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Mari Abercrombie, director of Windover Arts Center in Newburgh, was diagnosed with breast cancer last month. She and the board decided to cancel camp that summer so she can focus on getting better.

Windover Arts Center cancels summer camp after director’s breast cancer diagnosis

“I kept thinking to myself, ‘I could do it. I could still run it.’ But the reality is, the program can wait. I have to do this now. I can’t try to do both.”

20-month-old girl shot in Winn home

A 20-month-old girl from Winn is in a Bangor hospital after she was accidentally shot on Monday evening, authorities said Wednesday.

Doctors Without Borders: On The Road

Community

Maine man live in concert at Hampden Baptist Church

Hail is visible on the deck of Presque Isle resident James Robinson after scattered storms across the state brought both hail and lightning throughout Tuesday, June 27, 2017. There was some damage after lightning sparked a house fire in Cushing and struck a business in Thomaston.
Outdoors

Hail, lightning reported across Maine

Lightning from these storms also took a toll throughout the state Tuesday.

Community Yard Sale/Fundraiser

Outdoors

Ferns 101

Doctors Without Borders veteran to discuss his experiences in the field

Live Jazz for Charity with The Daryl Rhodes Trio on July 29

Community

Clifton vacation Bible school: Operation Arctic

Thomas &quotFerg" Ferguson (left) talks to his attorney Jeffrey Silverstein during the beginning of Ferguson's trial in May.

New York man guilty of murder in Center Street shooting

Thomas “Ferg” Ferguson was also found guilty of elevated aggravated assault.
Community

Sunday Service

Outdoors

Detecting Bats

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