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Murder indictment

Murder indictment

A man accused of killing a baby is among those indicted today by a Penobscot County Grand Jury. 25 year old Samuel Moore has been indicted on charges including depraved indifference murder, manslaughter and aggravated assault. He’s accused of causing the death of 5 month old Korbyn Antworth earlier this month while the baby was in his … Read More

School withdrawal vote

School withdrawal vote

Stockton Springs is the latest community to move ahead with plans to withdraw from the local school district. 90 percent of residents voted yesterday to start the process. The town manager tells us that local control of students education is the biggest reason for the withdrawal. He says the towns two school board members dont have a big … Read More

Ferry tickets on sale

Ferry tickets on sale

A company is moving ahead with plans to return ferry service to Nova Scotia. Nova Star Cruises has plans to offer ferry service from Portland to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia this spring. It has listed ticked prices as between $79 and $139 dollars for adults. A one way ticket for children ranges from $39 to $64 dollars. All the company … Read More

Truck crash

Truck crash

Talk about a close call… A trucker is lucky to be alive following a scary crash this morning in Lowell. State Police say 20 year old Nick Desomone   was hauling a load of logs on Route 188 when he struck a frost heave and it pulled the wheel from his hands. The rig ended up striking a snowbank … Read More

Waterville drug bust

Waterville drug bust

Three people from out of state are facing drug charges following a bust at a Waterville motel. They were arrested late last night after police set up surveillance and later executed a search warrant. The suspects include 24 year old Alexis Vilar and 31 year old Wentworth Rhoden of Connecticut–along with 36 year old Christina Pena-Cantor. Waterville police … Read More

Arming rangers

Arming rangers

A bill that calls for arming Maine forest rangers cleared another hurdle when the Senate gave its approval this week, but it’s not a done deal just yet. Finding a way to fund the measure is still being considered. Now that it has won approval in both the House and Senate it’s being sent back to the … Read More

Deadly crash

Deadly crash

Route 202 in Winthrop was the scene of a deadly accident this morning. Police say a man was killed and a woman was injured when an suv and a pickup truck collided head-on. Police say the driver of the suv crossed the center line around 7:20 am and struck a pickup that had a plow … Read More

Corinth bank robbery

Corinth bank robbery

Police are investigating a bank robbery in Corinth. The Camden National Bank on Route 15 was held up just after nine this morning. They say a man robbed the bank and then took off on foot. He’s described as being five foot five. He was wearing jeans, a black coat and a grey hoodie. He … Read More

Color Bangor needs volunteers

Color Bangor needs volunteers

If you’re not afraid of getting a little messy, the organizers of the American Folk Festival want to hear from you. They’re recruiting volunteers to help with the festivals first-ever “color run”. It’s a 5k run along Bangor’s waterfront–during which colorful corn starch will be thrown on the runners–creating a colorful display. It’s a fun way to raise … Read More

Fire cause uncovered

Fire cause uncovered

Investigators believe a frayed electrical cord likely caused a devestating apartment fire in Carmel. Numerous fire departments were called to the blaze on yesterday on Route 2. By the time it was out, the three story building was badly damaged and several members of a family were left without their home. The fire chief tells us an electrical … Read More

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