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Downtown Gardiner, Photo: Renee Nelson
Downtown Gardiner, Photo: Renee Nelson

Gardiner to Lose a Water Street Traffic Light

Starting Tuesday the intersection of Maine Avenue and Water Street in downtown Gardiner will be a four way stop.

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Category: Local News, News
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Maine Allows Schools to Trade in Apple iPads, Laptops

Apple and Maine education officials are allowing school districts to trade in iPads for laptops after teachers and students say the computers are better for schoolwork.

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Category: Local News, News
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Digital Vision

Arianna Huffington Reminds Graduates: Get Some Rest

Arianna Huffington advises college graduates that if they want to be a force for change, get plenty of rest.

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Category: Local News, News
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NASA, Getty Images

Mars, Earth and Sun Line Up This Weekend

This Sunday morning, May 22, Mars, Earth and the sun will line up perfectly in the sky. This called Mars opposition because Mars and the sun will be on opposite sides of the Earth.

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Maine Wardens Seeking Info on Death of Bald Eagle

The Maine Warden Service is searching for the person who shot and killed a bald eagle. The female eagle was found near Moosehead Lake last month.

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Category: Local News, News
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Getty Images, Justin Sullivan

Maine Students Headed to Windsor for Northeast Livestock Expo

More than 20 busloads of Maine students are headed to Windsor for the first day of the Northeast Livestock Expo, which will focus on educating young children about agriculture.

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Category: Local News, News
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News Headlines

Poliquin Votes against LGBT Measure That Failed by 1 Vote

Freshman Rep. Bruce Poliquin of Maine is coming under fire for voting against a measure that would've barred federal contractors from discriminating against gay employees.

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Category: Local News, News
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CBS Boston

Caring State Trooper Shares Meal With Homeless Woman on Side of Road

A state trooper in Massachusetts is warming hearts with a simple, but powerful, gesture.

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Category: News, Photos
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Nasa, Getty Images

Bethel Museum Looking for a Piece of Meteorite That Crossed Maine

You probably have seen video of the fireball streaking across the Maine sky on Tuesday morning (if not look below).  It was quite a site to see.  If you can find a chunk of the meteorite you can make some serious cash.

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News Headlines

Maine Towns Reconsider Solar Projects after Governor’s Veto

Several Maine communities are reconsidering large-scale solar energy projects or putting them on the backburner following a failed bid to reform the state's solar policies.

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Category: Local News, News

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