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Volunteers Pick Invasive Plants; 4th Year They Picked Seeds

Volunteers Pick Invasive Plants; 4th Year They Picked Seeds

OGUNQUIT – A group in Ogunquit are doing their part to get rid of an invasive plant in the town.   The Marginal Way Committee took some time this weekend to harvest the seed pods from the black swallow-wart. They say the plant are spreading fast along the coast and are slowly making their way inland. … Read More

Pestiside and Chemical Disposal Made Easy

Pestiside and Chemical Disposal Made Easy

STATEWIDE – Maine officials are making it a bit easier to safely dispose of banned pesticides and unusable chemicals.   The Maine department of agriculture, conservation and forestry and the department of environmental protection will be available at sites in Presque Isle.. Bangor… Augusta.. And Portland this October to collect pesticides.     Residents must register by September 25th. … Read More

Hunting Applications Due Monday; Deer Lottery Held September 9th

Hunting Applications Due Monday; Deer Lottery Held September 9th

STATEWIDE – Today is the last day to submit an application for the upcoming deer hunting season.   Online applications for the anter-less deer hunting permit lottery are due by midnight. October 24th is youth deer hunting day.     The main firearms season runs from November 2nd through the 28th. There’s also an expanded archery season from September … Read More

Police Search for Robbery Suspect; Motel 6 Robbed Thursday Night

Police Search for Robbery Suspect; Motel 6 Robbed Thursday Night

BANGOR – Bangor police are still looking for a man suspected of robbing a Motel 6 Thursday night.   The incident happened just before 10 p-m on Thursday at the outer Hammond Street location. Police say a man threatened a motel employee – saying he had a weapon – though it was never displayed. He took … Read More

Dented Cars Sold at Discount; Were Damaged during Hail Storms

Dented Cars Sold at Discount; Were Damaged during Hail Storms

YORK – A local car dealer is selling some hail-damaged cars for a discounted price.   A lot of cars were damaged, so Starkey Ford decided to hold a hail sale. The dealership says customers can get a dented vehicle for as much as 25-percent off.     They decided to go this route because the insurance claim would … Read More

Two Cars Stolen in Easton; Sheriff Seeking Help in Finding Thieves

Two Cars Stolen in Easton; Sheriff Seeking Help in Finding Thieves

EASTON – The Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help – after two cars are stolen from Keith’s Auto in Easton.     It was sometime late Friday, or early Saturday when two cars were stolen from the auto shop on the Center Road. One vehicle was damaged – the other was totaled.     The Sheriff’s … Read More

A Car Accident in Northern Maine Leaves One Dead

A Car Accident in Northern Maine Leaves One Dead, Five Injured

STOCKHOLM – State police say 23-year-old Alyssa Oullette of Fort Kent was driving on Lake Street in Stockholm around 9:30 Friday night.   She failed to notice a stop sign at a four way intersection. That’s when she collided with another vehicle.     24-year-old Jessie Bouchard – also of Fort Kent – was a passenger in the second … Read More

Stabbing in Pittston Leaves One Dead

Stabbing in Pittston Leaves One Dead

PITTSTON- It happened Saturday night at the boarding house at 1135 East Pittston road. A dispute between a landlord and a tenant turning ugly.” “Obviously something went terribly wrong inside this home in Pittston,” said Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Maine State Police.   Police say 51 year-old Dale Clifford, the owner of the home, died of … Read More

Machias: Rich in History

Machias: Rich in History

Machias – It was the forest that drew the first settlers to Machias back in the 1700’s. Harvesting the trees and shipping them to off as lumber. It was these settlers, who would stand against the British and win America’s first ever naval battle.

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