Firetruck accident report released

Investigators have determined that brake failure was the cause of a deadly accident involving an antique firetruck in Bangor. 63 year old Wallace Fenlason of Holden was killed when the 83 year old truck collided with his tractor during the annual fourth of July parade. According to a report released today, there was insufficient brake fluid and poor quality brake fluid used in the truck. That caused the brakes to fail when the driver turned onto water street and struck the back of the tractor as they rolled down a hill.

Maine Launches Business Website

Getting information about licensing and permitting for new businesses should be a lot easier, thanks to a new state website. 

Maine Sees Second Major Golf Cart Crash

FRYE ISLAND - Maine has seen another serious golf-cart accident. Tuesday on Sebago Lake's Frye Island seven people were thrown from a large golf cart when it lost control going downhill. Five people were injured, two of them seriously. Saturday a man was thrown from an out-of-control cart in Casco and later died from his injuries.

Public Meeting Held at Fort Knox Regarding Fence Project

PROSPECT - Earlier Wednesday night a public informational meeting was held at Fort Knox in regards to the fencing project in the works for the area. Emotions running high from several members of the Friends of Fort Knox and the general public in attendance.

'Skate Don't Hate' Anti-Bullying Program Wraps up at Camp Capella

DEDHAM -   Bullying continues to be an issue facing today's youth. Wednesday night, Central Maine Derby wrapped up it's summer program, 'Skate, Don't Hate' at Camp Capella. While the presentation series is now over, the impact it's left on campers, is sure to be a lasting one.

Lobster Festival Kicks Off

ROCKLAND - Thousands of people will be celebrating one of Maine's biggest industries this week in Rockland.

Fort Knox Fence to be Replaced

PROSPECT - A historic part of Eastern Maine may soon have a different look. Fort Knox in Prospect attracts thousands of visitors to the pine tree state every year but now there's concern over safety. Our Erin Thomas explains.

Feds Award Nearly $5M to Maine Airports

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that eight of the state's small and medium-sized airports will receive nearly $5 million in grant funding to support upgrade projects. 

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