We wrap up our series on the five year anniversary of one woman in the St. John Valley losing her daughter to distracted driving. Since then not only has Judy Bouchard been working to educate folks about distracted driving, she’s also been doing a ton of fundraising on another important issue in her daughter’s name. […]
In an effort to raise awareness of a developmental disability, folks will gather this last weekendof April to shine a light on a disorder that typically appears during the first three years of life. Dick Palm has more on this fundraising event.
April is Autism Awareness Month, and April 2nd, at the state house in Augusta, the state marked Autism Awareness Day. This, as a recenty study found a significant increase in the number of children being diagnosed with the disorder. Kelly O’Mara takes a look at why that might be and what signs you should look for in […]
Police officers in Fort Fairfield just organized a new database to keep citizens safer. It will help identify “at risk” folks in stressful situations. Our Gina DiPietro spoke with the Police Chief on Wednesday, to get the details on what it is and why they’re doing it.