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Four Dead In Maine Murder-Suicide

At least four people have been reportedly killed, in an apparent murder-suicide, in the state of Maine, United States. 123 more words


Matthew B Dineen has joined the sales department At Great Falls Marketing.

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A former local teacher and coach was acquitted on two domestic violence charges in Oxford County Superior Court on Wednesday, his attorney said.Matthew B. Dineen, 45, of Gardiner, was charged with domestic violence assault and domestic violence terrorizing after an August 2013 incident in Hartford, 25 miles north of Lewiston.Last year, Oxford County Sheriff Wayne Gallant said Dineen initially fled the scene of the incident, but he turned himself in the next day. 37 more words

today's holiday: Chester Greenwood Day

Chester Greenwood Day

Chester Greenwood (1858-1937) made his first pair of “ear protectors” when he was 15 years old. He was granted a patent in 1877 and established an entirely new industry in his hometown of… 57 more words

Does Drinking Cow's Milk Cause Anemia In Kids?

Today’s Source from the Kennebec Journal had an article by

Laura McCandlish discussing whether drinking cow’s milk might cause anemia in young children. Her thoughts were based on observation, and I was surprised she wasn’t able to get a solid answer from her pediatricians. 118 more words


Police in Maine town on hunt for car-attacking raven

RICHMOND, Maine — Wanted: A raven that’s attacking cars in Maine.

Richmond Police Chief Scott MacMaster tells the Kennebec Journal that the bird has attacked three vehicles, causing $500 in damage in one case. 93 more words


And Demand at Food Banks Grows, Too

People at the lower end of the income scale continue to struggle in New England.

I’m seeing more stories not only on increased homelessness, but also on huge food-pantry demand. 185 more words