( Farmington, Maine ) - Police in Farmington, Maine are on the lookout for a person who tossed more than 24 buckets of dirty diapers into the streams of Maine.


The  five-gallon buckets containing soiled  adult diapers have been thrown into streams in Wilton and Farmington in the last few months.
Wardens say in addition to the waste, the diapers contain chemicals that could be harmful to fish and wildlife.
A $500 reward has been offered for information leading to a summons and conviction in the littering case.


Police in Sanford, Maine, have charged a 13-year-old boy with making a threat at Sanford junior high school. The bomb threat was written on a restroom wall, prompting the evacuation of the school this morning. Students returned to their classrooms two hours later after the school was searched and deemed to be safe. The boy has been charged with felony terrorizing.

Hillary Clinton is headed to New Hampshire on Monday and Tuesday. Clinton will lead roundtables of students, educators and employees of a new hampshire small business. The trip will also include private meetings with elected officials

The N.H.  Department of Resources And Economic Development,  has recommended approving a plan to expand the Mount Sunapee ski resort
The resort  wants to expand the ski mountain by adding a lift and four trails, but opponents worry it will build condominiums on the private land and connect them to the ski mountain