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Lane Lesko of Michigan, who was shot to death by police on Tuesday in Peterborough, stands on top of Speckled Mountain in Maine during an outing with Summit Achievement, a residential treatment facility in Maine. The family of the 19-year-old, who had autism and bipolar disorder, had hoped he would get the help he needed there, but Lesko ran away during a camping trip last weekend and ended up in a chase with police.

Michigan teen shot to death by police was finally getting the help he needed, family says


A sympathetic judge allowed a mentally ill teen to attend a residential treatment program in Maine instead of going to jail in Michigan. The teen's mom thought her son would finally get the treatment he needed.

    A three-alarm fire destroyed Proctor Academy's Thoreau Hall at 22 Lawrence St. in Andover on Saturday.

    3-alarm fire destroys historic Proctor Academy dormitory

    In a commentary on the current political system in the U.S., Matt Philips, president of the Free State Project, pulls the lever of a slot/voting machine that never pays out. The machine was a popular feature during the 13th annual PorcFest, which was held from June 19-26, at Roger's Campground in Lancaster.

    PorcFest draws freedom lovers to North Country


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