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The event at the Augusta Civic Center draws more than 1,200 students from around the state. [Read More]
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An ever-increasing number of families rely on the service, which should be operational next month. [Read More]
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Re-enactors lead a group of Veterans Day observers to visit soldiers' resting places. [Read More]
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Fresh vegetables and fruit, and the time outdoors, prove beneficial for the health and morale of many. [Read More]
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Providing fresh fruit and vegetables for veterans is healthy for body and mind. [Read More]
And officials have safety on their minds after two minor accidents involving horse-and-buggy drivers this fall. [Read More]
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Although it was originally believed to be a hate crime, the Office of the Maine Attorney General says the vandalism cannot be classified definitively as... [Read More]
A library board member said the library's operation isn't sustainable without a significant change in the nonprofit organization's financial situation. [Read More]
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Select Board Chairman Tony Marple said the conversation will be ongoing, but he said the town has a better idea of where the Amish typically... [Read More]
Warning signs and persuading car drivers to slow down are among the possible steps the town might take following two recent accidents involving buggies. [Read More]
Maine Earth Science Day featured interactive exhibits on geology, lightning, gold prospecting and topography at the Maine State Museum. [Read More]
Because of recent accidents involving horse-drawn buggies, the Whitefield Select Board is working with state officials and local police to make roads safer. [Read More]
Workers have planted 11 saplings resistant to a deadly Asiatic fungus. [Read More]
There was damage to several greens at the Cobbossee Colony Golf Course, including hole No. 1, where a swastika were carved into the turf. [Read More]
The artisan goat cheese business produced about $90,000 worth of product last year, Jean Koons says. [Read More]
Saturday's event was expected to draw as many as 2,000 people. [Read More]
Tom Petty died Monday at age 66, and local radio personality Jon James said he'll remember Petty's unique voice, lyrics and legendary guitar riffs. [Read More]
Councilors vote 6-1 in favor of an additional 180-day moratorium on marijuana establishments in the city. [Read More]
Six of the eight Democrats in the race attend a candidates forum in Augusta, where they also agreed that their party must occupy Blaine House... [Read More]
The school's entire $26.2 million construction cost will be paid by the state. [Read More]
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