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Gillian Graham has been a staff writer for the Press Herald since 2012 and a journalist in Maine since 2005. She covers York County and takes a special interest in cannabis culture and the medical marijuana program. During her time with the Press Herald, Gillian has told the stories of everyday Mainers, tackled issues of poverty and hunger and covered the historic marijuana legalization campaign. She has won regional and national awards for her work, including the Joseph D. Ryle Award for Geriatrics from the National Press Club for her coverage of senior hunger issues in Maine. Gillian grew up in Ogunquit and graduated from the University of Southern Maine. When not on the lookout for great stories, she can be found trolling flea markets and yard sales for vintage Pyrex, cooking new recipes and spoiling her nieces and nephews. She lives in Bar Mills with her husband.

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    December 11, 2018

    Silver alert canceled after police locate missing New Gloucester man

    An elderly New Gloucester man with dementia was found Tuesday after being missing overnight. Maine State Police are looking for an elderly New Gloucester man with dementia who was last seen Monday afternoon. Maine State Police issued a silver alert Monday morning as they tried to locate 93-year-old William Mitchell, who they said was driving […]

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    December 6, 2018

    Maine veterans remember Dec. 7, 1941

    SCARBOROUGH — Paul Marks distinctly remembers the moment he heard the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The 19-year-old was washing his car when news of the devastating attack came over the radio. Marks first wondered where Pearl Harbor was, but his thoughts quickly shifted to his responsibility as an American. Within […]

  • Published
    December 6, 2018

    Maine veterans remember Dec. 7, 1941.

    SCARBOROUGH — Paul Marks distinctly remembers the moment he heard the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The 19-year-old was washing his car when news of the devastating attack came over the radio. Marks first wondered where Pearl Harbor was, but his thoughts quickly shifted to his responsibility as an American. Within […]

  • Published
    December 6, 2018

    Maine veterans remember Dec. 7, 1941

    SCARBOROUGH — Paul Marks distinctly remembers the moment he heard the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The 19-year-old was washing his car when news of the devastating attack came over the radio. Marks first wondered where Pearl Harbor was, but his thoughts quickly shifted to his responsibility as an American. Within […]

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