Val Flewelling on Pickers

Val Flewelling on Pickers

Matter of Law 12.13.17

On this segment of Matter of Law, attorney Luke Rossignol talks about issues drivers need to be aware of when in an accident this winter driving season.

Making The Grade 12.11.17

In this week's Making The Grade we talk with local entrepreneur Patrick Vaiilancourt about his growing business and why he returned to the county to launch a business start up.

Taking you inside the County's first ever sober living home

The County's first ever sober house opened about a month ago...we told you about that when it happened. Recovering drug addict Erik Lamoreau made it his mission to offer support in this way to those getting out of rehab and wanting to start a new way of life. We now want to offer you a more in depth look inside what's known as Allen's Way and tell you a bit more about why its essential to this community. Here's NewsSource 8's Katie Zarrilli.

Police arrest man in connection with car burglaries

Police in Caribou arrested a person who was reportedly prowling around residents property and breaking into their cars. According the Caribou Police Department, officers reported to the Grimes Mill road where the incident had been reported and tracked the burglar from the footprints he left in the snow. After about an hour, officers caught up to 27 year old Adam Guerrette of Caribou, who then attempted to run. He was arrested and charged with four counts of burglary of a motor vehicle, three counts of theft, one count of condition of release because he was out on bail and failure to submit to an arrest. Officer Douglas Bell says this crime has become known as "car shopping."

Medical Monday 12.11.17

The end of 2017 is quickly approaching, but its not too late for some men to complete a resolution for this year or jump start one for the New Year. As Shawn Cunningham in this week's Medical Monday, men should give themselves the gift of peace of mind by getting a prostate health screening.

Presque Isle Rotary Club Works To Eradicate Polio Globally

The quest continues to eradicate polio. In the mid 1980's, there were about 350,000 cases of polio each year around the world. That's when the Presque Isle Rotary Club, along with other local and international Rotary clubs, decided to join the fight to end polio. This week we're highlighting some of the projects the Presque Isle Rotary Club has been involved with over the years, ahead of the annual Rotary Auction this Saturday. NewsSource 8's Kelly O'Mara tells us how far the cause has come and why the Rotary Club is continuing the fight.


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