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Bennett To Be Next Biddeford City Manager

Bennett To Be Next Biddeford City Manager

| June 30, 2015

  Presque Isle’s city manager will soon be easing on down the road. According to the Portland Press Herald, the Biddeford City Council today hired Jim Bennett as its next city manager. In a unanimous vote, the council named the administrator with nearly 30 years experience in municipal government as city manager to replace John […]

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BREAKING: Four charged in weekend robbery and assault

BREAKING: Four charged in weekend robbery and assault

| June 30, 2015

Four people have been arrested in connection with an assault and robbery that occurred late Friday night in Presque Isle. According to Presque Isle Police, Jason Blake, Shawn White, Samantha Zinis (ZIN-iss), and Jeaudi (jo-dee) Landry, all of Presque Isle, were arrested late Sunday night and charged with robbery, aggravated assault, criminal restraint with a […]

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Presque Isle Bypass Project Will Break Ground Summer 2016

Presque Isle Bypass Project Will Break Ground Summer 2016

| June 17, 2015

The Presque Isle bypass project is still going to happen. That according to MDOT officials, but it won’t begin until NEXT SUMMER. We look at an update on the project and why officials admit they’re off to a slow start. Presque Isle There’s a steady stream of traffic in downtown Presque Isle. But Maine Department […]

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Presque Isle Community Center Reaches Fundraising Goal

Presque Isle Community Center Reaches Fundraising Goal

| June 8, 2015

“We had a great anonymous donation of $1.5 million in memory of Rodney Smith,” said Fundraising Campaign Co-Chair Steve Richard. The new Presque Isle Community Center has raised enough money to break ground and can do so if approved by the city council. The Fundraising Campaign Committee was able to raise $3.82 million, which is […]

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Police say University Street thefts “crimes of opportunity”

Police say University Street thefts “crimes of opportunity”

| June 4, 2015

Between Sunday night and Monday morning, three vehicles parked in the residential area on University Street in Presque Isle had items stolen from inside. Presque Isle Police said the thefts were “crimes of opportunity” since all three vehicles were unlocked. Officer Kaitlyn McLaughlin listed the items stolen form the vehicles as an iPod, over $100 […]

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