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Danielle Waugh


Portland, ME, United States

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Past articles by Danielle:

Legacy of George H.W. Bush lives on through philanthropy work at Gary's House in Arundel

The services have remained free due to generous donations. Every year, President Bush's Cape Arundel Celebrity Golf Tournament has raised thousands of dollars to support the home. → Read More

'So down to earth': Kennebunkport remembers George H.W. Bush

Bush would often bring his boat up to Perkins Cove and enjoy a meal at Barnacle Billy's with family members or guests like President Bill Clinton, Tom Brady, and Mikhail Gorbechav, the last president of the Soviet Union. → Read More

US-China trade war causes lobster prices to soar

It should be a busy time for Maine lobster exporters, but a trade war with China has been a big blow. → Read More

Maine Mayor Makes Waves for Op-Ed Calling Out City Councilors

Hurley said it's unfortunate that personal issues have become so public. "I've been in local politics for 40 years and we've never had an event like this," he said. → Read More

Victim of vicious Gardiner dog attack pushes for reform

Last summer, Cynthia Roodman was walking through a parking lot in Gardiner when two boxers attacked her. The dogs' owner helped separate but later fled the scene. → Read More

Maine residents: Are rats on the rise?

"The last four years, the activity has been on the rise," said Chance Strandell, Residential Service Manager for Brewer-based Maine Pest Solutions. "This year, we've been substantially more busy with rodent calls than ever before." → Read More

Crowds flock to Pumpkin Regatta in Damariscotta

What's better than seeing a first-place finish? Maybe seeing someone fall in. → Read More

Woman at Maine mailbox injured by hit-and-run driver

The driver left without stopping while Wells was laying on the ground, unable to move and crying out for help. → Read More

Nonprofit wants to convert cruise ship into homeless shelter off Maine coast

The ship would be permanently docked on the Portland waterfront. → Read More

Anti-Kavanaugh protesters 'sit-in' at Susan Collins' Portland office

Anti-Kavanaugh protesters are staging a sit-in at Maine Senator Susan Collins' office in an attempt to persuade a 'no' vote. → Read More

New England sees uptick in squirrel population

A surge in the squirrel population has meant more critters in his crops. Cameron estimates squirrels have destroyed a few thousand bushels of apples and 75 pumpkins so far this season. → Read More

Parking fee proposed for Maine's oldest lighthouse

Visiting Maine's oldest lighthouse has always been free, but soon, parking in Fort Williams Park to see it could cost you. → Read More

Maine mussel company teams up with university to research diminishing supply

"Two years ago, we had a bit of a setback," Moretti said. "We had a mortality event. Probably twenty percent were actually just dying on the line. And we were dumbfounded." → Read More

Man accused of threatening to 'shoot up' CMCC released after paying $60

Police took Lilly into custody and confiscated about one dozen firearms, including a sawed-off shotgun. Hours later, Lilly paid a $60 fine and was released on $1,000 unsecured bail. → Read More

Maine split on Coca-Cola's acquisition of Moxie

New England's "distinctively different" soda has been sold to new ownership, and some loyal Moxie drinkers in Lisbon are split on the news. → Read More

Construction begins on Maine home for family of slain sheriff’s deputy

"We can't right a wrong, but hopefully we can make it not so hard," he said. → Read More

Turning Maine's invasive crab problem into a potential tasty profit

GEORGETOWN (NEWS CENTER Maine)-- When it comes to the invasive green crab, some scientists in Maine have a suggestion: If you can't beat 'em, eat 'em. "Our goal is to strengthen and diversify fisheries opportunities in the Gulf of Maine, and we think green crabs could be one of those opportunities," said Dr. Marissa McMahan, Senior Fisheries Specialist at Manomet. McMahan has been working with… → Read More

30 dead seals found on beaches in southern Maine

SACO (NEWS CENTER Maine)-- In three days, 30 dead seals have been found on beaches in southern Maine, alarming beachgoers and scientists who cannot explain why. On Monday, 11 seals were found on beaches in Saco. “It’s heartbreaking because everybody loves seals,” said Noah Fahy, 13, of Asheville, North Carolina. It’s his first time visiting Kinney Shores beach in Saco, and he won’t soon forget… → Read More

Maine takes steps in tick prevention

"If you cut the barberry out, and grow something else there, studies show the reduction in ticks in 60 percent," said Fish. → Read More

Maine organization reports uptick in number of distressed seals

Last year, MMoME treated 40 animals. So far this year, they have treated 60. → Read More