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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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Maine Police Searching for Escaped Otisfield Man

by Christian Mower October 1, 2014 Front Page News

Maine State Police is asking for the public help in locating an Otisfield man who fled Tuesday afternoon from a state trooper’s car, still in handcuffs.  Police are now looking for 27 year old Maxx Noble who is 6 feet tall, weighs 180 pounds and has multiple tattoos on his face, neck and arms.    […]

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Fish Nerds End Their Quest By Breaking A Record!

by Christian Mower September 26, 2014 Front Page News

Giant State Record Catfish is the Last Fish of an Epic New Hampshire Angling Quest It took three years, but two fishermen have finished their one year quest to catch and eat every species of freshwater fish in New Hampshire and they did it with a recordbreaking trophy. Dave Kellam from Exeter and Clay Groves […]

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Baldwin Maine Car Accident Sends Two to Hospital

by Christian Mower September 26, 2014 Front Page News

Baldwin Maine – Two people are in the hospital as a result of a car accident in Baldwin Maine involving a dump truck. At 3 o’clock yesterday afternoon 69-year-old George Curit, of Brownfield, was driving west on route 113 by Municipal Way with his wife Sharon when he crossed the centerline. His Dodge Grand Caravan […]

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Bridgton Pharmacy Suspected Robber Indicted

by Christian Mower September 26, 2014 Front Page News

BRIDGTON, Maine (AP) —  A Gardiner man has been charged with robbing a Bridgton pharmacy last year. Robert Richard was taken into custody Thursday on a warrant issued after he was indicted Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Portland on a charge of interference with commerce by robbery. The 26-year-old Richard pleaded not guilty in […]

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Loon Echo Land Trust 14th Annual Trek Huge Success

by Christian Mower September 24, 2014 Front Page News

The Loon Echo Land Trust’s 14th Annual Trek was a Huge Success Saturday. 303 enthusiastic cyclists and hikers enjoyed scenic views as they participated in the 14th annual Loon Echo Trek at Shawnee Peak Ski Area in Bridgton to benefit Loon Echo Land Trust. Two hundred twenty-one people cycled in the Trek choosing between the […]

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