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Gov. LePage To Hold Town Hall In Greenville

Governor Paul LePage will hold his next town hall meting in Greenville on Wednesday, the governor's office said in a news release.

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Category: Local News, Maine, News
Photo, Cindy Campbell, Townsquare Media
Photo, Cindy Campbell, Townsquare Media

Police Looking For Body By Digging Up Hermon Lawn

As part of a cold case investigation, police are digging up a lawn in Hermon today, looking for a body.

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Google Street View

Marine Patrol To Crack Down On Boating While Intoxicated

The Maine Marine Patrol will be on the lookout for impaired boaters this weekend, the agency said in a news release on Wednesday.

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Category: Articles, Local News, Maine, News
Lily Swearingen via Facebook
Lily Swearingen via Facebook

17-Year-Old Killed In Augusta Car Accident

A 17-year-old woman died, and three people were injured in a single-car crash Tuesday night in Augusta.

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Maine Dept. of Public Safety
Maine Dept. of Public Safety

Four Arrested In Oxford County Heroin Bust

The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency arrested four people in Paris on Tuesday for their alleged roles in a heroin trafficking operation.

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Category: Articles, Local News, Maine, News
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Melissa Johnson (Penobscot County Jail)

Bangor Woman’s 8-Year-Old With Her During Arrest For Heroin Trafficking

A Bangor woman's 8-year-old son was present when she was arrested this week for allegedly selling heroin.

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Photo, Don Bayley, ThinkStock
Photo, Don Bayley, ThinkStock

Police Investigate Suspected Meth Labs in Hancock and Patten

Maine Drug Enforcement Agents are investigating two suspected meth labs today, one in Hancock and the other in Patten.

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Courtesy of the Office of the Governor
Courtesy of the Office of the Governor

Governor LePage Threatens To Ban Junk Food From EBT Program [POLL]

Governor Paul LePage is threatening to institute a ban on junk food from the food stamp program, even without federal approval, or halt the program altogether.

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ThinkStock

Six Charges Filed In Waterville Dog Attack

A Waterville woman was summoned on six charges after police say her pit bull bit someone who was walking past her home on Belmont Avenue Monday.

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Category: Local News, Maine, News
Penobscot County Jail
Penobscot County Jail

Man Who Allegedly Killed Joyce McLain Pleads Not Guilty

The man accused of killing Schenck High School student Joyce McLain in 1980 pleaded not guilty on Tuesday.

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Category: Articles, Local News, Maine, News

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