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Aaron’s Opens In Presque Isle…Says Appreciative To Join County Business Community

| January 16, 2015

Well in the past two months, we’ve done a number of stories about business closings. Its nice to now bring you a story about a business that’s recently opened up and is thriving according to store officials. Aaron’s opened a store in Presque Isle a month ago. Store operators say they’re not the least bit […]

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Local Business and Municipal Leaders React To Staples Store Closing At Aroostook Centre Mall in Presque Isle

| December 30, 2014

Staples is set to permanently close its doors on February 7th putting at least fifteen workers OUT OF WORK. Shawn Cunningham has reaction from the business community and municipal leaders on the unfortunate trend of several retailers folding in Aroostook County. 00:00 Presque Isle Staples will close its doors on February 7th. (TAKE GRAPHIC) In […]

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SEARS Closing Not Official Says Aroostook Centre Mall Manager…Excited About New Businesses Opening There

| October 16, 2014

Its been one day since SEARS announced they were closing the Presque Isle store at the Aroostook Centre Mall, putting 63 people OUT OF WORK by mid January. Shawn Cunningham has been following this story since it broke. Today she caught up with the Mall Manager who says the future of the mall is far […]

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National Company Eye Caribou For Business Expansion…Municipal Officials Keeping Mum Except To Say They’re In Talks…

| August 29, 2014

A nationally well known company is in talks to possibly open up shop in Caribou. Caribou municipal officials say they’re excited about the prospects of business growth. Shawn Cunningham reports. He wouldn’t tell Newssource 8 WHO or WHEN FOR SURE. But behind his reserve, Caribou City Manager Austin Bleess had a hint of excitement about a big […]

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Downtown Presque Isle Construction Creating Challenges for Local Businesses

| August 7, 2014

If you’re feeling that all the construction on Main Street in downtown Presque Isle is holding you back, you’re not alone. Several business owners are also tired of the inconvenience its created for pedestrians and patrons. Shawn Cunningham reports on how the project is impacting local businesses. Construction projects continue to tie up traffic along […]

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