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Ted Wilbur (center) waves good-bye to Moose Shack employee April Hafford after she delivered to him and Kaci Hickox (right) at their home in Fort Kent Thursday. Hickox returned last week to the U.S. from West Africa, where she treated Ebola patients. She is fighting a 21-day home quarantine.

Report: LePage to back off quarantine demand if Kaci Hickox agrees to blood test

4 mins ago FORT KENT | The nurse at the center of a quarantine controversy stemming from her work in Ebola-stricken western Africa left her house and …
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Shanna Horner O'Hea, co-owner of the Kennebunk Inn, sits on the bed in room 17. Some believe the room is haunted by the ghost of former night watchmen and poet Silas Perkins, who died in the room.

Hauntings of an inn in Kennebunk

Diane de Seversky was working the front desk at the Kennebunk Inn one summer night when a diner at the associated restaurant …
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Maine CDC: Southern Maine restaurant worker may have exposed diners to hepatitis A

1 hour ago PORTLAND | The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday urged local …

RSU 29 superintendent says shuffling of students following closure of Wellington has worked well so far

2 hours ago HOULTON | For students in every building in RSU 29 in Houlton, it has …

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