Power outage in Washington County

More than two thousand households and businesses were without power early this morning in Washington County.

The outage occurred at 4:30 a.m.and effected customers in 6 Washington County towns, including East Machias, Cutler and Lubec.

The cause of the outage is unknown, but Emera Maine crews are on the scene and working to restore power.

Daluz Seeks New Trial

BANGOR - It was a crime that shocked people throughout the area. 3 young people shot dead, and their bodies left in a burning vehicle following drug activity that went bad.

Victim in I-95 Pile-Up Recovering

GLENBURN - It's been just over a month since the 102 car pile-up on I-95. Today, we sat down with one of the crash victims to hear her story of survival, and the long road of recovery she faces ahead.

Death Café

SOUTHWEST HARBOR - Many people recognize that we live in a death denying culture and that we can live more fully if we embrace the fact that death happens. Death Café is a place with a relaxed, open, safe atmosphere where you are invited to share discussion with others, relating to issues surrounding life and death.

Husson University to Host a Persian New Year's Concert

BANGOR - Husson University is hosting an on campus performance of Persian Sufi and folk music on Friday, April 3 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m at the Gracie Theatre1 College Circle. The performance is a celebration of spring and the Persian New Year, Nowruz.

King Urges Senate Committee to Enact Testing Flexibility for Maine When Reauthorizing No Child Left Behind

LEWISTON – Following several visits to Portland-area schools and a roundtable with administrators and teachers yesterday, U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine) today sent a letter to the leaders of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee urging them provide Maine and other states with greater flexibility in complying with federal standardized testing requirements as they work to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), better known as No Child Left Behind.

Testimony of Nancy Smith, Executive Director of GrowSmart Maine in support of LD 826

“An Act To Promote Maine's Economic Development and Critical Communications for Rural Family Farms, Businesses and Residences by Strategic Public Investments in High-speed Internet”

AUGUSTA - Senator Woodsome, Representative Dion and members of the Joint Standing Committee on Energy, Utilities and Technology, my name is Nancy Smith, I live in Monmouth and I am the Executive Director of GrowSmart Maine. We are a statewide non-partisan non-profit organization working to improve Maine's economy, protect its distinctive character and communities, and enhance our state's quality places. We support this bill because we believe strategic investments in broadband will make headway in achieving these objectives.

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