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Think Spring! Maine Growers Are [Video]

Take heart!

As Mother Nature wallops the state with a March snow storm, there are many greenhouse and nursery operators throughout the state who are busy planting plugs, sifting soil, and getting ready to lift you out of you winter doldrums.

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The Difference a ‘Big’ Makes [Video]

On "dress-down" Friday, Jim Chasse, Principal of Orono High School, is found serenading his students with his guitar as they file through the hallway during class changes.

It's not an unusual occurrence according to students, who may have the "coolest" high school principal, ever.

After all, how many school principals do you know who love to shoot hoops, and sing Led Zeppelin tunes?

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Maine Division of Motor Vehicles & New England Patriots
Maine Division of Motor Vehicles & New England Patriots

Mainers…Show Your ‘Patriots’ Pride with the New England Patriots Licence Plate!

The Kraft Family and the New England Patriots are bringing New England Patriots license plates to the state of Maine to give fans another way to show their team pride while also helping to support local nonprofit organizations. It takes 2,000 pre-orders to pass legislation and get the plates on the road and already, they are approaching the halfway point of this goal. 

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Two Accidents Result in Fatalities

Two accidents last night on Maine roads have resulted in fatalities.

Police in Old town report a 54 year old woman was killed when she was struck from behind while walking on Poplar Street around 6:30 last night. Police say the driver of the SUV that struck the woman stopped immediately and tried to render assistance while calling police.

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Photo, Susan Patten, Townsquare Media
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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So…What State Do You Actually Belong In?

You live in the great state of Maine, but you've always though you belong living somewhere else haven't you? Well, here's your chance to find out just where you do belong!

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Surprise in the Sky Over Maine

Look!

It's a bird! It's a plane!

Well maybe not, but it certainly has the attention of a lot of folks on Facebook.

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5 year old John enjoys the sap right from the tree. He's been tapping for a while now with his family. Photo, Courtesy of Hilltop Boilers
5 year old John enjoys the sap right from the tree. He's been tapping for a while now with his family. Photo, Courtesy of Hilltop Boilers

So Who Likes this Cold Weather?

Maine's maple syrup producers like the cold weather and they're already tapping trees for sap.

Many of us "old timers" relate to the image of buckets, or milk jugs, attached to trees in the spring in Maine, to capture the naturally running sap, and many of us assumed the sap ran from the top of the mature tree, down to the ground.

However, emerging science suggests otherwise, and the innovation in sap collection could result in quite a boon for the maple syrup industry in New England.

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Photo, Getty Images
Photo, Getty Images

Nothing More than a Pig in Love

Our law enforcement officials have to deal with a little bit of everything and when they get a call for a possible domestic violence disturbance they have to prepare themselves for anything.

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Ice Fishing Enthusiasts Feed the Hungry in Maine

Mainers always help Mainers, and one statewide program is expanding to put fresh fish into the hands of those who need it the most; the poor and hungry.

'Tis the season for ice fishing derbies and one angler has figured out a way to deal with regulations, making it possible for weigh-in fish from derbies to be distributed to hunger-relief agencies.

A new pilot project in southern Maine is being coordinated through the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Foresty's Hunters for the Hungry Program.

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