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Vote Scarborough America’s Happiest Seaside Town!  Here is the link to vote. (Voting closes March 31st.)

2014 State of Maine Camping Reservations

Here’s information on how you can place a reservation for camping at one of Maine’s state parks:
–Online at www.CampWithMe.com (24-7);
–By calling in state at 800-332-1501; or (out-of-state) 207-624-9950 (9:00AM – 4:00PM, on Business Days);
–By mailing reservations to: Department of Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry, Bureau of Parks and Lands, ATTN.: Reservations, 22 SHS, Augusta, ME 04333.
–By dropping off completed reservation forms, which will be processed during business hours at the Augusta office:
Department of Agriculture,Conservation and Forestry (DACF)
22 State House Station
18 Elkins Lane
Augusta, ME 04333

Maine Moose Lottery
Get more information about the Lottery here.

Portland Restaurant Inspections: Click here to see how your favorite restaurant did!

Center For Grieving Children
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Poliquin Asks Richardson To Drop Out Of Race

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Republican Bruce Poliquin wants independent candidate Blaine Richardson to get out of the race for Maine's 2nd Congressional District seat.

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Portland Jetport Security Finds Gun in Luggage

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) _ Transportation Security Administration officials say they found a handgun in a passenger's carry-on luggage at Portland International Jetport.

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Man Guilty of Transporting Women for Prostitution

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) _ A Boston man has been found guilty in a Maine court of transporting women for prostitution.

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17-Year-Old Sentenced in Manslaughter Case

GENERIC HANDCUFFS

ELLSWORTH, Maine (AP) _ A 17-year-old girl will spend 10 days in a juvenile corrections center as punishment for causing a crash that killed another teenager in Bucksport in October.

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Maine Town and Resident Clash over Critical Signs

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NEW GLOUCESTER, Maine (AP) _ A Maine town and long-time local government critic are clashing over whether the town can use a zoning ordinance to force the man to remove political signs from his front lawn.