Linked Header

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Forest Hills Boil Water Order Lifted

You can brush your teeth from the tap again in Forest Hills.  

A boil water order has been lifted.

The City says crews are hand-delivering the rescind notices to residents today.

The boil order put in place last week after a contractor ruptured the line that feeds water into parts of Forest Hills.

If you have been away from home for the last few days, Saint John Water recommends you run the water in your taps for a few minutes.


Seafood Sold In New Brunswick Could Contain Botulism Causing Bateria

Bottles of seafood sold in New Brunswick could contain a bacteria that produces toxins that can cause botulism, a life threatening illness. 

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning the public not to eat St. Thomas bottled lobster, bar clams and bar clam stew because the products could be contaminated. The products were sold in the province and possibly in other provinces as well. 

All sizes and codes of the products made on or after Jan. 4, 2011 are affected.

One Stop Shopping at Women's Fundraising Event

When your schedule is constantly booked up and you're always busy, it can be hard to find spare time for yourself. 

Karen Riley tells CHSJ News that idea was at the forefront of her mind when she organized the women's fundraiser, It's a Girl Thing, which packs a variety of activities into a three-hour block; she calls it one stop shopping.

There's 35 booths at today's event, where you can get tips on everything from skin care and haircare to interior decorating. It runs from 1-4pm at the Saint John Arts Centre and admission costs $6.

Man's Boat Capsizes

A man found himself in freezing waters after his boat capsized behind Hazen Park in Oromocto. 

After the RCMP received a 911 call that the man was yelling for help, RCMP, paramedics and the the fire department responded and managed to retrieve the man from the water. 

The man was wearing a personal floatation device, which the RCMP say was instrumental in saving his life. He was brought to hospital where he was treated and then released.