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Finding Our Voices is going to the movies

Two movies starring Maine domestic violence survivors are premiering Saturday, July 16 at the 25th Maine International Film Festival in Waterville, sharing the stage with the award-winning documentary “And So I Stayed,” about women serving long prison sentences for killing their abusers. The Finding Our Voices short documentaries...
WATERVILLE, ME
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Religious schools may face another hurdle to state tuition

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Religious schools got what they wanted when the Supreme Court allowed them to participate in a state tuition program. But the state attorney general said the ruling will be for naught unless the schools are willing to abide by the same antidiscrimination law as other private schools that participate in the program.
AUGUSTA, ME
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Maine driver in critical condition following crash in Wilton

WILTON (WGME) -- A Maine man is in critical condition at Maine Medical Center after a car crash in Wilton on Thursday. Wilton police say a 72-year-old Jay man was driving on Route 133 near the intersection of Melcher Rd. around 5:30 p.m. when he went off the road and crashed.
WILTON, ME
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Even the Cheapest Place to Live in Maine is Seeing Home Prices Soar

Since most of us are getting priced out of Southern Maine, people are heading north. According to a great in-depth story from the Bangor Daily News, Mexico used to be one of the cheapest towns to live in pre-pandemic. Homes averaged around $60,000. but this year so far four houses sold for over $300,000. Obviously much less than Portland or Cape Elizabeth, but still pretty high for Mexico Maine with a population of around 2,800 (which was an increase for the first time in 60 years!)
PORTLAND, ME
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