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Maine man wins Maine Marathon in 2:24:21 - WCSH-TV

Maine man wins Maine Marathon in 2:24:21
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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – A 30-year-old Saco man has won this year's Maine Marathon a year after finishing second. Rob Gomez won Sunday's race in a time of 2 hours, 24 minutes, 21 seconds. The Portland Press Herald reports that more than 1,160

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Man shot and killed on North Yarmouth-Cumberland town line, police say - Press Herald

Man shot and killed on North Yarmouth-Cumberland town line, police say
Press Herald
Steve McCausland, a spokesman for the Maine State Police, could provide no other details other than state police are planning to establish a crime scene at the home, which is located at 239 Greely Road. McCausland said the shooting was reported around
Man shot and wounded at North Yarmouth houseBangor Daily News

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Gomez wins Maine Marathon - Press Herald

Gomez wins Maine Marathon
Press Herald
click image to enlarge. Tim Greenway/Staff Photographer Rob Gomez of Saco receives a hug from his girlfriend, Breagh MacAulay, after winning the Maine Marathon Sunday in a time of 2 hours, 24 minutes and 21 seconds in Portland. click image to enlarge.
Maine man wins Maine Marathon in 2:24:21Boston Herald
Maine mane wins Maine Marathon in 2:24:21Albany Times Union

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Local fight rages in Maine over tar sands oil - Lexington Herald Leader

Local fight rages in Maine over tar sands oil
Lexington Herald Leader
SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine — A proposed ordinance designed to block tar sands oil from being transported to South Portland has set off a fiery debate over what impact it will have on the community and the city's bustling waterfront. Opponents of the thick,

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Local fight rages in Maine over tar sands oil - MiamiHerald.com

Local fight rages in Maine over tar sands oil
MiamiHerald.com
SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine — A proposal designed to block tar sands oil from being transported from Canada to South Portland in Maine has set off a fiery debate over what impact it will have on the community and the city's bustling waterfront. Tar sands

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Ceremony honors fallen firefighters - Press Herald

Ceremony honors fallen firefighters
Press Herald
Organizers will read the names of 20 Portland firefighters and two South Portland firefighters who have died while on duty. The Associated Press. SOUTH PORTLANDPortland and South Portland fire departments are honoring firefighters who lost their
Communites come together to honor fallen firefightersWCSH-TV
Portland, South Portland fire departments honor fallen firefightersThe Republic

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Exporting Maine's wind energy - Press Herald

Exporting Maine's wind energy
Press Herald
Maine's wind power industry is poised to see its biggest period of growth since the state's first major project was built six years ago, a surge brought on by unprecedented demand for renewable energy in southern New England and by evolving technology

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Leaders of three associations fault Maine's failure to expand Medicaid - Press Herald

Leaders of three associations fault Maine's failure to expand Medicaid
Press Herald
Rich Livingston, left, AARP's Maine volunteer state president, speaks as other association leaders look on, at a press conference held Saturday during the Maine Medical Association's annual meeting in Portland. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer.
160th Maine Medical Association conference discusses ACAWCSH-TV

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Dine Out Maine: Salvage BBQ in Portland lives up to many well-stoked ... - Press Herald

Dine Out Maine: Salvage BBQ in Portland lives up to many well-stoked
Press Herald
With all the hype surrounding Jay Villani's latest food venture, this time into the world of barbecue, I broke away from the traditional understanding that new restaurants often take a while to settle into a rhythm. Villani is the head of Local 188 and

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Datebook - Press Herald

Datebook
Press Herald
The cost is $17 at the door for Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce members and $20 for others. Breakfast is included. Consultants Academy, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., hosted by the Association for Consulting Expertise at Portland Country Club, Falmouth. A series

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