Headlines: Rain ending this morning and sun & clouds later. Temperature steady around 13 / Gas prices UP more than a cent / Police looking for 35 yr old missing Moncton woman / Read about the shady election day beer price hike that “went away” / Mobile Eco Depot in Dieppe today / Blue Jays fire John Gibbons
Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)
Today: Showers ending…maybe thundershowers…then sun & clouds and temperature steady at 13…
Tonight: Clouding over. Low 7.
Tomorrow: Cloudy with a chance of showers. High 12.
Gas prices are UP 1.2¢ this morning…the new maximum for regular self serve is $1.29.2 a litre. Diesel is up half a cent to $1.37.5. Propane is up a tenth of a cent to $1.08.
(Get up to date gas prices anytime HERE)
Missing Person: 35-year-old woman https://t.co/Q8C8BFmM6z Candice Kennedy-Faguy was reported missing to police on September 20, 2018. She was last spoken to on September 22, 2018. #Moncton pic.twitter.com/qfQ3teS4Td
— RCMP New Brunswick (@RCMPNB) September 23, 2018
Codiac RCMP are asking for your help locating a missing 35 year old Moncton woman. Candice Kennedy-Faguy was reported missing to police on September 23…She was last spoken to on September 22. She is described as being 5′ tall, weighing approximately 131 lbs., with brown hair and green eyes. She was last seen wearing black leggings and a grey hoodie. Anyone with information about Candice Kennedy-Faguy’s whereabouts is asked to call Codiac Regional RCMP at 506-857-2400.
Read about the shady election day beer price hike and how it went away because somebody realized “oh crap! it’s election day” 😂 (tldr: beer prices are going up $2 a 24)
— CBC New Brunswick (@CBCNB) September 26, 2018
The Mobile Eco-Depot will be at the Operations Centre, 100 Rufin Street between noon and 8 p.m. on September 26 and 27. For a complete list of household waste accepted at the Mobile Eco-Depot, visit https://t.co/0HiqcZy2Bs under the Residential section. pic.twitter.com/1Dk2WDgjzu
— City of Dieppe (@CityofDieppe) September 24, 2018
What can you drop off?
For no fee, residents will be able to visit any Mobile Eco-Depot to dispose of the following (up to a ½ tonne truck and utility trailer load):
Appliances (limit of 1 of each type per client)
Fridge, stove, freezer, dishwasher, wall oven, water cooler, microwave, water heater, humidifier, dehumidifier, washer, dryer, BBQ, etc.
TVs, computer monitors, hard drives, DVD players, gaming consoles, and anything else that plugs in or requires batteries
Couch, chair, mattress, box spring, dresser, table and chair, etc.
Small Household Machinery (must be emptied of gas and oil)
Snow blower, lawn mower, whipper snipper, chain saw, etc.
Construction, Demolition and Renovation Waste
Construction debris such as gypsum board, wood, wood deck, windows, doors, shingles, heat pump, water pump, etc.
Household Hazardous Waste
Batteries, cooking oil, aerosols, paint, light bulbs, fertilizers, chemicals, CFL bulbs, propane tanks, etc.
Car and truck tires (maximum of 20” diameter, limit 8 per customer)
Brush/Branches and yard waste
Cardboard and paper
**No car parts, gas tanks, residential oil tanks, regular curbside waste or commercial waste
More info HERE.
Can you donate some candy so kids get free counseling?
Today Bessborough students will be participating in the annual Terry Fox School Walk. Leadership students will speak to younger students about what it means to be an everyday hero, and they will be paired up with younger classes for the walk.
JMA Armstrong High & Salisbury Middle School Present: Salisbury Night Live! (Meet the Teach Edition)
On Sept 27 at 6p things kick off in the gym… then there’ll be carnival games and entertainment in the front parking lot and on the lawn… things wrap up at 7:45p.
Got school news? Send it to us at NewCountry969.ca/School!
John Gibbons fired as Toronto Blue Jays manager. Who’s next? https://t.co/VD8lkcRfPe
— USA TODAY Sports (@usatodaysports) September 27, 2018
Get all the scores HERE.