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Boxes removed, vehicles towed in FBI search of Windham home

WINDHAM, N.H. — FBI agents and other law enforcement officers searched a home in Windham on Monday but would not release any details on the investigation. People living on Glenwood Road in Windham said they were surprised to wake up Monday to a stream of cars heading into the neighborhood.
WINDHAM, NH
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Forget Universal, Play With Dinosaurs This Summer in Maine

Yes, Universal is home to "Jurassic Park," where you can relax on a water ride and see dinosaurs, get turned upside down on the Velocicoaster, and even come face to face with Blue (velociraptor). Did you know you do not have to travel that far to see some dinosaurs? You can actually see and hear some cool dinosaurs in Maine.
PORTLAND, ME

A Family Of 3 And Their 2 Dogs Had To Jump Into The Water To Save Themselves After Their Houseboat Went Up In Flames

A family and their two dogs were miraculously able to make it out alive after the boat they were living on unexpectedly burst into flames. On June 18th in New Castle, New Hampshire, Arthur Watson, Diane Watson, and Jarrod Tubbs called 911 when they noticed black smoke below the deck of their 2007 Marlow vessel named 'Elusive' while sailing on the Piscataqua River.
NEW CASTLE, NH
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Kennebunk launches campaign to get drivers to slow down

KENNEBUNK (WGME) – With a rise in dangerous speeding in town, "Slow Down Kennebunk" signs are now all over. The public awareness campaign is focused on slowing drivers around town. “A lot of our roadways in town are usually 25 miles an hour to 35 miles an hour,” Kennebunk...
KENNEBUNK, ME
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Veteran TV reporter's new book focuses on 'Ten Ohio Disasters'

Veteran reporter Neil Zurcher was inspired to write his new book, "Ten Ohio Disasters," when he remembered a story he had heard a half century ago while riding on an elephant. Zurcher, who worked for WJW-TV in Cleveland, had been assigned to meet the circus train of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus in the town of Peninsula, near Akron, and ride one of the elephants from the train to the nearby Richfield Coliseum, where the show was going to be held.
DOVER, OH

Do We Have Gay Bars in Maine?

We used to have Styxx in Portland but that closed down years ago and we really don’t have much to replace it with. We’re no Portland, Oregon but if you walk down our streets you’d think there would be a lot more gay-friendly places given our demographic.
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