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Pool At Gentile Hall Has More Kids And More Swimmers, With Only Some Issues So Far

Pool At Gentile Hall Has More Kids And More Swimmers, With Only Some Issues So Far

| March 25, 2014

The pool at Gentile hall is now getting a lot more swimmers since the Presque Isle indoor pool closed.  While pool rules and fees stay the same, there have been some other changes taking place so far. There hasn’t been any resistance from the university to having more community members and kids using it’s pool.  […]

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Fort FairField Dike Keeps Residents From Being Mandated To Get Flood Insurance

Fort FairField Dike Keeps Residents From Being Mandated To Get Flood Insurance

| March 25, 2014

While the risk of flooding is on the rise, so are insurance rates.  That’s according to the National Flood Insurance Program.  Most of the communities in Maine that will see an increase, and that are mandated to have flood insurance, are along the coast.  But Flood Insurance policies do apply to some areas in Aroostook […]

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Potholes Get A Temporary Fix Until It Gets Warmer Out There

Potholes Get A Temporary Fix Until It Gets Warmer Out There

| March 20, 2014

You may see them and drive around them, or sometimes even hit them.  We’re talking about potholes.  Some are big and some are small but they are all inevitable.  Some work is already being done to patch them up, but temperatures are still too cold to have them permanently patched. They can potentially damage your […]

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A Committee Is In The Works To Tackle Challenges Facing Elderly Mainers

A Committee Is In The Works To Tackle Challenges Facing Elderly Mainers

| March 20, 2014

A plan of action is in place to help older adults in Maine who are home bound.  A number of issues have sparked action from the Maine Council on Aging, and now those issues are going to be addressed. Elderly residents in the county are getting help.  Maine’s Council on Aging wants to work with […]

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The Challenges Police Officers Face When Working During A Storm

The Challenges Police Officers Face When Working During A Storm

| March 14, 2014

Most people are well aware that in a storm, road conditions can be dangerous to travel on.   But when it comes to police officers, they have to be out there. Most issues occur outside of town on the open roads where visibility is poor. Some of the calls police respond to are drivers who […]

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