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Perth Andover residents react to Ottawa shootings

| October 22, 2014

Ottawa may be more than eight hours away from Perth Andover, but residents in the small village in New Brunswick were devastated to hear about Wednesday’s shootings at their capital. “Horrifies me and makes me feel sad for all of the victims,” said resident Mary Dee. The city is on lockdown after a gunman shot […]

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Community members walk it up for domestic violence

| October 17, 2014

Lori Walker lost her sister almost exactly 22 years ago. Betty Curliss’ life was tragically cut short because of domestic violence. “She’s not here. She’s always going to be in our hearts..and we do this in honor for her..she is a person that would help anybody out and she was only 42 when she passed,” […]

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Linneus Fire Department seeking donations for Mechanic Falls hayride victims

| October 16, 2014

We told you about a tragic hayride accident in Mechanic Falls over the weekend. One girl was killed and more than twenty people were injured when a hayride overturned. Those in charge of the Linneus Haunted Hayride told NewsSource 8 they are devastated by the news. The Linneus Haunted Hayride will continue this weekend..and according […]

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Limestone Chamber of Commerce members say if they don’t get more volunteers, chamber could become inactive

| October 16, 2014

“Sometimes you just want to throw your hands up and say ‘I’m finished,” said Michelle Albert, president of the Limestone Chamber of Commerce. Albert is passionate about bringing people in her community together. She’s been part of the Chamber of Commerce for more than 10 years now. But lately she and other chamber members are […]

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Law enforcement and advocates take part in two day domestic violence and sexual assault training

| October 15, 2014

When it comes to tackling domestic violence and sexual assault, “There’s a lot of work to be done,” said┬áMargo Batsie, justice systems coordinator. And that’s what brought these law enforcement officers, advocates, and criminal justice students together over the last two days. They attended this training put on by the Aroostook County Task Force on […]

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