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Another sure sign of spring, the potholes are starting to show up. I noticed a HUGE one in my neighborhood this week. I am not alone. March is typically the start of the pothole season, and road crews for the state and municipalities have begun temporarily patching holes when they can and posting weight limits on rural roads to prevent further damage.
Maine's attorney general says the state needs to tighten laws that protect elderly residents from financial exploitation. Attorney General Janet Mills' Task Force on Financial Crimes Against the Elderly is calling for the changes in a new report.
Maine state police say state troopers have cited more than 1,000 drivers for texting and distracted driving during a six-month crackdown. State police say efforts to curb distracted driving will continue throughout 2015.
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