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After weekend flood worry, Perth-Andover residents can go back home

After weekend flood worry, Perth-Andover residents can go back home

| April 20, 2015

Keith Monahan and little April were happy to go home on Monday afternoon. They were two of many who were forced to evacuate over the weekend. A huge ice jam on the St. John River had the village on flood watch. “Everything gets upset..she cried, she stopped crying, she cried, she was worried,” said Keith […]

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Aroostook County Emergency Management Officials prepare for flood season

Aroostook County Emergency Management Officials prepare for flood season

| April 10, 2015

As winter weather makes its way out and spring weather rolls in, Aroostook County emergency management officials are preparing for flood season. “We do have a heightened awareness we’ve been monitoring our area closely, we’ve been participating in statewide calls and doing some regional meetings as well for preparedness,” said Darren Woods. Woods is the […]

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Chief Campbell becomes Fort Fairfield’s Director of Public Safety

Chief Campbell becomes Fort Fairfield’s Director of Public Safety

| April 8, 2015

As Fort Fairfield’s police chief, Bill Campbell works day in and day out to make sure his community stays safe. He’s now taking that role to a whole new level, becoming the town’s Director of Public Safety. “I’ve been here almost four years and so this is a new experience and I’m excited about it […]

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Mars Hill town officials looking into garage’s future

Mars Hill town officials looking into garage’s future

| April 7, 2015

The facility that the Mars Hill highway department relies on to store their salt, sand, and three plow trucks is at least 50 years old, and town officials say it’s starting to show its age. “How old is the physical structure itself I don’t know, no one seems to know,” said town manager David Cyr. […]

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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┬ábig book that Gardner flipped through. The town manager is […]

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