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Ohio Governor Hopeful Maine Will Join Other States on Balanced Budget Amendment Issue

Ohio Governor Hopeful Maine Will Join Other States on Balanced Budget Amendment Issue

| March 27, 2015

Ohio Gov. John Kasich says he’s hopeful that Maine will join 27 other states calling for a constitutional convention to support a federal balanced budget amendment. The potential Republican presidential candidate joined Maine Gov. LePage at the Statehouse on Thursday to urge lawmakers to support the measure being introduced by Republican Senate President Michael Thibodeau. […]

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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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Mars Hill Students ‘Kick Butts’ with After School Activity

Mars Hill Students ‘Kick Butts’ with After School Activity

| March 26, 2015

On Wednesday, detectives descended on the Mars Hill IGA. 15 pint-sized private-eyes scouring the aisles, on a deadly mission. Now our detectives today weren’t necessarily looking for clues, but rather signs, much like these tobacco advertisements that were placed near gum and candy racks, where they are easily in the eye-line of young Children. “It’s for […]

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Bomb Threat Halts Proceedings

Bomb Threat Halts Proceedings

| March 26, 2015

FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) – A bomb threat called in to the courthouse where the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is being held has temporarily halted proceedings. Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh said Thursday that court was being suspended while the building was evacuated. A security officer says a bomb threat was […]

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