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Thursday September 3, 2015
Portland Press Herald VideoSusan Kimball Reports

Old man of the sea: Lobsterman, 84, has no plans to retire

Andy Gove can tell you a thing or two about lobstering. He's been doing that job for 77 years in the icy waters of Maine's Penobscot Bay.

  • from Susan Kimball Reports

    Rachel Remillard, 23, a recovering heroin addict has found patience and surrender at the Wayside Food Programs garden.

  • from Susan Kimball Reports

    On June 10, 2-month-old Angel, a miniature horse, had a leg amputated above the knee. Maine Orthotic and Prosthetic Rehab Services heard about Angel’s plight and stepped in to help.

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    Ann Lake, 82, of Harpswell, was a star “lady wrestler” in the 1950s. She and her kid sister Ruth were one of the first sister tag teams in the business. In 2011, Ann and Ruth Lake were inducted in the New England pro wrestling hall of fame.

  • from Susan Kimball Reports

    Portland artist Tim Clorius has come full circle–from graffiti writer to aerosol artist. His work can be seen in restaurants and office buildings throughout the city. Today, Clorius teaches others how to create fine art with a can of spray paint.

  • from Susan Kimball Reports

    In 1974, Cyndi Meserve Bona of Livermore Falls became the first woman to play on a men’s NCAA basketball team. Today, Bona, who now lives in Scarborough, continues to play the game she loves as a member of Maine Senior Women’s Basketball.

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