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Orono Police Officers Check In Daily on Area Senior Citizens

Life can be pretty scary for senior citizens who live alone. If they slip and fall or have a medical issue, there’s no one nearby to lean on for help. And for some, they could suffer for days before anyone checks on them. So the Orono Police Department decided to do something about it.

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Man Crawls to Get Help After Snowmobile Crash

Can you imagine what it would be like to drag yourself, any distance at all, by your elbows?

How about with a broken leg, and in sub-zero temperatures?

Well that's what a Maine man did last Friday after he suffered an injury in a snowmobile accident.

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Photo, Getty Images
Photo, Getty Images

Give Your Children the Gift of Planning Ahead

We are creatures driven by human nature, and that nature tends to leave us putting off those difficult family discussions.

My recent experiences have really opened my eyes to the importance of having some of these discussions, before difficulties arise.

Planning ahead can really be a gift that can help to reduce stress, confusion and frustration.

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Pine Tree Society YouTube Photo

What Does The Pine Tree Camp Mean To and Do for So Many Campers? [VIDEO]

You hear Q-106.5 talk about The Pine Tree Camp for Children and Adults with Disabilities, each and every January and February during our largest fundraising effort all year, The Q-106.5 Pine Tree Camp Egg Ride presented by Bangor Motorsports & Bangor Tractor & Equipment, but until you see what the camp does, and why we're so passionate about this amazing place, you won't get the full appreciation of just what your donation means to so many...so, take a few minutes and watch just what goes on at The Pine Tree Camp, and make your donation today!

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Photo, Luis Davilla,Getty Images
Photo, Luis Davilla,Getty Images

When an Ear Ache Isn’t

It's just one of those stories that invokes a shiver, followed by a loud outburst.

Gross!

Let this be a lesson to you, to not put off that nagging pain in your ear.

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Shelters Open in Wake of Ice Storm [Updated 6:25pm ]

The skies have cleared for the most part today leaving only the cleanup following a two-day ice storm that left some parts of Maine covered in an inch of ice.

As Mainers go about last minute preparations for Christmas, thousands have been plunged into darkness as the state's utility companies announce this morning as many as 100,000 customers were in the dark as of 5AM.

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Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning This Winter

With the impending ice storm, the Maine Center for Disease Control is reminding residents to be safe with their generators and space heaters. If these appliances are not properly vented, it could result in carbon monoxide poisoning, causing illness or even death.

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The Banana’s Under Attack but Forget About Potassium Supplements

We could be in a pickle.

It's long been known our body requires fuel to function well and when certain nutrients come up missing in our system we wind up with one affliction or another.

In an ideal world, you'd always balance the right amount of fruits, veggies, meats, grains and dairy to keep your body moving just right.

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Cancer Patients Get A Chance to Be Carefree – If Only For a Second [VIDEO]

It's so easy to take our health for granted. And even more than that, to take for granted the opportunities everyday to be carefree. But for someone battling cancer, 'carefree' is no longer in their daily vocabularies. so the Mimi Foundation gave a few of these folks a chance to be carefree, if only for a second. The video will evoke emotions - tears, smiles, laughter - and remind us how lucky we are to be carefree.

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Photo, Getty Images

Do Them a Big Favor; Slow Down and Move Over

A State Trooper is recovering from injuries he sustained after his cruiser was struck by another vehicle while he was sitting parked at the scene of a crash in Southern Maine.

Trooper William Baker was treated and released Sunday from the hospital in York. He has a number of bumps and bruises.

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