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Traffic Delays Expected on Wednesday

Traffic Delays Expected on Wednesday

On April 29 Weds. Starting At 6:30 AM The City Public Works Dept will have their contractor milling Cedar St from about Second St. up to Third St. including the Third St. intersection, and they will be milling Sanford St. from Cedar St. to Warren St. please plan accordingly as this will interrupt the normal traffic … Read More

Wardens Seek Help With Poaching  Incidents

Wardens Seek Help With Poaching Incidents

STATEWIDE –  Maine game wardens and MAINE OPERATION GAME THIEF (OGT) continue to seek the public’s assistance in gathering information in hopes to find those responsible for the illegal killing of as many as four deer in the towns of Chesterville, Livermore Falls (East Livermore), Livermore, and Leeds.   Since our last attempt to obtain … Read More

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Maine Host Award Ceremony

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Maine Host Award Ceremony

WATERVILLE – It was a big weekend for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine.   Attendees from all six of the counties served by the agency made their way to the Alfond Youth Center in Waterville where their annual awards were handed out.     Over 120 big brothers and sisters, along with their Littles and their families celebrated … Read More

Pittsfield Celebrates War Heroes and Families of Civil War

Pittsfield Celebrates War Heroes and Families of Civil War

PITTSFIELD – A local community will remember its civil war heroes this weekend, with the final portion of a year-long project.   The Town of Pittsfield will hold its Reflections Of The Civil War performance Sunday at 2 pm at the First Universalist Church.     The show is the final installment in a series of Civil War related … Read More

Bill to Make Hayrides Safer

Bill to Make Hayrides Safer

AUGUSTA – Lawmakers are considering a bill to make hayrides safer.     The proposal stems from October’s fatal accident in Mechanic Falls that claimed the life of Messalonskee High School Student.     Sponsor Robert Nutting, has put forward a bill to require the licensing and inspection of Amusement Devices, including hayrides. He says the goal is for the … Read More

Gun Seizure Bill To Help Insure Safety

Gun Seizure Bill To Help Insure Safety

AUGUSTA – Lawmakers also considering a bill to remove guns from a person dangerous to themselves or others.     It would create a temporary order lasting 21 days. Supporters say it allows opportunity for police and loved ones to get a decision on whether to remove firearms.   However, it would have to be proven the person was … Read More

Bill to Require GMO Labeling Public Hearing This Week

Bill to Require GMO Labeling Public Hearing This Week

AUGUSTA – Maine residents can soon weigh in on a bill that would require genetically modified foods to be labeled.     It would amend the states current labeling law, which requires 4 contiguous states to pass a similar measure. The bill would require foods distributed in Maine to include a label if GMO’s were used to … Read More

Dexter Airport to Recieve Improvement Funds

Dexter Airport to Recieve Improvement Funds

DEXTER – The runway at the Dexter Regional Airport is about to get some fixing.   US Senators Susan Collins and Angus King say the airport will receive $300,000 dollars from the US Department of Transportation.     The senators issued a statement noting the Importance that Maine airports serve to critical links between communities and economic developments throughout … Read More

Aroostook County Churches Burglarized

Aroostook County Churches Burglarized

AROOSTOOK COUNTY – State police continue to search for the suspects who broke into several churches in Aroostook County.     Three churches in Stockholm, Caribou and Mapleton were targeted last week. Police say the thieves stole several items, but they wont say what they were.     State and Caribou police are asking that anyone that may know more … Read More

Traffic Stop Warrants Multiple Drug Busts

Traffic Stop Warrants Multiple Drug Busts

BANGOR – What appeared to be a routine traffic stop turned into a drug bust in Bangor.     33-year-old Frederick Day and 31-year-old Brianna Graves, of Hermon, 39 year old Eric Judkins of Dedham, along with 45 year old Daniel Reed, 32 year old Sara Kearns and 30 year old Sheena Rolfe all of Bangor now … Read More

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