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Two dozen immigrants from 18 countries were sworn in as United States citizens Friday in Bangor. [Read More]
It's all part of a program designed to combat veteran homelessness. [Read More]
It's all part of a program designed to combat veteran homelessness. [Read More]
Deferred maintenance is the major issue happening in national parks around the country, including Acadia National Park. [Read More]
Growing crops while enriching the lives of inmates. That's the goal of the Garden Project at the Maine Coastal Regional Reentry Center Farm in Swanville. [Read More]
Readfield town officials are looking for help, cutting wood. [Read More]
State Police tell us 48-year old Douglas Barrett was found in the kitchen of his apartment which was destroyed. [Read More]
The 5th annual Harvest Fair and its new companion, the Machias Fiber Festival, is a week from Saturday, and this year, they've added a unique... [Read More]
Car registration fees are five dollars for past participants, ten dollars for first year and fifteen for day of registrations. [Read More]
UMaine's Sigma Phi Epsilon hosts Rock Against Rape, a free concert with the Mallet Brothers Band and Zesty, Saturday September 1st. [Read More]
There was hundreds of new faces on the UMaine campus Friday. [Read More]
The committee spearheading fundraising for the memorial hopes to honor Gold Star Families from all wars and conflicts, while preserving the memory of the fallen. [Read More]
Residents in Orland have been voicing their concerns for the past few months about people speeding on the Castine Road. [Read More]
In its 131st year, the Piscataquis Valley Fair still prides itself on agriculture and tradition. [Read More]
A lifelong resident of St. George is ringing in her 95th birthday with a birthday party fundraiser, and all the funds will go towards one... [Read More]
County Ambulance officials have not responded to our request for comment. [Read More]
The over 800-thousand dollar lab renovation project was funded by the EDA and Maine Technology Institute. [Read More]
The Skowhegan State Fair opened the gates Thursday for its 200th year. [Read More]
Victoria Scott was sentenced to 11 years in prison. [Read More]
There's a new program in Millinocket designed to improve access to outdoor recreation in the Katahdin region. [Read More]
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