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RCMP Investigating a Theft in Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska

| April 22, 2015
RCMP Investigating a Theft in Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska

Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska, NB – According to the West District RCMP, a church in Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska was broken into and stolen from. They are seeking the public’s assistance in connection with the break, enter and theft. Sometime between 11:00 p.m. April 19 and 8:00 a.m. on April 20, a suspect or suspects gained access to the basement of […]

NewsSource 8 The Morning Edition 04.22.2015

| April 22, 2015
NewsSource 8 The Morning Edition 04.22.2015

Matter Of Law 04.22.2015

| April 22, 2015
Matter Of Law 04.22.2015

Today we are joined by Frank Bemis of Bemis & Rossignol, LLC.

NewsSource 8 The Evening Edition 04.21.15

| April 21, 2015
NewsSource 8 The Evening Edition 04.21.15

Canadian Family rescued after trying to drive through flooded road

| April 21, 2015
Canadian Family rescued after trying to drive through flooded road

A scary situation for a Canadian family over the weekend could have ended a lot worse had it not been for two brothers and a state trooper. St. Francis fire Chief Gerald Jandreau, his brother Kenneth, and state trooper Adam Stoutamayer rescued a family of three when they tried to cross more than four and […]

Gov. LePage Rescinds Order Promoting Cooperation With American Indian Tribes

| April 21, 2015
Gov. LePage Rescinds Order Promoting Cooperation With American Indian Tribes

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Gov. Paul LePage has rescinded a 2011 executive order that sought to promote cooperation between the state and American Indian tribes. Tribal leaders tell the Portland Press Herald that the governor’s decision won’t have a significant practical impact because, for the most part, the order was never implemented. But Penobscot Nation […]

Recreation Departments Keep Youngsters Busy During School Vacation Week

| April 21, 2015
Recreation Departments Keep Youngsters Busy During School Vacation Week

It’s School vacation week and several Recreation Departments in the area are hosting activities to keep the youngsters active. The Caribou Recreation Department hosted youngsters from six departments today for a day of competition in Matball and then Wiffle ball. Rene Cloukey has the story.   It was a very active morning in Caribou as […]

Emera Maine wants customers to stay safe this spring

| April 21, 2015
Emera Maine wants customers to stay safe this spring

As we move further into spring, Emera Maine wants to make sure all of their customers are staying safe. “It’s something that’s just deeply embedded in what we do and what we believe and it’s part of everything we do,” said Emera’s Communications Specialist Bob Potts. Potts has a few reminders for customers. Number one, […]

Florenceville Veteran Receives Award of Knight from French Legion of Honour

| April 21, 2015
Florenceville Veteran Receives Award of Knight from French Legion of Honour

Harry Smith of Bath, New Brunswick received the highest honors on Saturday from the French Government. The 93-year old Smith was awarded the rank of Knight by the French National Order of the Legion for his service during World War II. “I was humbled, by the fact that people still appreciate what we did after […]

Sen. Collins, King Announce $70,000 Grant Awarded to NMDC

| April 21, 2015
Sen. Collins, King Announce $70,000 Grant Awarded to NMDC

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King announced that the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) will award three Economic Development District Planning grants to Maine organizations totaling $210,000. The Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments, Eastern Maine Development Corporation, and Northern Maine Development Corporation each will receive $70,000 to help create an economic […]