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Central Maine Power says a lightning strike knocked out power for more than 170 customers. [Read More]
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Elizabeth Pohl's relentless advocacy for a high-quality library in the city culminated in 2016 with the renovation and expansion of the original building erected in... [Read More]
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The Augusta Police Department's newest officer is less than a foot tall with a pot belly and pointed ears. [Read More]
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More than 900 animal shelters across the United States will be taking part in a Clear the Shelters event this weekend and the Kennebec Valle... [Read More]
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The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has dismissed a challenge to a new rule by the state Public Utilities Commission on home solar panel systems. The... [Read More]
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In a humorous social media post Friday, the Augusta Police Department posted photos showing its newest patrol officer, a small gnome statue. [Read More]
Children and teens from around the Diocese of Portland will gather with their families, Bishop Robert P. Deeley, and area priests for the Altar Server... [Read More]
Maine labor officials say the unemployment rate rose slightly in July. The unemployment rate rose to 3 percent last month, up from 2.9 percent in... [Read More]
AUGUSTA, Me-  I was pleased to recently see some of  the life's work of the late Peter Archambault, of Madawaska, when I visited the Holocaust... [Read More]
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From left, Maine ethics commission members Richard Nass, William Lee III and Bradford A. Pattershall examine a document in July while hearing a Clean Elections... [Read More]
A new report adds fuel to a growing worry that out-of-state cash has an outsize influence on the results of ballot referendums. The conservative Maine... [Read More]
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STANDISH — Saint Joseph's College hosted an out-of-this-world event in early August with the Maine Space Grant Consortium.  Based in Augusta, the consortium is funded through... [Read More]
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It was a record-breaking year for the state of Maine's Unclaimed Property Program, with the state treasury paying out more than $18.5 millio... [Read More]
Maine officials say they've discovered an invasive water plant growing in the state for the first time. Officials announced Wednesday the discovery of a European... [Read More]
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The LePage administration says it will take "prompt action" to comply with a law to hire more public health nurses, regardless of the outcome of... [Read More]
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The Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices will hear arguments over Maine's Clean Election Fund. More than 100 legislative... [Read More]
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The four member panel could vote on the issue during a meeting in Augusta Thursday. [Read More]
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A lawyer says a typo in a state budget shouldn't hold up $3 million in public campaign funds owed to over 100 legislative candidates. Maine... [Read More]
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Wednesday night marked the end of an era in Augusta. [Read More]
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