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Maine Anti-Hunger Campaign Announces School Lunch Grants

A Maine campaign against child hunger is providing grants to six school districts to help with plans to get food to kids.

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Maine Police Investigate Body Found on Bridge in Lisbon

Maine police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a man whose body was found on a bridge in Lisbon.

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Maine Faces Lifeguard Shortage at State Parks

Maine is up against a lifeguard shortage as summer nears.

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The Top Swimming Holes In Maine

Memorial Day is just two weekends away and the weather is warming up. Nothing better then a road trip to an out of the way swimming hole. Pack a lunch, bring a towel and enjoy the beauty that Maine has to offer. Here's a look at some of the best swimming holes in Maine.

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Brunswick Police Created “Internet Purchase Exchange Location”

Buying and selling on Craig's List or Facebook pages always leave me with the 'where to finish the deal' situation. In Brunswick the police are helping out.

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Fire Danger ‘High’ Across Maine

Fire danger levels are high all across Maine

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LePage Role in Trump Presidency Might Promote Lukewarm Ally

Gov. Paul LePage has floated the idea that he could play a role in a Donald Trump presidency, a move that might benefit a fellow Republican with whom LePage has had a tepid relationship.

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LePage Administration: Mainers Made More after Welfare Cut

The administration of Maine Gov. Paul LePage says Maine residents earned more money after they were removed from food stamp rolls.

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ACA Insurers Propose Double-Digit Hikes in Maine

Insurers are seeking significant premium hikes under President Barack Obama's health care law in the coming year in Maine.

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Maine Warden Service Responds To ‘North Woods Lawless’ Allegations

Earlier today, we had a story about how Gov. Paul LePage was glad the show "North Woods Law" was going away.

The show has been in the press recently after the Maine Sunday Telegram published a poaching investigation about a 2014 Allagash raid where wardens were accompanied by a crew from the show.

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