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8 hrs ago | Kennebec Journal
Melissa Collins was skeptical when the producers of a new true-crime TV show called "Cell Block Psychic" called her about being in the debut episode.
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12 hrs ago | WMTW-TV Auburn
Sgt. Christopher Gelineau was just one semester away from graduating from USM when he was killed while on tour in Iraq in 2004.
13 hrs ago | Kennebec Journal
Key to the difference between sex trafficking and prostitution, especially when vulnerable women are targeted, is who is in control, according to District Attorney Maeghan Maloney.
19 hrs ago | Albany Times Union
In this April 15, 2014 photo, Jeff Woodbury, assistant school facilities director checks, on a wood heat furnace used by schools in Falmouth, Maine.
23 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
Bull Moose Music on Congress Street was hopping on Saturday as a steady stream of music aficionados stopped by to look through bins of obscure vinyl records, check out the new CDs and listen to a live set from roots rock band Gunther Brown from Portland, Maine.
Historic farmhouse located in I-B zone on Great Diamond Island in Casco Bay. Panoramic ocean views abound from almost every room in the home and the wraparound porch.
Around 100 dogs spent their Saturday jumping over candy cane-striped plastic hurdles and dashing through tunnels as their owners ran alongside, whistling, shouting and pointing where to go on the obstacle course.
Saint Joseph's College is proud to announce this year's Commencement speaker and honorary degree recipients for the College's May 10 graduation ceremony.
"Gabby, Angel of God: Guardian and Messenger: Keeper of Love, Joy, Peace, Kindness and Faith" is the exciting and thought provoking new paranormal romance novel from author Greg Sandora that has fans talking.
Sergeant Tim Gilboe ran unarmed into enemy fire in Afghanistan to protect his fellow soldiers.
Maine Prep is offering a special extra SAT prep class for Portland/Cape Elizabeth/Scarborough area high school students whose busy schedules and activities have prevented them from taking SAT classes this spring.
Staff Sgt. Matthew Hermanson, 22, shown here in Afghanistan in 2010, died after being shot in Wardak province, but stayed on the radio throughout the fight while wounded.
Two men from Massachusetts were arrested Thursday in Portland after Maine Marine Patrol investigators found them with about 20 pounds of elvers and no license allowing them to possess them.
The measure allows prosecutors to consider a drunk driver's lifetime felony offenses, rather than being limited to looking back 10 years.