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- Gorham students mourn death of football player
- Maine's first footgolf course opening in Portland
- Wayne man arrested for assault on baby
- Gas prices drop 7 cents in Maine
- Yellow lobster caught twice by same fisherman
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Maine communities join national broadband speed effortMaine communities join national broadband speed effortTwo Maine communities help to create a national group pushing for faster Internet service.
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Acadia Hospital new eating disorder programAcadia Hospital new eating disorder programAcadia Hospital announces the start of a new program geared help adults ages 16 and up struggling with eating disorders.
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State may have difficulty filing Epidemiologist positionState may have difficulty filing Epidemiologist positionPositions that track and monitor infectious diseases in Maine remain unfilled
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Accident closes part of Route 302 in WindhamAccident closes part of Route 302 in WindhamThere was a 3-car crash near the intersection of Route 302 and Mineral Springs Road.
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Final debates on tap for Maine governor candidatesFinal debates on tap for Maine governor candidatesThe three men vying for Maine governor are getting ready to join for their final two debates this week.
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Fright at the Fort open for HalloweenFright at the Fort open for HalloweenFright At The Fort started 13 years ago.
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Falmouth man sentenced for cocaine and firearms chargesFalmouth man sentenced for cocaine and firearms chargesA Falmouth man was sentenced to 130 months in prison for cocaine and firearms charges.
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Maine restaurateurs sentenced for illegal workersMaine restaurateurs sentenced for illegal workersGuillermo Fuentes, of Westbrook, and Hector Fuentes, of Waterville, were sentenced in U.S. District Court.
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First aquaculture project in federal waters soonFirst aquaculture project in federal waters soonFederal officials say the first shellfish aquaculture project permitted in federal waters off the East Coast is likely to begin in the spring off of Nantucket.
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Police investigate apparent drug overdose in PortsmouthPolice investigate apparent drug overdose in Portsmouth30-year-old Cassie Claremont was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Litchfield teenager injured in car crashLitchfield teenager injured in car crashAllen said Dumais was cited for possessing marijuana.
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5 things you need to know Monday5 things you need to know MondayThe biggest and most buzzworthy news to start your morning.
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1st District Congressional Candidate Chellie Pingree1st District Congressional Candidate Chellie PingreeChellie Pingree is running to represent Maine's 1st District in the U.S. House.
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Hazmat Halloween costumes stir new controversyHazmat Halloween costumes stir new controversyHazmat Halloween costumes stir new controversy
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Flags lowered in honor of late Senate secretaryFlags lowered in honor of late Senate secretaryGov. LePage ordered the flag lowered to half-staff in Augusta & Portland to honor the longest-serving Senate secretary.
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Students to participate in Maine Student Mock ElectionStudents to participate in Maine Student Mock ElectionStudents at more than 125 schools will cast ballots in a mock election this Wednesday, Oct. 22.
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Fall Foods: Pumpkin TurnoversFall Foods: Pumpkin TurnoversA fall food that will satisfy your sweet tooth!
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Students research options to protect clams from crabsStudents research options to protect clams from crabsMiddle school students are working with a college professor to find a solution to help combat the invasive green crab.
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MORNING STUMPER for Monday, Oct. 20MORNING STUMPER for Monday, Oct. 20How did Gen. Douglas MacArthur come ashore upon his promised return to the Philippines?
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Music Festival may come to Portland next yearMusic Festival may come to Portland next yearTownsquare Media Portland said it expects about 8-thousand people at this music festival.
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Maine's fox hunting season starts MondayMaine's fox hunting season starts MondayThe season does not include a daily bag limit or a possession limit. It is legal to hunt foxes in Maine until Feb. 28.
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Hillary Clinton schedules campaign stop for MichaudHillary Clinton schedules campaign stop for MichaudThe Michaud campaign has announced that Hillary Clinton will be making a stop in Maine to campaign for the Democratic gubernatorial candidate.
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Soldier's grave restored, 150 years laterSoldier's grave restored, 150 years laterA Civil War soldier receives a new headstone for his grave, 150 years after his death.
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Maine State Prison inmate dies after battle with cancerMaine State Prison inmate dies after battle with cancerAn inmate at the Maine State Prison died Sunday morning; police say he had been battling cancer.
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Rainbows from Oct. 18Rainbows from Oct. 18rainbow
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Portsmouth Herald endorses Eliot CutlerPortsmouth Herald endorses Eliot CutlerPortsmouth Herald, York Weekly, and York County Coast Star endorse Independent gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler.
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At least 30 injured at Keene State Pumpkin FestAt least 30 injured at Keene State Pumpkin FestAt least 30 people were injured when a party just off of Keene State's campus got out of control Saturday.
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Gorham students mourn death of football player
Yellow lobster caught twice by same fisherman
Students research options to protect clams from crabs
Seven women have been uncovered in Northwest Indiana and linked to a 43 year-old man who confessed to killing them.
The Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & Regatta had another successful year with record crowds and several impressive pumpkin boats.
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Forty-eight people who had contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S., have reached the end of a 21-day observation period. Meanwhile, the family of one of the nurses infected with Ebola released a statement.
Louise Troh, the fiancee of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, her two nephews and son were shut off from their friends, neighbors and other family members during a 21-day quarantine. Now, they are picking up the pieces of their new life.