Caribou Police confirm an early morning motor vehicle accident on Route 1 caused a road closure. Police say the scene is being cleared up. Newssource 8 will have more information as it becomes available.
Snow showers will make for messy travel both weekend days, with the greatest impacts felt Saturday morning and late Sunday night. A bigger system works in to start the work week, bringing more snow in a shorter period of time for Monday morning.
and once a part of the Loring Air Force Base and off limits to the public is now a biodiverse area for all the critters that take up residence there including some endangered critters. The Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge started 25 years ago when they bought land that was formerly used to keep bombs.
On this segment of Matter of Law, the topic of discussion is the new federal Corporate Transparency Act that will be effective 1/1/24. Frank Bemis is guesting attorney and Shawn Cunningham moderates the discussion.
The holiday season can be a time of joy for some. But it also can be a time for sadness and depression for others. Shawn Cunningham reports on the mental health challenges the holidays can pose and what resources are available for those struggling.
Our next weather maker looks to bring heavy snow to portions of the county just in time for the Monday morning commute. Snow continues into the morning, before transitioning to rain for most by the afternoon.
Christmas started early for folks in the Caribou area. Activities for the kids were going on throughout most of the day, from making a letter to Santa to seeing him and his reindeer, Caribou was the place to be to kick off the holiday.
After Thanksgiving leftovers, Many folks in Caribou burned off the extra turkey by running a 5k turkey trot on Saturday. The 5K Turkey Trot Race is back in Caribou for the first time this year since COVID-19.
For three years now the organization, Canines for Disabled Children, has had an event in Massachusetts that allows folks a chance to rappel down a building after making a donation of 1000 dollars to their cause. The event is called Over the Edge and the building that is used is 110 feet tall. Last Saturday, a County woman, Jackie Lowman traveled to Massachusetts to do exactly that.