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Auburn School Committee approves medical marijuana policy

Starting Thursday, students in Auburn can have medical marijuana administered to them in school. → Read More

Woman charged in social media scam

A woman in Wells who says she was the victim of a scam wants other people to learn from what happened to her. → Read More

Bill Clinton campaign's for his wife in New Hampshire

Bill Clinton hit the campaign trail for the first time in 2016 Monday. He made stops in Nashua and Exeter, New Hampshire, campaigning for his wife. → Read More

Cape Elizabeth gun club back open after safety concerns

A gun club that the town of Cape Elizabeth shut down for five months last year is back open. → Read More

About 200 people brave the cold for annual Polar Bear Dip

About 200 people braved the chilly weather on New Year's Eve and plunged into the Atlantic Ocean at the East End Beach. → Read More

Animals migrating later because of warmer weather

Wildlife experts are noticing some animals have changed their habits because of the relatively mild winter so far. → Read More

Portland holds ribbon cutting for Thompson's Point ice rink

Despite warmer than normal temperatures this time of year, city officials in Portland celebrated the new ice skating rink at Thompson's Point. → Read More

Freeport flag ladies to be joined by supporters

The Freeport flag ladies are being joined by additional supporters after filing for a protection order against a man whose father died during the 9/11 attacks. → Read More

Groups plan to stand with Freeport Flag Ladies

Several groups plan to join the Freeport Flag Ladies this Tuesday, as they stand on the corner waving flags. → Read More

LePage discusses opiate epidemic at Portland town hall forum

During the Q & A portion of the forum, LePage discussed the state's opiate epidemic. → Read More

Portland city manager considering disciplinary action for "closed" sign at fire station

Portland City Manager Jon Jennings is looking into taking disciplinary action after a "closed" sign was put up in front of the Munjoy Hill fire station. → Read More

One person dies in New Gloucester house fire

One person died in a house fire at 81 Bluffs Circle, Capt. Scott Doyle of the New Gloucester Fire Department said. → Read More

Muslims in Portland denounce ISIS, terrorism

Dozens of Muslim demonstrators marched down Congress Street Thursday afternoon to denounce ISIS and terrorism. → Read More

Portland officials unveil new program to tackle opiate epidemic

Officials in Portland are rolling out a new program to tackle the city's heroin epidemic. → Read More

Democratic lawmakers tour Portland businesses

A group of Democratic legislators visited several businesses on Portland's working waterfront Monday. → Read More

Shoppers return to Walmart as police investigate hoax bomb threats

Police departments across Maine are trying to figure out who's responsible for several hoax bomb threats at Walmart stores. → Read More

ACLU of Maine files lawsuit over MaineCare abortion coverage

The ACLU of Maine, the national ACLU and Planned Parenthood Federation of America filed a lawsuit against the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. → Read More

No ice skating at Deering Oaks Park because of construction

There will be no ice skating on the pond at Deering Oaks Park this winter, because of a construction project. → Read More

Richmond woman offering reward after her cows were shot

A woman in Richmond is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to an arrest after her two pet cows were killed. → Read More

Richmond woman offering reward after her cows were shot

A woman in Richmond is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to an arrest after her two pet cows were killed. → Read More