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RUMFORD — Work is expected to start Thursday to replace culverts under South Rumford Road and a driveway near Hall Hill Road. Currently, the Maine Department of Transportation has filled in one side of a big washout there from severe thunderstorms on July 2 that blew out the road, ex...

MONROE — It was a perfect summer day, with the sun shining over the fields. A man driving horses cultivated vegetables as sounds of a song came from a distance, where others weeded the crops. You would think it’s a movie about life 100 years ago, but in fact it was the scene at...

Brandy Chadwick, right, of Portland, and her sister, Haley Cox, and Cox's best friend, Emily Burns, both of Limerick, were ecstatic on Friday morning at Sunday River Ski Resort in Newry prior to the start of the two-day New England Forest Rally. Cox holds a picture taken with extreme sports legen...

BETHEL — Despite Tropical Storm Arthur's winds knocking over displays and exhibit canopies, Saturday's 25th annual Bethel Art Fair was attracting sizable crowds. Many people were buying art being sold by 51 exhibitors of paintings, photography and artisanship. This is also the first ...

Cadance Thomas, 8, of Turner and formerly of Canton, holds her stuffed bunny named Susan, which has a baby bunny atop its back. It won the cutest category at Tuesday's Stuffed Animal Pet Show at the "Fizz, Boom, Read" program at Ludden Memorial Library in Dixfield. Fifty children brought their fa...

MEXICO — About 80 children and their parents marveled at Rob White's annual presentation of snakes Tuesday morning in the Municipal Building. After teaching everyone about his two ball pythons, red-tailed boa, king snake and corn snake, and fielding questions, White got to the childr...

The bittersweet vine was introduced into Maine as a landscaping plant and has since become an invasive species.

LEWISTON — You might call it the splash heard 'round the world. Would-be paddlers spanning the globe took to chlorinated water Friday at 11 a.m. sharp in an organized effort to set a new record for The World's Largest Swimming Lesson. Among them were more than two dozen c...

"Chop, Drop & Roll" lumberjacking athletes Heather Maciel, left, of West Tisbury, Mass., and Brenda Gingras of Dover, N.H., try to cut through a 14- by 14-square-inch block of white pine during the Two Women Crosscut contest at Black Mountain Ski Resort in Rumford.