Hannah Dineen, NEWS CENTER Maine

Hannah Dineen

NEWS CENTER Maine

Portland, ME, United States

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  • CBS 8 San Diego

Recent articles by Hannah:

How to donate safely on Giving Tuesday

According to the BBB, a responsible charity will include the following facts on its website: its mission, measurable goals, and description of achievements. → Read More

Police investigate fatal crash in Paris

Police say a 40-year-old Oxford man was killed instantly when the truck he was driving went off the road and partially rolled over into some trees. → Read More

Game Wardens Rescue Injured Hiker in Aroostook State Park

The hiker was on the trail to the south peak in Aroostook State Park when she slipped on a snowy area and slid forty feet down a verticle drop. → Read More

Pedestrian struck, injured in Portland

A female pedestrian was struck near Franklin and Congress Street. Portland Police say she suffered some injuries. → Read More

Driver dies after crashing into Gardiner Toll Plaza, according to State Police

State Police say traffic was limited to a single lane for much of Saturday afternoon, as crews worked to clear the scene. → Read More

Average Versant Power residential customer will see $30 per month rate hike in 2022

The rise in rates is a reflection of higher natural gas prices globally, according to PUC officials. → Read More

Gardiner Middle School closed Monday due to COVID-19 outbreak

Superintendent Patricia Hopkins says a quarter of the student body has been identified as close contacts of someone who tested positive for COVID-19 → Read More

Mast Landing School moves to remote learning amid COVID-19 outbreak

Mast Landing School in Freeport will have remote learning next week (November 15-19), the Superintendent announced Saturday night. → Read More

Westbrook Police make major drug bust at private residence

Police say the investigation is on-going and have not shared whether any arrests have been made in connection to the drug bust. → Read More

Dozens of gravestones toppled, broken in Lewiston cemetery

Family with plots at St. Peter's Cemetery called the vandalism "disgraceful." → Read More

Blood donations in New England at a 10 year low

There is a critical need for blood donations right now, according to the American Red Cross. → Read More

Question 1: 'Yes on 1' wins, voters reject CMP corridor

The 'Question 1' referendum has been called for the 'Yes on 1' side. The referendum seeks to ban the CMP corridor/NECEC project. → Read More

Final messages from the Question 1 campaigns

The campaigns that support and oppose Question 1 share their take-home messages on Election Day. → Read More

Biddeford RiverWalk damaged in storm

A portion of the Biddeford RiverWalk near the Pepperell Mill Campus eroded and washed away early Sunday morning → Read More

Sommerville fatal fire under investigation

The chief medical examiner will process and ID the remains on Sunday, although they are believed to be of 72-year-old Ian Baston, who lived at the residence. → Read More

Police investigate shots fired in Biddeford

Police are asking the public for information about a reported shooting in Biddeford on Friday night, October 29. → Read More

Halloween Fire Prevention Festival 2021

The annual Halloween Fire Prevention Festival combines fire safety lessons and Halloween fun. The event happened at the Sullivan Gymnasium at USM on Saturday. → Read More

Portland Foreside: The Old Port's new mixed-use neighborhood

The project, which sits between Portland, Maine's, Munjoy Hill neighborhood, and the waterfront, is projected to be completed in the next six years. → Read More

Referendum 'Question 1' is the most expensive ballot question in state history

The campaigns for and against the question have raised more than $71 million. NEWS CENTER Maine breaks down top campaign donors. → Read More

Bicyclist struck by car on I-295 in Portland

Just after 6 p.m. on Saturday, a bicyclist attempted to cross I-295 and was struck by a car. State Police remind the public: bicycles are prohibited from I-295. → Read More