Archive for January, 2012
Statistics show almost one fatal crash a week in Maine involving a young driver in the past year. The Secretary of State says Maine needs to do something about it. To figure out how, Summers is holding Conversations with Communities. News Source 8′s Gina DiPietro went to Caribou’s session to find out more.
The economy is certainly why food pantries across the state and right here in Aroostook County are struggling, with the demand often outweighing their resources. NewsSource 8′s Kelly O’Mara takes us to a local pantry with just that problem to see if and how they plan to stay open. The pantry is always looking for […]
Be prepared for slippery travel in Northern Maine and Western New Brunswick tonight….temps will continue to rise overnight but icing will still be possible even as temps nose above freezing..due to the deeply chilled surfaces following our exceptionally cold weekend.
University of Maine Presque Isle Junior Liron Albag didn’t think her family would ever see her play in college. Albag’s mother and brother made a trip from Israel to the United States to visit Liron and watch several of her games.
Snow is a GOOD thing for this annual event. The Eagle Lake sled dog races were held January 14th, bringing in mushers from around the U.S. and Canada. News Source 8 Sports Reporter Jenna Callari gives us a look.