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Great Falls, Lewiston/Auburn
Great Falls, Lewiston/Auburn

The Power of the Great Falls in the Twin Cities and the Kennebec in Gardiner [VIDEOS]

There is a flood watch in effect for many areas with heavy rain earlier and still some precipitation in the forecast

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APD Facebook page
APD Facebook page

Augusta Police Believes They Know the Identity of Woman in the River Saturday

The Augusta Police Department believe they know the identity of the woman who ended in the river Saturday. They believe she is 54-year-old Kelly Voytasko of Augusta.

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Augusta Police Department facebook
Augusta Police Department facebook

Rescuers Continue Search for Possible Body in Kennebec River

Witnesses Saturday (March 21) told the Augusta Police that a woman was seen falling under the ice in the Kennebec River.

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Body Pulled from the Kennebec River in Pittston

A woman’s body today (Sept. 27) was pulled from the Kennebec River in Pittston just across from Gardiner. The woman’s body was removed around noon.

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pinetreesociety.org
pinetreesociety.org

18th Annual Paddle for Pine Tree Camp is Saturday, June 7th [AUDIO]

Support the Pine Tree Camp and have a great time this June at the 18th Annual Paddle for Pine Tree Camp. Paddle with a purpose down the beautiful Kennebec River.

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Mike Higgins
Mike Higgins

Kennebec River Keeps On Rising – Much Of Area Remains Under Flood Watch [VIDEO]

The waters of the Kennebec River keep right on rising throughout the day on April 16. As of noon, the roads leading to the river in Hallowell were all closed due to flooding and in Augusta, it looked like the fast-flowing river was going to burst its banks along Water Street

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Chung Sung-Jun, Getty Images
Chung Sung-Jun, Getty Images

Thin Ice is Starting to be a Concern for Maine Wardens

Spring is getting closer and the Maine Warden Service is warning people that ice conditions across Maine lakes and ponds are becoming dangerous.  Before you head out on the ice, you really should test the thickness using an ice chisel or ice auger and check with locals known thin ice areas.

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