The town of Dexter is dealing with a lot of water, raised culverts, and a gaping hole in the ground after heavy rains caused flooding overnight. One entrance to the municipal parking lot is gone and many downtown businesses are closed.
I scared JR this morning, I think, when I told him I nearly called in 'sick.' I'm not the one who's sick, though. It's my car. See Jack (that's my car) has had a rough winter, like a lot of cars, I'm sure!
Attorney General Janet T. Mills is warning Mainers of a phone scam in which the caller claims to be from the Department of Motor Vehicles. As always, the potential victim is told they must pay money over the phone immediately.
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness month and one of the most common distractions is cellphones. Texting and driving has become epidemic, so a powerful new commercial hits hard to get the message out.
A Life Insurance Company in Thailand has a hit on their hands with this commercial that encourages viewers to 'Believe in Good.' I love this incredibly touching peek into the life of a man who shows great generosity of spirit. Uplifting!
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