Maine Widow Sues Law Enforcement

by Cooper October 8, 2014 News

    The widow of a man who was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy in Maine is planning to sue for $2 million. The Portland Press Herald reports that Vicki McKenney filed a notice of claim against the Cumberland County Sheriff's Department, Deputy Nicholas Mangino and the Windham Police Department. Mangino fatally shot […]

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Judge Reconsiders Molestation Sentence

by Cooper October 8, 2014 News

    A Carroll County Superior Court judge is considering reducing a convicted sex offender'ssentence, but prosecutors argued yesterday afternoon he doesn't have that power. Joshua Baud was found guilty of sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl eight years ago in Carroll County Superior Court. Judge David Garfunkel sentenced him to 10 to 20 years in […]

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Stuff we’re talking about…

by Cooper October 8, 2014 Front Page News

  The Most Expensive Burger A restaurant in New York is selling a burger for nearly 1,800-bucks. Groupon and the Honky Tonk restaurant worked together to create the Glamburger. The sandwich is stuffed with a burger patty made from 220 grams of Kobe Wagyu beef minced with 60 grams of New Zealand venison covered in […]

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Celebrity Sleaze for Wednesday

by Cooper October 8, 2014 Celebrity Sleaze

  RYAN MURPHY BRINGS ‘AMERICAN CRIME STORY’ TO FX: FX is staying in business with Ryan Murphy following his success with American Horror Story. The network has ordered a companion series called American Crime Story. The 10-episode first season will reportedly be about the O.J. Simpson case. Ryan said in a statement, “The O.J. case […]

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What Is It???

by Cooper October 8, 2014 Front Page News

Know what this is???  Call 603.356.9145 with the correct answer to grab tix to the Sandwich Fair!   UPDATE!!! Congrats to Mary!!!  She knew the answer was CORNDOG!

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Kennett Mattress Sale

by Cooper October 7, 2014 News

    Those looking for a new mattress can also help out the local school during a very unique Fundraiser for the Kennett High School Music Department. On Saturday, from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm, the Kennett HS Music Department is hosting a one-day only, mattress sale in the cafeteria.  There will be over 20 […]

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Shaheen Versus Brown Senate Debate

by Cooper October 7, 2014 News

  In the first of four confirmed debates Current U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen and her challenger Scott Brown both said they were small business candidates. On the issue of Common Core standards for schools systems Brown was against federal education standards, where as Shaheen said she believe the Federal Government has a role to play […]

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