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Past articles by Lee:

'I feel totally fine, how could I possibly have cancer?'

NEWS CENTER Maine's Lee Goldberg opens up about his recent prostate cancer diagnosis and the importance of PSA tests → Read More

"Secret Warrior" - Maine coach changing the narrative behind battling mental illness

Joanne (Coach P) McCallie coached basketball at UMaine, Duke, Michigan State, and Auburn University. Now, she's sharing her struggle with mental illness. → Read More

Performing During A Pandemic

Performers get creative to stay connected with fans. → Read More

Maine hair salons adjusting to 'new normal'

Local business owners are navigating new rules are allowing them to open back up amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

2020 Beach to Beacon road race canceled due to coronavirus, COVID-19

The race route typically begins near the Crescent Beach State Park entrance, winds along tree-lined streets and past the ocean, and ends in Fort Williams Park. → Read More

Summer Games postponement puts Mainers' Olympic dreams on hold

Kate Hall and Isaiah Harris are the two Mainers most often mentioned as possible qualifiers for the Olympic team. → Read More

And just like that...Lee J the DJ was born

A brief history of Lee Goldberg's DJ days. → Read More

Maine kids bring out the softie in Bruins' brawler

Brad Marchand rewarded kids with signed hockey sticks for helping carry his equipment at the airport. → Read More

Chobani offers to pay off all student food debt in Warwick, Rhode Island

"Food shaming" continues to be a major issue in the United States. Maine recently enacted a bill to prevent food shaming in its public schools. → Read More

Tapping into your town

Getting to know your town and the people who help run it. → Read More

Make-A-Wish Maine raises money for kids in need

The 20th annual Walk for Wishes is taking place on May 16 to raise money for the pine tree state's Make-A-Wish chapter. → Read More

'Lee Swap' is here to stay; you still get the best of both

It's official. Lee Nelson and Lee Goldberg are switching places. Change is tough, we know, but you're not losing them. The Lees are still here, and this move is precisely what both of them want. → Read More

Windham 'road warriors' still loving life. One day at a time.

The Nickerson family from Windham has been 'Finding their someday' for the last 16 months after selling it all and hitting the road. → Read More

Study shows dogs mirror owners' personalities

Research from Michigan State University shows there are direct correlations between dogs and their owners' personalities. → Read More

50 years later, Thurston's game-winner for Caribou lives on

Caribou hasn't won another state championship since that famous 1969 game, but the team is still alive in the tournament this year and will play in the regional championship game. → Read More

Maine mom with dementia 'recognizes' daughter in viral video

"I knew in some way I would have some level of support from people who might understand what it's like to have a parent with dementia, but not just that, but a parent who is deaf" → Read More

Maine family wants help identifying WWII soldiers

After finding a tin containing their dad's film from his time in World War II, a Maine family is searching for some names to go with the hundreds of pictures. → Read More

Maine woman on long road to recovery after chimney accident

A chimney toppled onto Messalonskee HS graduate Erin Field, leaving her paralyzed → Read More

Maine school getting national attention for innovative program

The Maine Educational Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is providing new options for learning. → Read More

Varsity Club: Henry Honkonen, Marshwood High School

Henry Honkonen rocks -- on the field, on the ice, and on stage. → Read More