The New Brunswick government has arranged a vaccination clinic Thursday at Simonds High School in Saint John for four area high schools.
Tim Roszell joined Global News in May 2019.
He is perhaps most well-known for his ongoing work as a radio play-by-play announcer for the QMJHL’s Moncton Wildcats and Saint John Sea Dogs, with more than 1,000 regular season and playoff games called.
Originally from Chatham, Ontario, Tim moved to Halifax in 2005 to help launch radio station News 95.7 as a weekend anchor and weekday reporter. Less than a year later, he moved to News 88.9 in Saint John in a dual role as an afternoon news anchor and reporter while serving as the Sea Dogs’ play-by-play announcer.
Tim joined the Sea Dogs full-time in 2013, adding the title of media and communications manager to his radio duties until early 2018. He comes to Global News following a brief stint with CBC News Saint John.
His broadcasting career also includes stops in London, Ontario, between 2002 and 2005, as a news anchor, reporter and operator with AM 980 CFPL, and as a video journalist with A-Channel/CFPL-TV and Rogers Television.
Tim lives in Saint John with his beautiful wife, Trish, their son, and his two stepdaughters.
One person was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a vehicle rolled down an embankment near Reversing Falls in Saint John early Sunday.
N.B. hoped to launch the first phase of its ‘Path to Green’ reopening plan as early as June 7 as long as 75 per cent of eligible residents had been vaccinated at least once.
Hundreds of people gathered in uptown Saint John for a candlelight vigil in recognition of the 215 Indigenous children found buried at a former B.C. residential school.
Motorcyclists in Fredericton held a ‘peaceful rally’ ride into the city Saturday to demonstrate against a new noise-reduction bylaw they say targets motorcycle enthusiasts.
New Brunswick is closing in on its June 7 target to launch its reopening plan. The province says it will have to vaccinate more than 50,000 people before Monday to make it happen.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada expanded its protected spaces at Musquash Estuary while partnering with a community group to repair a historic lighthouse west of Saint John, N.B.
Pairs of shoes, to represent the lives lost, were left on the stairs of the legislature and at several churches around the province.
Saint John Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two men in relation to a fire at Fort La Tour historical site on May 19. Police released photos of the men Friday.
Saint John Police are investigating an early-morning hit and run in the city’s south end. Police say a vehicle collided with a bicycle, sending a man to hospital.
Air Canada has adjusted its date for the resumption of flights to and from Saint John Airport to the end of June while other carriers have July and August start dates.
Area 506 has announced plans to hold a waterfront concert series, with COVID-19 safety protocols in place, over several weekends in July and August.
The president of a local service district north of Moncton says he’s discouraged by a provincial announcement that it will install rumble strips along two sections on Route 11.
An overnight fire caused extensive damage Wednesday at the new interpretation centre at Fort La Tour historical site in Saint John. Police say the fire is suspicious in nature.
The president of the Port City Minor Baseball Association believes vandals damaged batting cages at Memorial Field in Saint John on May 11 or 12.