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A local photographer was on hand in Belfast today taking family photos that included their furry friends. [Read More]
State police say a horse had to be put down after it ran into the road and struck two vehicles in Littleton. [Read More]
Elton John and his band are performing today at the Cross Insurance Center. Folks should expect heavy traffic around the area. [Read More]
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A convicted sex offender in Augusta is going back to prison for attacking a woman... [Read More]
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A pedestrian was seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle in Lincoln... [Read More]
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HSFB CLASS C STATE GAME: MCI 30, CAPE ELIZABETH 13... [Read More]
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NCAA MEN'S HOCKEY: HOCKEY EAST: MAINE 5, BOSTON U. 2... [Read More]
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Local football predictions. [Read More]
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HSFB STATE GAME: CLASS D: FOXCROFT VS WELLS 2:36 PM AT PORTLAND'S FITZPATRICK STADIUM. [Read More]
Harasymiak has rooting interest in tomorrow's NCAA tournament game against Husson. [Read More]
College of the Atlantic students have been working on a farm learning what farm to table truly means. [Read More]
47-year-old Hatch is facing 22 charges, half of which are for sexual abuse of minors. [Read More]
'I hope everybody does not miss the opportunity to make A.C Inc. Pay the full amount of 10,000 dollars. Please make a donation and make... [Read More]
47-year-old Hatch is facing 22 charges, half of which are for sexual abuse of minors. [Read More]
More than a thousand students from throughout Maine got hands-on trade experience in Augusta Friday at the 2017 Craft Championships. [Read More]
Senator Susan Collins wants Roy Moore to drop out of the Alabama Senate race. [Read More]
A Bangor school is among the highest achieving schools across America. [Read More]
The first floor of the Hathaway Creative Center in Waterville has been transformed into a winter wonderland. It's all for the Third Annual Sukeforth Family... [Read More]
With turkey day right around the corner, a local food cupboard is giving generously to help their neighbors have a better Thanksgiving. [Read More]
We're told the three people that were home were able to safely get out, along with several animals. [Read More]
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