Well, there's no holiday sense of understanding on the roads in Augusta, I'll tell ya that. I saw a guy from Public Works stringing lights on the tree in the center of the Cony Circle of Death today and I did what any other news reporter would have done. I abandoned my vehicle in my lane on the circle, got out and took this neat photo! How festive!
On January 24th, 1963, nine members of the U.S. Air Force left from a base in Massachusetts aboard a B-52 Stratofortress-C. The mission was to practice low-level navigation in order to avoid the latest soviet radar technology. They left the base just after noon and were due back at 5:30 that afternoon.
Ashley Harriman stopped in to talk with us about something near and dear to her heart, the Miles for Mills fundraiser coming up on Memorial Day. Ashley, a junior at Maine Maritime Academy, is cousin to Travis' wife, Kelsey. The horrible incident which was to change the Mills family's life forever happened just a little over a year ago.
I got a call from an old friend today. His name is Todd Brackett and, as you may already know, he is the sheriff of Lincoln County. When Todd calls, it's always for a good reason. This time was no exception. He wanted to let me know that the Maine Sheriffs’ Association and the Maine Chiefs of Police Association have two great opportunities to see a movie that will be both informative and movin