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    New ICE office in downtown Portland draws protests

    A spokesperson says the the Homeland Security Investigations office will specialize in transnational criminal probes, not deportations.

  • Arts & Entertainment
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    Children’s museum sells building to Portland Museum of Art, in boost for both

    The sale for $2.1 million means the Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine can advance its plans to move to Thompson's Point and the PMA gains flexibility for expansion.

  • Local & State
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    It’s a boom year for acorns, but the reason is a tough nut to crack

    'Mast years,' when oaks of a certain type drop more seed than usual, occur every 2 to 5 years, and scientists can't explain why.

  • Local & State
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    Dozens in Waterville mark Indigenous Peoples’ Day despite mayor’s proclamation

    Penobscot Nation Tribal Ambassador Maulian Dana offers words of encouragement to residents who feel divided over the renaming of the former Columbus Day holiday.

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    Maine astronaut Jessica Meir’s 1st spacewalk rescheduled, and it’s a repair mission

    Caribou native Jessica Meir is now scheduled to participate in the first all-female spacewalk on Thursday or Friday.

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    Democrats consider formal vote on impeachment inquiry as probe quickens

    Former top adviser on Russia Fiona Hill tells House impeachment investigators there were concerns at high levels of Trump's administration about his personal lawyer's activities in Ukraine.

  • Local & State
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    Augusta woman wins more than $53,000 on ‘Jeopardy!’

    Togus medical librarian Jessica Garsed won three games of "Jeopardy!" that aired last week and called it a "surreal experience."

  • Maine Voices
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    Cape Elizabeth teenagers’ experience shows dwindling tolerance for silence

    Suspended and shamed for her words in 1997, a Portland graduate lauds current Cape students who are advocating for their right to speak up.

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