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Antique car crashes into utility pole | Print |
Wednesday, 20 July 2016 09:24

By Anthony Brino

Staff Writer

     FORT FAIRFIELD — The driver of an antique car crashed into a utility pole in Fort Fairfield on Friday and could face charges for speeding and reckless driving, according to police.

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Potato Blossom Festival is underway | Print |
Wednesday, 13 July 2016 10:28

By Anthony Brino
Staff Writer

The Maine Potato Blossom Festival is once again offering a nine-day celebration of summer and Aroostook County, this year with a large crop of musical performances.

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FF streaming town meetings | Print |
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 08:47

     FORT FAIRFIELD — Fort Fairfield has contracted with Town Hall Streams to provide streaming and playback access to town council meetings.

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Driver crashes into Fort Fairfield store OUI | Print |
Wednesday, 18 May 2016 10:13
By Anthony Brino
Staff Writer

     FORT FAIRFIELD — Two women were sent to the hospital Saturday afternoon after a driver who may have been impaired crashed into Nan’s Thrift Store, according to police.

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Community garden a place for renewal and healing | Print |
Wednesday, 13 April 2016 13:12

 

Fort Fairfield garden plots will be rented out starting next year

FORT FAIRFIELD — Community and wellness are two key concepts organizers have built into the Community General Hospital Legacy Project, and Fort Fairfield residents will begin to benefit from their work this summer.

Early in 2015, the CGH Legacy Project Committee announced plans for a series of community projects, including a memorial garden and a community garden. The committee is a partnership between the Town of Fort Fairfield, the Fort Fairfield Quality of Place Council and the Community General Hospital Legacy Committee. Its overarching mission is to pay tribute to the legacy of the former Community General Hospital, including its staff, volunteers, donors and patients through the years.

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