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New Save A Lot Store Set To Open In Presque Isle Mid May

New Save A Lot Store Set To Open In Presque Isle Mid May

| April 8, 2015

A new business is one step closer to opening. The store promises a FRESH take on being a thriving business. Shawn Cunningham explains. Presque Isle This empty sign stand will soon read SAVE A LOT, ushering in shoppers and patrons to the newest addition of the grocery store venture in Presque Isle. But before that can happen, […]

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Maine Senator Angus King To Speak At Cancer Conference

Maine Senator Angus King To Speak At Cancer Conference

| April 7, 2015

Maine Senator Angus King will share his personal cancer survivorship story and speak about the importance of affordable health insurance and funding for ongoing cancer research at the County Cancer Conference on Saturday, May 9 in Presque Isle. A survivor of a serious and aggressive form of skin cancer, Senator King is a strong supporter […]

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Governor LePage Seeks To Eliminate State Inspections of Maine Lodging Businesses…Impacts Maine Hospitalisty Industry

Governor LePage Seeks To Eliminate State Inspections of Maine Lodging Businesses…Impacts Maine Hospitalisty Industry

| April 7, 2015

Maine Governor Paul LePage wants to level the playing field between formal lodging places and homeowners who rent out rooms, homes or cabins to travelers, not by licensing the homes, but by de-regulating all hospitality businesses. A public hearing on the issue occurred Monday by the Legislature’s Health and Human Services Committee regarding a bill […]

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Maine Identity Theft Murder Trial Set To Get Underway

Maine Identity Theft Murder Trial Set To Get Underway

| April 6, 2015

The trial of a Maine man police say killed another man and then assumed his identity is scheduled to get underway. Jury selection for the murder trial of William Morse, of Trenton, is expected to start this morning in Hancock County Superior Court in Ellsworth. Authorities allege the 45-Morse killed 61-year-old Richard Bellittieri between June […]

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Maine Lawmaker Wants Carbon Monoxide Detectors Mandatory

Maine Lawmaker Wants Carbon Monoxide Detectors Mandatory

| April 6, 2015

A Maine state lawmaker has proposed making carbon monoxide detectors mandatory in more buildings than currently required. Under current law, carbon monoxide detectors are required in rental units and single-family homes that change hands, as well as homes, hotels, motels and dormitories built or extensively remodeled after Aug. 1, 2012. State Sen. Bill Diamond wants […]

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