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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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Maine’s State, Federal Courts Warn Of Scams

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Maine's state and federal courts have issued warnings about phone and email scams by those trying to trick people into giving them money or steal their identities.

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Snowe, McKernan Among Hosts For LePage Fundraiser

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Former U.S. Sen. Olympia Snowe and her husband, former Gov. John McKernan, are among the hosts for a fundraiser this month for Republican Gov. Paul LePage.

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Investigation Underway At Maine State Prison

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The Maine Department of Corrections is investigating a complaint that says a group of employees has created a hostile work environment at the Maine State Prison.

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Maine Might Add 2 Birds To Its Endangered List

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Maine environmental officials are proposing to add two bird species to the state's list of endangered animals.

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Maine Senators Visiting US-Mexico Border

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Seven U.S. senators, including Susan Collins and Angus King of Maine, have visited the Texas-Mexico border on a fact-finding mission focusing on the immigration crisis.