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Maine industries meet in annual manufacture summit
Challenges facing unique Maine industries such as boatbuilding and paper production will be discussed during the Manufacturing Summit at Pineland Farm in New Gloucester.
Weather at your School: Burchard A Dunn School
WMTW News 8 Meteorologist Mallory Brooke visited with students at Burchard A Dunn School as part of Weather at Your School.
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Maine Beer Mavens prove 'it's not just men enjoying beer'
BIDDEFORD, Maine - On a recent night, a dozen women converged in a tasting room and knocked back glass after glass of fresh-brewed beer from Banded Horn.
June C. Rodis
June was born June 20, 1930, in East Vassalboro, on the family farm, the daughter of Benjamin Sr. and Annabel Cates.
Veterans ski and shoot in Wounded Soldier Biathlon
THE OLYMPICS MAY BE OVER...BUT THE SPIRIT IS STILL CONTAGIOUS. AND TODAY, WOUNDED VETERANS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY CAME TO PINELAND FARMS IN NEW GLOUCESTER TO TRAIN AND COMPETE IN THE WOUNDED SOLDIER BIATHALON.
Maine murderer seeking shorter sentence loses appeal
The lawyer for Joel Hayden, 32, contended he should have been convicted of manslaughter because of the 'high dose of oxycodone and cocaine' in his system.
New Gloucester man facing charges in crash
Police say a New Gloucester man is facing charges after allegedly causing a car crash that injured four people then fleeing the scene on foot.
Drug treatment funding in Maine is falling, but demand is greater than ever
The number of people seeking treatment for opiate addiction has increased 15 percent since 2010; funding has decreased by 7 percent during the same period.