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Recent String of Thefts and Vandalism in Fort Fairfield

| July 23, 2014

Late Thursday evening during the Potato Blossom Festival, 4 to 5 food booths in the food court were rummaged through, and some food was stolen. This was just the first of a string of incidents. “It just continued on from there. We started getting complaints about vehicles being moved from one driveway to another,” says […]

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Fort Fairfield Homebuyers Program Refurbishing Second Home To Be Put On Real Estate Market

| July 11, 2014

A home refurbishment program in Fort Fairfield is being used as a way to attract new people to the community and increase economic development. Shawn Cunningham reports. These contractors are putting in new flooring. Its one of a multitude of tasks that are getting done to refurbish this old home AND MAKE INTO NEW. Then […]

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Maine Gives $10,000 for Aroostook War Memorial

| May 6, 2014

FORT FAIRFIELD, Maine (AP) – Maine will give $10,000 to a VFW group to build a war veterans memorial in Fort Fairfield. Gov. Paul LePage announced Tuesday that he has designated the amount from contingency funds to support the construction of the memorial. The memorial will be located on land donated by VFW Post 6187. […]

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Two Sections of Community General Hospital in Fort Fairfield Planned to Be Demolished…TAMC Health Clinic Will Remain Open

| April 30, 2014

A clinic will remain open in Fort Fairfield. The landmark Community General Hospital which houses the TAMC health clinic will stay open to serve patients, however officials have decided to tear down TWO LARGE unutilized parts of the building. Officials say the decision came down to one thing…keeping a healthcare presence in Fort Fairfield that’s cost […]

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Fort Fairfield Estimates Just Over $46k So Far On Road Repairs Due To Flooding

| April 29, 2014

Fort Fairfield is one of the towns with the most damage done to it’s roads from the flooding two weeks ago. It’s certainly not as bad as the devastating floods of 1994, but the repairs are costing the town a pretty penny. A piece of hot top laying in a field used to be part of a road a few […]

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