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Several Accidents in Maine linked to same Drunk Driver

by Christian Mower October 20, 2014 Front Page News

A Drunk Driver in Maine is being blamed for several accidents involving several vehicles as well as a house. At 8:30 Saturday night the Cumberland County Authorities received several 911 calls of a vehicle on the wrong side of the headed East on Route 302, Roosevelt Trail in Naples Maine. Less then 2 minutes later […]

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Happy Conway Video Right On Track

by Christian Mower October 9, 2014 Front Page News

Capturing some fun at Storyland for the Happy Conway Video Project with videographer Frank Benesh on Sep 26, 2014. Photo credit Keith Force. The Happy Conway Video Project is well on its way to the creation of a locally filmed and edited version of the musical video “Happy,” by Pharrell Williams. People, places and events […]

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Candidates for Maine Governor Face Off in First Debate Today

by Christian Mower October 8, 2014 Front Page News

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The three candidates in a tight race for Maine governor are ready to face off in their first debate. The debate will be held Wednesday morning at the Holiday Inn by the Bay in Portland. Christopher Hall, CEO of the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce, is serving as moderator. Political observers […]

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Judge Considering Shortening Sex Offenders Sentence

by Christian Mower October 8, 2014 Front Page News

A New Hampshire judge’s statement that he is inclined to reduce the sentence he gave a convicted child sex assailant has sparked indignation by prosecutors, domestic violence coalitions, the victim and her family. Carroll County Superior Court Judge David Garfunkel on Sept. 26 sentenced Joshua Baud to 7 ½ years on two convictions of sexually […]

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Maine Business Owners May See Large Electric Bill in Winter

by Christian Mower October 7, 2014 Front Page News

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — State energy officials are telling mid-size businesses in Maine that their electric bills could more than double this winter. The Maine Public Utilities Commission said Monday that a medium-sized business such as a grocery store or a small sawmill could see energy costs jump from $870 in September to more than […]

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Gov. Hassan Blocking Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center From Receiving New Patients

by Christian Mower October 1, 2014 Front Page News

Effingham, NH – Based on a report from the Disability Rights Center Governor Maggie Hassan is stopping the state, or any other agency, from placing new patients into Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center in Effingham. The disability Rights Center alleges that due to a long term pattern of abuse and neglect Lakeview needs to be closed down. […]

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