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    Mary McCarthy, left, and Amelia "Millie" Lane celebrate their 100th birthday at Mary's home in Portland on Wednesday, May 15, 2019.

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    Arianna, 5, eats lunch with her family at their campsite in a tent city of the homeless in Portland in August, 2016.

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    Arianna unpacks her toys in her new bedroom, after living at a homeless encampment in the woods for weeks during the summer of 2016.

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    Troy Jethro hugs Arianna after she gets home from school. The family had an apartment for nearly two months after a bout of homelessness.

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    Biddeford High School band members do stretching exercises before performing in November, 2019.

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    Donna Wall gives her son Christopher eyedrops before bedtime. Wall takes care of three of her adult children who have autism. Two of them are nonverbal and require near constant care. Wall was cut off of Medicaid when her twin boys turned 18 in June 2016.

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    Ann Howgate lost her 28-year-old daughter Kristina Emard after a cocaine and fentanyl overdose. She grieves in the car where her daughter died in March, 2017

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    Shannon Long talks with her 4-year-old daughter, Hope. Long was six months into recovery from an addiction to heroin and prescription opioids in April, 2017.

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    Gail McCarthy begins to cry in her daughters old bedroom. Within the span of about 18 months Gail lost her daughter, Ashley, and her son, Matthew, to opiate overdoses.

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    The Biddeford and Saco Veteran's Day Parade passes by Biddeford's old mills on November 12, 2018.

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    Stephanie Cesario harvests roses in the garden at Avena Botanicals in Rockport in June, 2017.

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    In September, 2017, Mulhah Albadri sat in Portland City Hall after watching her son become an American citizen.

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    Brenda Viola, 17, a senior at Deering High School in 2017, left a refugee camp in Kenya when she was 12 to come to the U.S. and volunteers helping new immigrant students.

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    Hamdia Ahmed, far left, smiles at her family off stage after the first night of the Miss Maine USA pageant.

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    Janet Mills holds up her fists in celebration after getting the phone call that she is the next governor of Maine just after midnight on November 7, 2018. Mills is the first woman ever to be elected governor in Maine.

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    Bela Harnden, 17, signs with his mother Susannah Harnden through the window of their home in Cape Elizabeth in April, 2020.

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    Medical professionals at Martin's Point Health Care drive-thru COVID-19 testing site in April, 2020. They all worked at the site as well as continuing to care for their primary care patients.

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    Gina Morin spoke at the Board of Pharmacy hearing in April, 2018, urging the board to make the opioid overdose drug naloxone available to Mainers of all ages without a prescription.

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    Zainab Almatwari, 17, a senior at Westbrook High School, dressed in her prom outfit outside her home in May, 2020. She is one of Maine's hundreds of high school seniors who missed attending prom because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Marlin Pamba and Tariq Assales attended Casco Bay High School's prom in May, 2018.

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    Adam Lau gets jokingly knocked down on to the couch by his teammate Josh Tobias in the locker room during Sea Dogs media day in April, 2019.

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    Community members stood alongside the road as Capt. Ben Cross' funeral procession made its way to Riverside Cemetery in Bethel, Maine. Cross, a 26-year-old Bethel native, was one of the three Marines killed in August, 2017 when their MV-22 Osprey crashed into the Coral Sea.

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    Firefighters salute as Capt. Joel Barnes' casket is driven down Spring Street to the Cross Insurance Arena for his funeral. Barnes died fighting a fire in Berwick on March 1, 2019.

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    Edward and Chloe, the only students in 2018 at the Cliff Island School, run on their way to "Stinky Beach", a small beach near the schoolhouse.

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    Chloe sees her father, Bill Blomquist, on the ferry back to their home on Cliff Island. Her class had visited the Long Island school in November, 2018.

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    Jenny, the Cliff Island School teacher, points out an owl that lives in one of the trees outside the schoolhouse to Edward and Chloe.

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    Donald Trump is highlighted by bright stage lights at a rally in Bangor in October, 2016.

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    Crowds on Old Orchard Beach in August of 2016.

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    In 2017, Joe and Pam St. Pierre were slated to get a new home, built right on their property, thanks to Western Maine Community Action.

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    Mikey O'Hara-Damon, 8, jumps from couch to couch in the living room while his sister Makayla's nurse Robin checks on her in March, 2018. Makayla and Mikey live with their grandmother Deborah Damon. Maine has one of the nation's highest rates of opiate-affected babies, an average of 975 drug-affected babies were born each year in the state between 2013 and 2017.

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    Isabelle Campbell, 8, a second grader at Lyseth Elementary, during her distance learning science class on zoom at her Portland home in Portland in May, 2020.

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