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Titcomb Mt. activities for February break

 WEST FARMINGTON – Titcomb Mountain has scheduled events everyday during February vacation. Sixty inches of snow has fallen so far this season for great slope and trail conditions. Special hours his week…

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Seven departments respond to farmhouse fire

EAST DIXFIELD – A local couple was forced to flee their home Sunday morning, after their farmhouse of more than 100 years old, caught on fire. Firefighters from seven towns responded to…

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Convicted sex offender wanted for questioning

FARMINGTON – A 19-year-old convicted sex offender is being sought by police for questioning after he allegedly gained access into one of the locked residence halls at the University of Maine at…

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Children’s Festival fun for the whole family

Logan Tardif, 4, of Waterville, manipulates a cow puppet in a puppet show at the 26th Annual Children’s Festival held at the University of Maine at Farmington’s student center today. The festival,…

Strong Fire Department awarded grant

STRONG – The Fire Department has been awarded a grant of $33,630 through the Homeland Security Committee for training and other equipment. Fire Chief Scott Dyar said he was “surprised and happy”…

Jay police department announces awards

JAY – The local police department has announced the recipients of the 2008 Employee of the Year and 2008 Professionalism Awards. Jay Police Department Chief Larry White Sr. announced Wednesday that Sgt. Troy Young,…