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Chloe Teboe


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Recent articles by Chloe:

Unique connection between science and the arts helps revive Auburn theater

Two of the people involved in running Community Little Theatre have scientific backgrounds. One is an epidemiologist, and the other is a veteran nurse. → Read More

Viral cat and dog duo from Naples helping to raise money for Veterans

Tricia Souza and Kevin Noble are selling children's books based on a TikTok video of their pets, Camper and Leo. All proceeds will go to Maine Paws for Veterans. → Read More

More stock, fewer employees causing safety concerns at some Maine stores

The South Portland Fire Department said a shortage of workers at local stores is making it difficult for some businesses to properly organize inventory. → Read More

Program allows some Maine prison residents to serve end of sentence in community

L.D. 1593 took effect on October 18, 2021. Its updated Supervised Community Confinement Program allows some prisoners to reenter Maine society earlier. → Read More

'Back in business' | Brunswick High School students return to stage with live audiences

The Brunswick High School Players will perform 'Peter and the Starcatcher' through Saturday at Crooker Theater. → Read More

Three Maine girls to perform in 95th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Sophomore Teigan Olsen and freshman Natalie Blaisdell attend Wells High School, and freshman Sienna Graham goes to R.W. Traip Academy in Kittery. → Read More

New Gloucester woman injured in Saturday afternoon crash

Tasha Dostie, 50, of New Gloucester was injured in a crash on Snow Hill Road in New Gloucester Saturday, October 23 when her car went off the road, hitting a tree. → Read More

Preble Street still needs help from landlords to house 100 veterans

Preble Street's '100 Veteran Challenge: Unlocking Homes for Heroes' began on Aug. 3, with a goal of housing 100 Maine Veterans in 100 days (by Veterans Day 2021). → Read More

Maine, New Hampshire hair salons to host event to support cancer patients

All proceeds from the 'Battle of the Salons' event, happening this weekend through Foundation4Love, will go to New England Cancer Specialists' 'Cold Cap Program'. → Read More

13th annual Dempsey Challenge proves importance of community in fight against cancer

About 2,000 people took part in Dempsey Challenge 2021, with more than 500 of them doing so in the global virtual challenge across 10 different countries. → Read More

Newcastle 'floating road' used for environmentally-friendly transmission line repair

Central Maine Power used innovative technology with roots from the University of Maine to access a transmission line on an island in Great Salt Bay off Newcastle. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Rally in Augusta to kick off former Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s 2022 gubernatorial campaign

Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. at the Augusta Civic Center for former Governor Paul LePage's rally to officially launch his 2022 gubernatorial election campaign. → Read More

Maine doctor shares why she participates in the Dempsey Challenge

In two weeks, Mainers and others across the country and world will take part in the 13th annual Dempsey Challenge. → Read More

Maine restaurants adapt as student employees leave, highlighting labor shortage

Some restaurants like Portland's Terlingua Restaurant are changing their business models to address the worker shortage, brought on by COVID-19 and summer's end. → Read More

New vaccine rules for Maine students go into effect Sept. 1

As of Wednesday, philosophical and religious exemptions from required vaccines will no longer be allowed in public or private schools in Maine. → Read More

Portland, Maine group teaches empowerment self-defense skills

Prevention Action Change is an empowerment self-defense group, established in 2003 and based in Portland. → Read More

New law will require Maine public schools to provide free meals to all students

Funding in Maine's updated budget bill, signed into law by Gov. Janet Mills, will provide for free school meals for all public school students starting in 2022-2023. → Read More

Increased travel for Maine's airports, roads forecasted for July 4 holiday weekend

AAA says Monday afternoon will see the busiest highways during Independence Day weekend, with 47.7 million Americans expected to travel overall. → Read More

Two material bans take effect in Maine on July 1

As of July 1, 2021, Maine retailers are no longer allowed to give out single-use plastic bags or polystyrene foam disposable food containers in most cases. → Read More

Maine's state of civil emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic ends

The pandemic isn't over, but the light at the end of the tunnel is a lot brighter now. → Read More