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The Challenges Police Officers Face When Working During A Storm

The Challenges Police Officers Face When Working During A Storm

| March 14, 2014

Most people are well aware that in a storm, road conditions can be dangerous to travel on.   But when it comes to police officers, they have to be out there. Most issues occur outside of town on the open roads where visibility is poor. Some of the calls police respond to are drivers who […]

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Police Collaboration With Out Of State Agencies

Police Collaboration With Out Of State Agencies

| March 12, 2014

Local police collaborating with outside agencies have lead to recent arrests being made.  Here’s more on these cases and how helpful it can be for police to work together, from far away. Fighting crime could mean utilizing multiple resources. One of them can be a resource that’s not even in the state where a crime […]

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Ice On Maine Rivers Are Frozen In Place.  When Will The Melting Begin, And Will It Cause Flooding?

Ice On Maine Rivers Are Frozen In Place. When Will The Melting Begin, And Will It Cause Flooding?

| March 7, 2014

The cold temperatures right now will simply delay the inevitable melting of Maine rivers. That’s the conclusion from yesterdays River Flow Advisory Commission meeting in Augusta.   Here’s more on the Emergency Management Agency’s plan of action for potential floods in Aroostook County, and what type of conditions would cause flooding. It would take at […]

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Electric Bill Charges For Emera Maine Customers

Electric Bill Charges For Emera Maine Customers

| March 5, 2014

There has been some concern from Emera Maine customers about their bills.  Some customers are saying their bills are much bigger than they should be. While electric company officials say the only way a customer can get charged more, is if they use more. Roughly two years of information…a month by month breakdown of usage..all […]

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State Police And MDOT Work Together On Message Boards And Speed Advisory Signs

State Police And MDOT Work Together On Message Boards And Speed Advisory Signs

| February 28, 2014

Maine state police are working with the department of transportation to keep drivers advised.   They have set up remote operated highway and roadway advisory signs. They allow for real time communication with motorists.  These signs will have messages and speed limits for current road conditions. Maine State Police Troop F LT. John Cote,  “It could […]

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