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Canadian Runaways Caught in Maine

Canadian Runaways Caught in Maine

| October 15, 2013

KINGFIELD, Maine (AP) – Maine State Police say two runaway teens from Canada crashed into two Border Patrol cruisers before being apprehended in a spree that involved three stolen vehicles. Troopers say a 16-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl from communities outside Ottawa were arrested late Monday after abandoning a stolen truck and fleeing down […]

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Van Buren Benefitting From Nearby Port of Entry

Van Buren Benefitting From Nearby Port of Entry

| August 7, 2013

Northern Maine Paving is one of newest businesses to make Van Buren home. The company thought the town was a great location and fit for their business particularly because of its close proximity to the new port of entry. Dan LaPointe is the Van Buren Director Of Economic and Community Development and says “I think […]

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New Change Benefits Canadian Shoppers and County Businesses

New Change Benefits Canadian Shoppers and County Businesses

| July 3, 2012

On June 1st, the Canadian Government made a huge change… increasing the monetary amount of duty free items Canadian shoppers can bring back over the border. Not only will it make traveling back home a little easier- but it will also help businesses on the U.S. side. News Source 8 reporter┬áJenna Callari has more.

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Know Before You Go

Know Before You Go

| June 8, 2012

Whether it’s for shopping, sightseeing, or to visit family… Thousands of people will travel across the border this summer. But if you don’t familiarize yourself with the facts, your trip could take a little longer and could be a little more of a hassle. News Source 8′s Jenna Callari has all you need to know […]

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