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Jeff Gross, Getty Images

Watch Out For Deer!

In the past month, 14 deer have been killed within a half-mile stretch of road on Route 139 in Unity. This harsh winter, warming temperatures and unaware motorists are making deer-heavy areas of the state particularly dangerous recently.

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Darren McCollester, Getty Images
Darren McCollester, Getty Images

Harrison Middle School in Yarmouth Needs Your Votes

 

Harrison Middle School in Yarmouth, is in the running for a national competition that could help their school and Maine's fishing industry.

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Rick Gershon, Getty Images
Rick Gershon, Getty Images

Gardiner Gazebo Fundraising Efforts Continue

The new gazebo that's under construction in the Gardiner Common should be completed by May. Fundraising efforts are still underway, a group that's leading the way with the fundraising is around $20,000 short of its goal.

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Steve Frost, ThinkStock
Steve Frost, ThinkStock

Maine Gas Prices Higher Again This Week

Maine gas prices are now at there highest since September 2013. Gas price rose more than two cents this week for a statewide average of $3.61 a gallon, according to the price-monitoring website GasBuddy.com.

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Anah & Kora Temple Clown Photo
Anah & Kora Temple Clown Photo

KlownFest 2014 is Coming to Bangor!

The Clowns are coming!! The Clowns are coming!! Where you ask?? NorthEast KlownFest 2014 at the Bangor Mall, Saturday March 29th 2014.

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Three Lions, Hulton Archieves
Three Lions, Hulton Archieves

Higher Wood Stove Standards Could Mean Higher Prices

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wants to impose higher standards on all new wood stoves or wood burning devices. A proposal would rely on residents buying new stoves to reduce pollution in wood smoke that can aggravate health issues. Stoves already in use would be grandfathered in.

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Renee Nelson
Renee Nelson

Healthy Maine Streets: A Program to Promote Physical + Economic Heath in Maine [audio]

 

Healthy Maine Streets is a program that started in Skowhegan and has grown to almost 20 communities in Maine.  It has also caught the attention of many other around the nation!  Healthy Maine Streets is a taking on economic health and worker heath and how they can do hand in hand.  I had a chance to learn more about the program overall and how Gardiner (and others) are making Healthy Maine Streets!  

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Six Arrested In Connection With Waterville Meth Lab

Six people have been arrested in connection with a methamphetamine manufacturing operation centered out of a Waterville motel room.   Maine Drug Enforcement agents found several active “one-pot” labs in a room at the Waterville Fireside Inn & Suites on Upper Main Street, said Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland.

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Milos Luzanin, ThinkStock
Milos Luzanin, ThinkStock

Proposed Bill To Make It Easier For Small Business To Raise Money For Charity

Last November, an Augusta restaurant, The Red Barn, was given a letter from Attorney General Janet Mills' office, telling the restaurant to stop their Monday night fundraisers. There is a bill that has been proposed by State Rep. Lori Fowle that would eliminate state regulation and licensing requirements for nonprofit fundraisers, unless the person raising the money is being paid.

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Maine Department of Public Safety
Maine Department of Public Safety

Police Make Arrest In Meth Investigation in Oakland And Waterville

Maine Drug Enforcement served three search warrants this morning as part of a month-long investigation into the manufacturing of methamphetamine in central Maine.

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