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Girls Sell Bikes To Raise Money For Science Center

Girls Sell Bikes To Raise Money For Science Center

| June 29, 2015

Most children would never dream of selling their bike. But for a group of girls in Easton, it was a sacrifice they were happy to make. “We are selling it to help the science center because it’s gonna close,” said Allison Bate. “We were first starting out just collecting money. We were going to use it […]

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Francis Malcolm Institute Needs Help to Stay Open

Francis Malcolm Institute Needs Help to Stay Open

| June 25, 2015

The Francis Malcolm Institute has been a landmark in Aroostook County for over 30 years, but now is facing some financial trouble. “Once we get a whole case of money full we’re gonna give it to the science center,” said Easton elementary student Allison Bate. This is the kind of generosity the Francis Malcolm Institute […]

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Easton holding public hearing so residents can learn more about revaluation

Easton holding public hearing so residents can learn more about revaluation

| April 30, 2015

Residents in the small town of Easton know change is coming. And for many, it’s a scary one. With an increase in taxes on the horizon…people are feeling anxious. “Quite concerned about it actually, I’m not sure what’s going to happen or how high they’re going to go up,” said longtime resident Jason Rooney. According […]

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Update…Controlled Burn Building Fire in Easton Causes Lane Closure

Update…Controlled Burn Building Fire in Easton Causes Lane Closure

| April 15, 2015

Fire fighters are conducting a controlled burn of a building in Easton.  Due to that,  a lane is currently closed on US 1A between White Road and Hersom Road (2 miles north of the Mars Hill area).  The MDOT is advising motorists to expect delays.  

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Easton town officials excited about finished comprehensive plan

Easton town officials excited about finished comprehensive plan

| April 6, 2015

“Where are we going to go with our housing? Where are we going to go with our transportation? Where are we going to go with our recreation, open space?” asked Easton town manager Jim Gardner. All of these questions about Easton’s future can be answered a big book that Gardner flipped through. The town manager is […]

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