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New delivery service company to launch Wednesday

New delivery service company to launch Wednesday

| March 31, 2015

Thanks to the work of a few young minds, more and more county restaurants are starting to deliver. “It’s like having big city life in a small town, and that’s just something that is not around for people,” said Jon Clark. Clark is talking about Aroostook Deliveries. It’s a company he and a few others […]

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St. Agatha area residents dissatisfied with ambulance service

St. Agatha area residents dissatisfied with ambulance service

| March 26, 2015

“In the case of an emergency, it can seem like the difference in life or death sometimes,” said St. Agatte town manager Christy Sirois. Residents in and around St. Agatha aren’t satisfied with the area’s ambulance service. For about a year now, the towns of St. Agatha, Frenchville, and Sinclair have been receiving ambulance service […]

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NYC mayor says there are no reports of people missing after fire and building collapse

NYC mayor says there are no reports of people missing after fire and building collapse

| March 26, 2015

New York City’s mayor says there are no reports of people missing following a fire and building collapse that injured at least a dozen people. The fire department commissioner says about 250 firefighters are on the scene in Manhattan’s trendy East Village near New York University. He says a second building is “in danger of […]

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More than 400 students learn financial fitness

More than 400 students learn financial fitness

| March 25, 2015

A big group of students fills the gym of the Loring Job Corps Center…all of them getting a taste of the real world. More than 400 high school juniors from all over the County participated in a financial fitness money management experience  put on by the Aroostook Chapter of Credit Unions. Here’s how it works- students receive […]

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Three County hospitals join with two other to become Maine Rural Health Collaborative, LLC

Three County hospitals join with two other to become Maine Rural Health Collaborative, LLC

| March 25, 2015

Coming together. That’s what five rural hospitals in our state are doing to provide better healthcare in different communities. Three of them are hospitals right here in the County. “We believe the power of five is greater than the power of one. We believe by working together we can certainly improve our collaborative,” said Houlton […]

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