BANGOR - Stephen Colvin, 21, of New York, tragically lost his life Tuesday on the slopes at Sugarloaf.
A bank in Bingham was held up today.The second bank robbery in the town in less than 3 weeks. This time it was the Skowhegan Savings Bank on on Main street that was hit just before 1:30. Authorities say a man wearing a ski mask and armed with a hammer demanded money and then fled on foot. On January 17th, the Camden National Bank was robbed just down the road. In that case a man armed with a hammer was also the robber. Police spent the afternoon doing interviews and searching for the man. Along with a black ski mask, they say he also had on dark clothing and was also carrying some sort of a bag. Anyone with information on either robbery is urged to contact the Somerset County Sheriffs Department.
LiveSAFE Emergency Response Service Name Change
Brewer, ME – (February 4, 2014) – On February 1, the LiveSAFE programs of Charles A Dean Memorial Hospital, Inland Hospital, Eastern Maine Medical Center, and Rosscare consolidated under one name, EMHS LiveSAFE.
Charles A Dean Memorial Hospital, Inland Hospital, Eastern Maine Medical Center, and Rosscare are members of EMHS. This name change is reflective of the system’s collective commitment to its patients and communities to provide the right care, at the right time, and in the right place. In addition, consolidating the name will also help resolve confusion among subscribers of the individual LiveSAFE programs, resulting from the multiple brand names.
Jennifer Maskala, EMHS LiveSAFE manager, who manages all four LiveSAFE programs from Rosscare’s office, says, “We have come to realize this consolidated management style of four differently branded programs has resulted in hard to understand messaging for our subscribers. Therefore, we decided to simplify by unifying our names under one common brand.”
Rosscare currently manages the administrative functions for the LiveSAFE programs for all four members, including billing and subscriber inquiries. Subscribers can still expect to receive the same great local service, and there will be no changes functionally to the overall LiveSAFE program. Calls will continue to be answered by LiveSAFE operators located at TAMC in Presque Isle.