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Tuesday May 26, 2015
Portland Press Herald VideoSusan Kimball Reports

A new life at Angers farm

At Angers Farm in West Newfield, recovering substance abuse addicts find a fresh start through the York County Shelter Program.

  • from Susan Kimball Reports

    Wendy Brum and her son Asa compete in a bodybuilding competition in Westbrook.

  • from Susan Kimball Reports

    On April 25, Sue Ellen Monaghan and Jon Claflin met for the first time at her parent’s home in Portland. Sue Ellen lost her 25-year old son, Tim, on October 31. On November 1, Jon Claflin, who was in dire need of a transplant, received Tim’s heart.

  • from Susan Kimball Reports

    The Cosmetic Enhancement Center of New England in Portland offers tattoo removal to juvenile offenders at Long Creek Youth Development Center for no or very low cost. The Long Creek Volunteer Services Program picks up any costs not covered.

  • from Susan Kimball Reports

    Christine Royles of South Portland, mother of a 2-year-old, posted her need for a kidney on the back of her car. Josh Dall-Leighton saw her plea, got tested and found that he is a strong potential match. Transplant surgery is tentatively set for May.

  • from Susan Kimball Reports

    In 2014, 3-year old Zoey Houston had a stroke that caused debilitating weakness in her left side. She is one of an estimated 3500 children in the US who suffer strokes every year. Zoey has made great progress in therapy at NE Rehabilitation Hospital.

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