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Auburn police are looking for Lexis Lamothe, 16, after her family filed a missing person's report. She was last seen on Thursday.

Auburn police searching for missing teen

Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a teenager not seen since Thursday, whose father believes she may have gone to meet up with an older man.
Matt and Rosie Graham, standing in front of a family portrait.

Parents say Maine’s mental health system failed suicidal daughter

Anie Graham’s parents say there should be distinct protocols to help kids at risk of suicide, and properly trained providers who are available to help.
Benny Carrasco, a licensed medical marijuana caregiver and owner of Central Maine Flower, will move his plants from Bangor with an eye toward growing more plants for the recreational marijuana market once those rules are established.

Bangor company buys 8.2 acres to grow recreational marijuana in Greene

Central Maine Flower has bought the shuttered Town & Country Foods with long-term plans to grow recreational marijuana in the former 13,340-square-foot former meat operation.

Moxie Fest founder, Lisbon ‘icon’ dies at 77

He didn’t invent the drink, but he kept it alive.

Judge dismisses welfare fraud charges against Lewiston man

A judge dismissed more than a dozen welfare fraud charges against a Lewiston man just days before his trial was supposed to begin, the Sun Journal reports.

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