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Maine Concerns this Week: Mitochondrial Disease and Selling to the State of Maine

Every Sunday, Townsquare Media airs a public service program called "Maine Concerns." If you haven’t checked it out, you really should! We cover everything from local charitable organizations and their events, to health tips, and more.

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MitoKid

A ‘Jolt’ for Kids Who Need it the Most

"It's a disease that robs the body of energy. I describe my son as the 'Energizer Bunny' because he'll go, and go, and go, and then just crash."

The most frustrating thing for Hannah Tapley, Mom of child with Mitochondrial disease, was not knowing exactly what was causing her son's crashes.

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Radical Islam In the House The Plan to Take America for the Global Islamic State-2013
Radical Islam In the House The Plan to Take America for the Global Islamic State-2013

‘Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave…’ It’s Not Just Syria at Stake

As the world watches to see what the United States of America will do about Syria and the use of chemical weapons against civilians in the civil war in that country, many Americans don't really even know what the conflict is about. After all, it's a world away and many think to themselves, "it doesn't affect me anyway."

"We wrote this book for those people who don't have a clue."

One author who lives in Bangor, Maine, who devoted his career to forestry, has turned his attention to geopolitics and, in a new book, says if there is ever a time for every single American to understand what's happening in the Middle East, it's now.

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Riverview Psychiatric Center

Psychiatric Hospital in Maine is Saved from Federal Funding Cuts for Now

As overcrowding issues validate claims of an increase in the need for mental health treatment services in Maine, the Governor announces the crisis facing Riverview Psychiatric in Augusta has been averted

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Sgt. Nathaniel Grace, Maine National Guard
Sgt. Nathaniel Grace, Maine National Guard

Calling All Veterans! Music and Valuable Connections Await You in Bangor (Audio Interview)

When Sgt. First Class Nathaniel Grace first saw Toby Keith in concert, he was in Kandahar, Afghanistan back in 2009.

Sgt. Grace was part of a set-up crew for the show and that's when he witnessed first hand Keith's commitment to the men and women of the United States military. He says Keith showed true grit in a concert situation Sgt. Grace refers to as "kind of a hairy situation."

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Gun Control May Make Lawmakers Feel Better, But That’s About It According to This Study

Every time the gun control debate flares up it's almost always after some tragic incident happens where a deranged individual uses a gun to perpetrate a violent crime against innocent and helpless victims.

No one wants to see loss of life because of a senseless crime, but all too often it's immediately followed by those who want to infringe on our constitutionally protected right to bear arms by proposing laws to limit access to arms and ammunition.

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Thinkstock
Thinkstock

Back to School Safe Driving Tips from AAA New England

AAA New England is reminding motorists to slow down and pay attention as children head back to class. Here are a few quick tips to help keep our kids safe!

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Brewer High School Renovation Project

Brewer High School is getting a much needed renovation. As you can tell by the graduation picture (yes, that's me on the far right), the school is my alma mater and I can attest to the fact that not a lot has changed in all those years. But now, it's getting a face-lift and some functional improvements. Check out this picture of the finished product. It's going to be beautiful!

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Photo, YouTube
Photo, YouTube

Epic Welcome Speech to Georgia Tech Freshman! [VIDEO]

Some of you may know that I worked for the News England School of Communications and Husson University a number of years ago. And after eight years of new semesters and countless freshman, I have never witnessed a welcome speech l

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Students at the Airline School in Aurora receive instruments from The Gifts of Music-Photo Credit-Susan Patten Townsquare Media
Students at the Airline School in Aurora receive instruments from The Gifts of Music-Photo Credit-Susan Patten Townsquare Media

Enjoying Summer Concerts? Support the Next Generation of Musicians

Summer in Maine is rich with live music performance.

Festivals and concerts are as musically diverse as the communities in which they're hosted, and most people would agree that live music enhances every event

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