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Maine man accused of fatally strangling mother with her key lanyard

BATH, Maine (TCD) -- A 44-year-old man is accused of fatally strangling his mother with her lanyard after an argument. According to Maine State Police, on Tuesday, May 24, at approximately 11:35 a.m., Bath Police Department officers were called to an apartment complex at 125 Congress St. When they arrived, they reportedly found 66-year-old Jeanine Ross deceased inside her residence.
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The Good Supply Opens for 10th Anniversary Season

Ten years ago, Catherine McLetchie arrived in Pemaquid and began to spread her vision of a cooperative, supported, localized art community. She opened her first storefront in a small out-building on her property, representing artists she had recruited, and merchandising their wares in a fresh and modern way. Since then,...

Video: Class of 2022 arrives for their class photo at Garcelon

The Class of 2022 gathered for their class photo at Garcelon Field this morning. Wrapping up a college career is hard work, but the seniors did a good job, showing up only fashionably late. Here’s a time-lapse video of how it went down:. The class photo included toasts with...

(Mix) Ryan Deelon | Hot Mix Nights 05.27.22

Hot Mix Nights is the soundtrack to your weekend!! We’re in the mix for 9 hours starting at 6pm every Friday and Saturday night. Listen on 104.7 Portland, 100.3 Lewiston, 102.9 Bangor, Tune-In Radio, or Hot Radio Maine on Apple Music. SIDE A. * Latto ft. Mariah Carey, DJ...

Vannoy wins KVAC 800, and Morris the KVAC 1600

Medomak Valley’s Annie Vannoy won the KVAC medium school division 800m championship on May 27 at Cony High School in Augusta. Noah Morris won the KVAC 1600m. The Lady Panthers won the 4×400 relay in 4:24 with Vannoy, Zaniah Puchalski, Katherine McKenney and Amber Pendleton running a leg.

Lincoln boys third, girls fourth at KVAC championships

Lincoln Academy boys placed third at the KVAC small school championships, held at Cony High School in Augusta on May 27. Leavitt won with 195.5 points to beat Winslow 136. Lincoln scored 91. Four Eagles placed in two events, Avery Redonnett (2. 110 hurdles, 4. 300 hurdles), David Winchenbach (3....

26th annual Paddle for Pine Tree Camp set for June 4-5th

SOLON, Maine (WABI) - In less than three weeks, Pine Tree Camp in Rome will resume its overnight summer sessions for the first time in two years. If you’d like to help provide a camp experience for a Mainer with disabilities, there are a few chances coming up for you to do so.

New veteran monuments unveiled in Auburn

AUBURN (WGME) -- Two new monuments honoring veterans were unveiled in Auburn Friday morning. The monuments are dedicated to veterans from Grenada to Panama from the Cold War, the Persian Gulf War, and the global war on terror. They’re being displayed at Mount Auburn Cemetery where an outdoor ceremony was...

Man charged with murder after mother's body found apartment in Bath

BATH, Maine — A man is accused of killing his mother after her body was found at an apartment complex in Bath. Authorities discovered the body of 66-year-old Jeanine Ross at an apartment on Congress Street Tuesday afternoon. Maine State Police assisted in the investigation and Ross’ death was...

Police Arrest Maine Man For Murder Of His Mother

According to a press release from the Maine Department of Public Safety, a 42 year old man living in Bath has been arrested and charged with the murder of his mother. According to the press release, just before Noon on Tuesday, May 24th, police responded to an apartment at 125 Congress Street in Bath. In the apartment, they discovered the body of 66 year old Jeanine Ross..

University president who bowed out to get $235K on July 1

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - The settlement approved for the University of Maine at Augusta president who bowed out amid controversy ensures he will be paid at least $235,000 in the first year. The Kennebec Journal reports that Michael Laliberte will receive an additional $30,000 for a housing allowance on top...

Officers respond for Tip-A-Cop fundraiser Thomaston Applebee's

THOMASTON — On Thursday, May 26, at Applebee's of Thomaston local law enforcement officers and the wait staff raised $2018 for Special Olympics Maine. The annual Tip-A-Cop event had been canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID. Several local Special Olympic athletes attended the event and the Applebee's...

Maine CDC warns of hepatitis A exposure at two locations

OAKLAND, Maine — The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention is warning people may have been exposed to hepatitis A in two different locations in recent weeks.  Hepatitis A is a contagious liver disease caused by the hepatitis A virus. It can spread through contaminated food or water.