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Washington County Teen Charged With Terrorizing

A verbal threat against a high school gets a young man in trouble with the law in Washington County.

Washington County Sheriff Donnie Smith said in a press release the Washington County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a verbal threat towards Narraguagus High School located in Harrington Tuesday night.

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Drug Use and Abuse in Maine Takes Lives and Demands Resources

"Last year, over 800 babies were born in this state, drug addicted. If that isn't a damned scary figure, then I don't know what is," states Maine's Commissioner of Public Safety, John Morris.

Morris goes on to explain that a "reasonable percentage" of those babies were addicted to Methadone.

Commissioner Morris says he's working with Governor Paul LePage to produce a Governor's bill for the legislature's consideration in January.  The recommendations will address a variety of negative impacts the state is experiencing, brought on by the significant drug use and abuse in Maine.

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Young Man Faces Arson Charges after Fire at NMCC

 

The fire happened in the early morning hours Saturday at an apartment in Penobscot Hall on the campus of Northern Maine Community College.

The fire started in a bedroom but was quickly put out by the sprinkler system. No one was hurt, but that apartment, and others, sustained water damage.

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Photo-Darren McCollester,Getty Images
Photo-Darren McCollester,Getty Images

Pre-Paid Home Heating Deadline Nears

The deadline for Maine oil dealers, who offer pre-paid contracts for the heating season, to get their reports into the state is quickly approaching.

According to Maine’s Department of Professional and Financial Regulation reports are due by next Thursday

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State Law in Maine Can Save You a Little Cash

So, you're at the checkout getting ready to purchase that new washing machine and the cashier asks you if you'd like to purchase an extended service contract or warranty.

The Maine Attorney General's office suggests you first consider Maine's Express and Implied Warranty Law.

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Don’t Let Your Prescription Drugs Fall Into the Wrong Hands

Often times those who are legitimately using prescription pain medications unwittingly open themselves up to a lot of possible danger.

Drug take-backs are a great way to rid yourself of unused or outdated meds and there's one coming up at the end of the month.

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Roger Ingram in "action"
Roger Ingram in "action"

World-Class Trumpeter to Share Knowledge with Students [Video]

Music education and live performance teach young people how to listen, read a foreign language of sorts, and contribute creative individualism to a team effort.

Some folks will be able to pick up some tips from one of the best trumpeters in the country during clinics and workshops, and you can see him in performance tomorrow night in Brewer

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FleurDeLis, Curran Homstead

Practical Tools or Creative Art Work are Created by Blacksmiths

Years ago it was a career field as essential as the doctor or teacher.

Not only did the horses need to be shod, but tools needed to be made and maintained for everything from transportation to logging.

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The Perpetual Christmas Tree for Veterans Lives on in Columbia Falls [Video]

Amazing.

Heart-felt, patriotic, and nothing short of amazing. A tribute to the men and women of the United States military, and their families, like none other.

The Perpetual Christmas Tree was ceremonially removed Sunday from the town of Bar Harbor and relocated, under escort by Maine members of the Patriot Riders of America, to the town of Columbia Falls, Maine.

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Win a Ride On a Fire Truck at Bangor Fire’s Open House

The Bangor Fire Department is celebrating Fire Prevention week by hosting its annual open house this Saturday at the Central Fire Station on Main Street. It's a fun and informational event that helps make kids more comfortable around the uniform and learn about fire safety.

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