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Birdsacre Fire Declared Arson

A fire that caused extensive damage at the Stanwood Museum building at Birdsacre in Ellsworth had a human element to it. Investigators are now trying to figure out who started the blaze.

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Photo, Jared Wickerham, Getty Images

A Suicide Attempt Can Be Stopped if You Know the Signs

In 2011 alone, 224 Mainers took their own life by suicide.

More can be done to prevent suicides in Maine, but it takes a community of well-educated people to do so.

One of the biggest myths dealing with suicide is that talking about the issue will actually cause someone who's suicidal to make an attempt.

That's just not the case according to Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Dr. Sheila Pinnette, and she says an upcoming conference will help people to better identify risk factors.

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A Tree-Tapping Ceremony

It's a sure sign of Spring, as time has come once again for the traditional, gubernatorial responsibility of ushering in the maple sugar season in Maine.

Maine maple syrup producers are set to join Governor Paul LePage tomorrow in Augusta as he taps a maple tree on the Blaine House lawn tomorrow.

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Photo, Susan Patten, Townsquaremedia

Separate Fires Damage an Apartment Building and Museum

 

There have been no injuries reported in two separate fires last night that have damaged an apartment building in Old Town and a wildlife sanctuary museum in Ellsworth.

The Ellsworth fire was reported just after 6 last night at the Standwood Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as Birdsacre.

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Crash Kills One and Injures Well-Known Bangor Orthodontist and His Wife

A fatal crash remains under investigation after one woman was killed and three others were hurt.

The crash happened yesterday afternoon on Route 16 in Embden.

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Photo, Susan Patten, Townsquaremedia

Suicide Prevention Fence Considered for Penobscot Narrows Bridge

In the wake of a Bucksport Middle School teacher taking her life by jumping from the Penobscot Narrows Bridge Sunday, the state legislature considers erecting a suicide-prevention fence to prevent more deaths.

The proposal was forwarded by Representative Joe Brooks of Winterport and it moved through committee without debate and now moves forward for consideration.

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Thinking About Buying a House?

As we round the corner toward Spring in Maine many folks think about new beginnings and for some that can mean a new home.

Anyone who has purchased a home previously understand the process of bank lending and mortgages can be confusing at times and there's a lot of paperwork, even when you work with a Realtor.

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Brewer Celebrates Winterfest Saturday!

The City of Brewer is once again hosting a day of fun events to help break the cabin fever blues. Winterfest is an annual event that offers a variety of activities, including what's believed to be Maine's only winter fireworks display!

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Photo, Susan Patten, Townsquare Media

Respite in Sarah’s Dream [Video]

Sarah had a passion for music, and great compassion for easing the burden of others.

When she was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 24, she and her husband Ben, would travel from Maine to Boston for Sarah's treatment. Not only was the young couple dealing with Sarah's diagnosis and the impact that would have on their future, they had to deal with frequent trips that were both exhausting and expensive.

Before Sarah passed away in 2011, she had already invested her time and determination to lay the foundation for the creation of a special home-away-from-home. A house that would serve as a warm and inviting space for weary travelers undergoing cancer treatments at the Lafayette Family Cancer Treatment Center in Brewer.

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Photo, MSP

Talk of People Blowing Up Shuts Down Store

A bath salts user manages to shutdown a store in Aroostook County with talk of people blowing up.

State Police Sgt. Josh Haines says State Police, Aroostook County Sheriff's deputies and Border Patrol agents responded to the Bridgewater Gulf Station around 6 last night

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