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Central Maine News: Victim’s Families Urge Maine Lawmakers to Fund a Cold Case Unit

These are some of the stories central Maine is talking about today.

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Maine Celebrates the Growth of Farmer’s Markets

Maine's agriculture department says the number of farmers markets in the state is on the rise. The Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry says there are currently more than 125 farmers markets in Maine, up from 100 in 2012 and 63 in 2007.

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A Rabies Alert for Fairfield Has Been Issued by the Maine CDC

A heads up if you live in the Fairfield area, the Maine CDC has just put out a rabies alert because three raccoon tested positive for the virus.

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Augusta Man Faces Up To 10 Years After Ninth OUI Conviction

Peter Dubord, a 54 year-old Augusta man, has been convicted of his ninth drunk driving charge going back to 1979.

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Sean Gallup, Getty Images

Central Maine News: Rabies Alert Issued after Two Fairfield Raccoons Tested Positive

These are some of the stories central Maine is talking about today.

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Augusta Police to Target Higher Crime Areas in City

Augusta police were out in high-crime areas of the city to assure law-abiding residents, and warn those who are not, that they will see more police presence in the coming months.

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Maine Senate Passes Bill That Requires ID to Vote [POLL]

The Maine Senate has approved a bill that would require ID when voting at the polls.

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Central Maine News: Dem+Rep Lawmakers Call on LePage to Stop Holding Voter-Approved Bonds Hostage to Advance Political Agenda

These are some of the stories central Maine is talking about today.

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‘Worst Road in Maine’ Looking for Your Submissions

The Maine Better Transportation Association wants some help in naming the "Worst Road in Maine." The contest is held each year in April at a time when potholes pop up across the state, and the organization wants to call attention to the impact of potholes and cracked pavement.

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Maine House Votes Down Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban

The Maine House has voted against a bill to ban single-use plastic bags in the state by 2020.

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