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York, Maine is located in York County. Zip codes in York, ME include 03909. The median home price in York is $449,100. More York information.

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1 hr ago | SeacoastOnline

York neighbors fight medical pot growers in court

Four abutters of a medical marijuana facility in York have filed a court appeal attempting to shut it down until the town grants permission for its operation.

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3 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

Thank you to Aggie's Ice Cream

The York Ambulance Board of Directors would like to thank Tina Lincoln, owner of Aggie's Ice Cream for the donation of her delicious ice cream for the social held Aug. 27 at the South Berwick Station of York Ambulance.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

WMTW-TV Auburn

Tuesday morning headlines from WMTW News 8

THE STOP-AND-GO REALLY STARTED JUST NORTH OF EXIT 19 IN WELLS, ACCORDING TO A TWEET FROM THE MAINE TURNPIKE AUTHORITY.

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SeacoastOnline

Maine Turnpike drivers getting copies of Farmers' Almanac

Maine Turnpike Authority officials will be handing out 25,000 special editions copies of this year's Farmers' Almanac to drivers at the York Toll Plaza starting at 10 a.m. on Monday.

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Bangor Daily News

An Evening with Dar Williams at College of the Atlantic

Beloved pop folk singer, DAR WILLIAMS, who has been described by The New Yorker as "one of America's very best singer-songwriters" will play at the Gates Community Center at College of the Atlantic on November 8, 2014.

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SeacoastOnline

Driver seriously hurt in York crash that shut down Rt. 1

A 37-year-old man from Haverhill, Mass., was entrapped in a severely damaged vehicle involved in a single car crash on Route 1 in York early Sunday morning, according to police.

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Foster's Daily Democrat

Stonewall Kitchen donates $10,000 to Camp Sunshine

Local specialty food manufacturer and retailer Stonewall Kitchen donated $10,000 to Camp Sunshine recently.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Weekend getaways: A tale of two cities in Maine

Maine isn't so much a state, as a state of mind. And while much of this gorgeous chunk of New England is wild and wooly - not to mention remote -- the south coast is close enough to deliver two very different experiences in a long weekend.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Herald Gazette

New England sculptors at Harbor Square

First Friday at Harbor Square Gallery will feature work by two New England sculptors of highly contrasting styles and subject matter.

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Foster's Daily Democrat

At the library

The Jacket Project by Lauren Gillette will be on exhibit at York Public Library Sept.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

SeacoastOnline

York creates online payment option for school fees

YORK, Maine - As students head back to school on Tuesday, their parents will find a new online payment center to pay for athletic and other after-school fees, according to Jim Amoroso, director of finance and operations.

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SeacoastOnline

Food of many countries at tasting event

York Beach's seasonal workers showed off their culinary skills in an international Tasting Event held August 18 at the home of Alice and Guillermo Larrea of York.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

SeacoastOnline

Gov. LePage to speak before York Rotary Club

The public is invited to hear Maine Gov. Paul LePage speak at the York Rotary Club on Friday, Sept.

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SeacoastOnline

Spotlight: Art listings

Send your listings at least 10 days ahead of the date of the issue in which you wish to see your information printed.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Bangor Daily News

Portland's 'O-Score,' and what all these national...

It's not uncommon for Portland to be listed among the best cities in America by nationwide publications.

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SeacoastOnline

Police investigating report of 'Santa' approaching boy

Police continue to investigate a report of a Santa Claus-appearing man driving a white van who approached a 7-year-old boy on MacDougal Street Aug. 22. To date, while police have followed up on many leads about white vans seen throughout town, there is "nothing new to report," said Detective Raymond Hazen.

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SeacoastOnline

5 places in York to eat like the locals

Sure, York's beaches offer plenty of opportunities for deep-fried crustaceans and shellfish, but if you're wondering where York's hardy year-round residents eat throughout the year, we've rounded up five of the best local hangouts and restaurants to sample as the summer season comes to a close and schools open their doors.

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SeacoastOnline

Think Again still has its eyes on the MTA

Torbert Macdonald on Monday night is expected to seek $15,000 from the Board of Selectmen - of which he is a member - to hire an engineering firm to review a report being prepared by the Maine Turnpike Authority on the viability of the York toll plaza.

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SeacoastOnline

Advice for the new school year

The backpack is packed, pencils sharpened. New sneakers, new outfit laid out. Late summer nights have given way to early mornings and the return of the alarm clock.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Capital Weekly

Property owners appeal decision in beach access case

Property owners on Coopers Beach Road have appealed a July 30 decision by a Superior Court judge that ruled the plaintiff's neighbors have a right to travel across a portion of their driveway and use of the beach for boating and bathing.

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