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Trekkers' Photo Treks 2013 exhibition will open Friday, March 14, at the new location of the Jonathan Frost Gallery, 279 Main St. .
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If this winter's extreme colds have been tough on Maine residents it's been just as hard on the infrastructure below their feet.
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In this week's Hometown Maine, we head to the town of Windsor. Just a few miles off the beaten path from the state capitol, Windsor is home to hard working people, some beautiful country scenery and pretty laid back style of life.
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Wildlife rehabber Nancy Fox holds a skunk on Oct. 6, 2011, at her home in Surry.
A bill to put the brakes on the creation of virtual charter schools in Maine was approved by the Senate on Thursday and quickly vetoed by Gov. Paul LePage.
It's the biggest & longest running, volunteer organized show in the country, and it's going all weekend long right in our area - the Annual Easter Maine Sportsmen's Show.
On Thursday afternoon, the Canadian National Energy Board ruled in favor of a project that will allow tar sands oil to flow east from Alberta Provence to Montreal, Quebec.
The University of Maine System will cut 165 full-time positions in the budget year that begins in July and would be forced to cut another 95 positions on top of that under across-the-board cuts under consideration in the Legislature.
Maine author, beer expert and blogger Josh Christie is coming home Tuesday, March 18, to present highlights from his book "Maine Beer: Brewing in Vacationland" at 7 p.m. in the Bryant Room of Gibbs Library, 40 Old Union Road.
Two "aliens" pose during a UFO Festival in Roswell, New Mexico, in 2007. According to a group of UFO enthusiasts, Maine ranks near the top nationally for sightings of glowing orbs, mystery craft and other phenomena in the skies.
A 64-year-old Nebraska man convicted earlier this year of sexually assaulting a young relative in Maine more than two decades ago is to be sentenced Friday at the Penobscot Judicial Center.
Photographer Tricia Jamiol captures a post wedding ceremony kiss between Kandis Stanley and Jen Gibson at Portland Headlight in Cape Elizabeth on Monday.
Red-throated loons are easy to find, unless you need one. When my wife, Sandi, and I led a Maine Audubon field trip to the Schoodic Point area a couple of weeks ago, I had two goals in mind: One, to find a lot of wintering sea ducks, and two, avoid embarrassment.
Both supported moving forward with consideration of the competing but less-sweeping bill written by Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.
Most of Maine's lakes are still covered with ice, but on Thursday, the Legislature's Environment and Natural Resources Committee approved a bill that aims to further protect water quality for 3,000 of the state's largest lakes.
The Harold Alfond Foundation will now automatically give a $500 college scholarship to every baby born in the state.
With the approval of the House of Representatives, two of Maine's Indian tribes are closer to realizing their longtime goals of opening their own casinos.