FORT KENT, Maine -Bertrand Boucher, Fort Kent TD Bank Vice President, announced June 15, 2015 that Northern Maine Medical Center (NMMC) received a cash contribution in the amount of $1,330 from TD Bank, through the bank’s Affinity Membership Program.
FORT KENT, Maine - Robin Damboise, director of human resources at Northern Maine Medical Center (NMMC), announced on July 13, 2015, that the hospital selected Sue Pelletier as the Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2015.
FORT KENT, Maine –(Update: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 12:50 p.m.: A woman who hit her vehicle into the side of the China Garden restaurant building contacted the owner of the building on Monday. Police declined to issue any citations to the 86-year-old woman. Damages to the woman's vehicle and the building are less than $1,000.) The Fort Kent Police Department (FKPD) is investigating a hit in run in which a vehicle drove into the side of The China Garden in Fort Kent. Paul Ouellette, the owner of the building which houses the Chinese restaurant, reported the hit and run to police on Sunday morning, July 19.
AROOSTOOK COUNTY - Aroostook Aspirations Initiative (AAI) has used seed funding from Next Generation Foundation to launch the Internship Hub of Aroostook, which will serve Aroostook students throughout their college careers.
FORT KENT, Maine – The Raminator is about to pay Fort Kent a visit. Though it may sound like something out of a science-fiction movie, the Raminator holds the Guinness Book of World Records distinction of being the world's fastest Monster truck.
AROOSTOOK COUNTY -The Aroostook Medical Center has issued the following statement concerning the shootings in northern Penobscot/southern Aroostook County today, July 17, and the related lockdown situation at the A.R. Gould Memorial Hospital in Presque Isle:
FORT KENT, Maine - Sandra San Antonio, Northern Maine Medical Center’s (NMMC) medical practices director, has announced that Eric McNaughton, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA), participated on an elite national panel dealing with CRNA policy in Chicago, Illinois, on June 18 -19, 2015.
FORT KENT, Maine - The plausibility of a disaster situation occurring in the St. John Valley proved true when the St. John River flooded the Valley in 2008, causing significant property damage, but fortunately, no loss of life.
ST. JOHN VALLEY - Six St. John Valley businesses have joined forces to create a faux-wedding photo shoot in Van Buren with the hopes of having it published in the January edition of Real Maine Weddingsmagazine.
FORT KENT, Maine – A Fort Kent musician and his band mates had such a good experience recently with Quebec-based Boucher Guitar's custom-built, prototype bluegrass guitar that they have formed a lasting bond with the guitar's craftsman.
EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick – In an unassuming commerce building on a quiet side street, is a suite of rooms filled with jewel-colored tapestries, beaded curtains, crystals, inspirational art and soothing music. This is the place known simply as “The Center,” according to artist Paulina Ellis of Edmundston.
MADAWASKA, Maine – Police in Madawaska are investigating a counterfeit $20 bill, which they have turned over to federal authorities, after a local Key Bank employee found it in a business's deposit bag.
FORT KENT, Maine - Sandra San Antonio, Northern Maine Medical Center’s (NMMC) Medical Practices Director, has announced one of its surgeons will serve on the National Board of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA).
MAINE – Barber Foods, a Portland, Maine establishment, is recalling approximately 1,707,494 pounds of frozen, raw stuffed chicken products that may be contaminated with Salmonella Enteritidis, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced in July, 2015.
MAINE / NEW BRUNSWICK / QUEBEC - Last week, protesters in Portland and Fairfield took to the streets to oppose the movement of oil tank trains through the state bound for the Irving Oil refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick.