Monday, 26 June 2017 18:17

Staying safe at the pool this summer

BANGOR - When the weather gets warm, many of us decide to head to the pool. But while swimming can be fun, it can also at times be dangerous.

BANGOR - The Peace and Justice Center is organizing the creation of a special mural that will be painted later this month.

AUGUSTA (WGME) - Kids in Augusta found a way to cool off and help their community at the same time, Three Rivers Whitewater Rafting teamed up with the Augusta Boys and Girls Club for a river clean up Sunday.

ISTANBUL, TURKEY - While pride festivals across the United States took place this week, authorities call off a large gay rights march in Turkey, they said it's for safety, would-be marchers know otherwise.

PORTLAND (WGME) - A letter sent to a Portland Islamic Society threatened violence to Muslims.

PORTLAND (WGME) - Schoonerfest activities wrapped up Sunday night in Portland.

VINALHAVEN - There are no reports of serious injuries following a plane crash Monday morning on Vinalhaven.

SANFORD - Big developments this morning in the investigation into a massive mill fire in Sanford.

SQUARE LAKE - Divers have recovered the last of three men who drowned in Square Lake in Northern Maine.

BAR HARBOR - Summertime and warmer weather means it's strawberry season, and Sunday the Abbe Museum hosted a celebration for the fruit.

LAMOINE - A local rabbit rescue opened its doors to the public for some furry fun on Sunday.

WASHINGTON D.C. - Senator Susan Collins has not released a definitive answer to where she stands on the Senate Healthcare Bill released last week.

WASHINGTON (ABC NEWS) - The healthcare showdown ramps up today-after both sides spent the weekend making their case to still-undecided senators.

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