woodstock

    One person is temporarily homeless after fire destroyed a house in Brighton over the weekend.
  • CJ104 Crime of the Week

    The Crime Stoppers New Brunswick Crime of the Week is brought to you by Keenan Construction, The Concrete and Excavation Experts, in Woodstock.
  • Facebook announces changes to political advertising to meet new federal rules

    Facebook is launching a new advertisement library that will capture detailed information about political ads targeted at voters in Canada, including who pays for them and whom they target.
  • Air Canada suspends financial guidance for 2019 after Boeing 737 Max grounded

    Air Canada is suspending its financial guidance for this year following the decision by regulators in Canada and the United States to ground the Boeing 737 Max aircraft until further notice.
  • Ruling affecting 4,000 N.B. nursing home workers expected Monday

    A Decision affecting thousands of New Brunswick workers will be revealed today.
  • New Brunswick veterinarians to vote on whether to ban cat declawing

    New Brunswick veterinarians will vote this April on whether to ban the increasingly controversial practice of cat declawing.