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Following the initial public engagement last fall, Fredericton residents can once again weigh in on the future of the New Brunswick Exhibition Grounds as part of the second phase in the development

Two people were arrested and a quantity of drugs was seized in Downtown Fredericton as part of an ongoing drug investigation.

The City of Fredericton is now accepting applications for its Transit Fare Assistance Program designed to provide support to communit

The City of Fredericton advises residents of the following schedule changes to its programs and services during the holiday season.

City Hall and Municipal Office Hours

Louie Youssef didn’t set out to be in the business of apartment buildings.

One male has died and another was injured, following a two-vehicle collision on Route 105 earlier today in Fredericton.

Today, the Fredericton Police Force Street Crimes Unit was awarded a Public Safety Certificate of Recognition from the Crime Prevention Association of New Brunswick.

The City of Fredericton reminds residents that from December 1 to March 31, parking is not permitted on city streets between midnight and 7 am. The ban

Despite COVID-19, funds to be provided to community stakeholders at no additional cost to taxpayers

Despite COVID-19, City able to deliver balanced budget with no service cuts

The City of Fredericton has recognized the UNB International Swim Program with this year’s Intercultural Award.

Increasing numbers of positive COVID-19 cases in other New Brunswick jurisdictions due to travel and community spread, have resulted in those jurisdictions raising their alert level to Orange.

A 29-year old Florenceville, N.B. man faces multiple charges stemming from incidents that occurred in Fredericton over the past several weeks.