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Shop Owner Reported Missing After Waldoboro Fire

Shop Owner Reported Missing After Waldoboro Fire

| April 25, 2015

The State Fire Marshal’s Office says the owner of a Waldoboro auto repair shop is missing following a fire that destroyed his Route 1 business early this morning. The body of a man was recovered from the basement of Pinkham’s Auto Repair by fire investigators. The body was burned beyond recognition and was transported to […]

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Rabies Cases in Maine and New Brunswick Closely Monitored by Officials

Rabies Cases in Maine and New Brunswick Closely Monitored by Officials

| April 24, 2015

A recent increase in rabies cases in eastern Washington County and Western New Brunswick has government agencies trying to pinpoint and eradicate the disease. Since January 1st, 2015 (this year) there has been an increase in a specific type of Rabies along the US-Canadian border, concentrated mostly in Western New Brunswck. Richard Chipman, Rabies Management […]

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Police Arrest “Major Player” in Fort Fairfield Heroin Drug Bust

Police Arrest “Major Player” in Fort Fairfield Heroin Drug Bust

| April 24, 2015

Police seized two ounces of bulk, unpackaged heroin from a Fort Fairfield residence on Thursday. That might not sound like much, but the seizure was the largest of its kind in Aroostook County. “For us, here in Fort Fairfield and in Aroostook County, this is a major event,” said Fort Fairfield Police Chief William Campbell. […]

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Felony Drug Arrest in Fort Fairfield, FFPD & MDEA Seize $20,000 in Heroin

Felony Drug Arrest in Fort Fairfield, FFPD & MDEA Seize $20,000 in Heroin

| April 24, 2015

  The Fort Fairfield Police along with the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency have seized over $20,000 worth of heroin and charged a man with felony trafficking, after they executed a search warrant at his Fort Fairfield Home Thursday morning, according to a police statement released this morning. As the result of a joint investigation between […]

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Lights Out at Woodstock Middle School

Lights Out at Woodstock Middle School

| April 22, 2015

The Woodstock Middle School held their classes in the dark today…… but it wasn’t because they forgot to pay the power bill. As part of a national initiative called Lights Out Canada, the school turned most of its lights off, in the name of conservation. “We’ve been using as little light as possible from the start […]

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