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Geary will be tried as an adult | Print |
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 14:39
By Jen Lynds
Staff Writer

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HOULTON — A local teenager accused of killing a 61-year-old Houlton man last year can be prosecuted as an adult, a District Court judge has ruled.

Samuel Geary was 16 and his co-defendant, Reginald Dobbins, was 18 when the two allegedly stabbed and brutally beat Keith Suitter to death on March 1, 2015.

Both have been charged with murder in connection with the death of Suitter at his home at 412 Hillview Ave.

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ACAP marks grand opening of new Houlton location | Print |
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 14:35
By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
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RIBBON CUTTING — ACAP Executive Director Jason Parent, middle, and Steve Richard, chairman of the ACAP Board of Directors, cut a ceremonial ribbon April 27 to celebrate the grand opening of ACAP's new facility in Houlton. To the far left is Houlton Rotarian Marty McKenna and to the far right is Greater Houlton Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jane Torres.  
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Sen. Collins makes County appearance at Rotary | Print |
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 14:10
By Joseph Cyr
Staff Writer
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GIFT — Tribal Chief Brenda Commander, left, of the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians presents a Maliseet language children's book to Sen. Susan Collins during Monday's Houlton Rotary Club meeting.  

HOULTON — Sen. Susan Collins made a brief visit to her native Aroostook County Monday as she updated members of the Houlton Rotary Club on the topics of Social Security, Medicare and elderly fraud.

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Council OKs 3-year deal for town's Public Works Department | Print |
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 14:06

HOULTON — The Houlton Town Council agreed April 25 to a enter into a three-year agreement with a Glenmont, N.Y. company to provide liquid dust control and ice melting products for the town’s Public Works Department.

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Memorial Building closes for repairs | Print |
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 14:05
By Jen Lynds
Staff Writer

HOULTON — Officials at the Gentle Memorial Building have closed the gym and recreation facility for the next month to allow for some much needed repairs.

Marie Carmichael, recreation program director for the town, said Thursday that the facility, which closed on Saturday, will remain closed until about June 8 so that Buildings Etcetera, a Houlton-based firm, can fix substantial damage to a block wall at the building.

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