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Water shut off to Richmond mobile home park to prevent contamination

A broken pump at Meadowbrook Trailer Park could cause sewage to leak into Richmond’s drinking water. Nine households are without water.

Natural gas pipeline subcontractor sues in federal court

A Pennsylvania firm is seeking money from a contractor and an insurer, the second U.S. District Court lawsuit in recent months to plague Summit’s $350 million project.

Dexter still assessing damage one week after flooding

The town is hoping it can get some aid money after the East Branch of the Sebasticook River washed away culverts and roads downtown last week.

Avon drug bust one of the largest Franklin County has seen

Police seized $144,000, marijuana, pills and seven firearms at the home of the alleged drug dealer, Daryl Searles.

Oakland man sues over 2010 injuries from Windsor Fair starting gate

Christopher Charrier’s attorney estimates medical bills were $100,000 after gate struck spectators.

Franklin inmates once again going to Somerset jail

But Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols said the situation still does not alleviate problems created by the jail consolidation law that reduced the Franklin County jail to a 72-hour holding facility.

Process underway to build Gardiner skate park

The Gardiner City Council at its meeting last week approved the use of a section of the Waterfront Park for skateboarding until a more permanent location can be found.

Police: Knox woman choked her mother

Bobbi Sue Trask is facing charges after reportedly choking her mother and hitting her sister.

Couple charged by moose under investigation by Maine Warden Service

The New Hampshire couple say they were not chasing the moose, which is against the law.

Former ER doctor in Augusta loses appeal to supreme court

A Richmond woman’s claims of a civil rights violation now move forward in Kennebec County.

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