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Central Maine News: May 20, 2015

These are some of the stories central Maine is talking about today.

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Maine State Police Charge Leeds Man with Prohibited Possession of Firearms

Maine State Troopers yesterday (May 18) responded to 54 Fish Street in Leeds, for a report that Guy Schultz, 43, had discharged a firearms too close to a neighbor’s residence. Through investigation Troopers determined that Mr. Schultz was prohibited from possessing firearms, due to a previous felony conviction for burglary in 1991.

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Memorial Day Parades + Ceremonies in Central Maine

All events are on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, unless specified.

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Three Arrested After Breaking Into State Trooper’s House In West Gardiner

Maine State Police have charged three people following a burglary at a State Trooper’s home in West Gardiner.

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Photo by Steve Eason of Getty Images
Photo by Steve Eason of Getty Images

Lewiston Schools Will Offer Free Meals To All Students

Beginning next fall, all students in Lewiston will get breakfast and lunch at school for free, regardless of how much their parents earn, courtesy of the federal government.

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Maddie Meyer, Getty Images
Maddie Meyer, Getty Images

Tom Brady Hires Lawyer in Deflategate

Tom Brady has hired a lawyer to represent him in the Deflategate debacle. Brady has been suspended for four games by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. The Wells Reports didn’t confirm Brady was involved but if he sticks to his story, Goodell will take that as lying and uphold his suspension.

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Central Maine News: May 19, 2015

These are some of the stories central Maine is talking about today.

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Photo by Andy Capwell
Photo by Andy Capwell

Fans Rally To Bring Back ‘Down East Dickering’

Fans of the show 'Down East Dickering' are trying to get the show that aired on the History Channel back on the air.

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Paul Fleet, Thinkstock
Paul Fleet, Thinkstock

Will Higher Gas Prices Influence Your Memorial Day Travel Plans? [POLL]

Many Mainers will be on the road heading to the beach, camp and hiking as the unofficial kickoff to summer begins. It will be costing Mainers a little more to fill up their gas tanks. According to the price-monitoring website GasBuddy.com, gas was one cent high per gallon this week for an average of $2.66.

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Proposed Law Would Expand Welfare Drug Testing

Governor LePage would like to move forward with a plan that would drug test certain welfare recipients.

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