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No reports of injuries or damage, but a number of people have been shaken by a 2.6 magnitude earthquake this evening about four miles south of Richmond. More hear from WCME's Jim Bleikamp, who talked with Stacy Frizzle, executive director of Brunswick's People Plus. Stacy...

From WCME News 9: In Brunswick, some residents of Bay Bridge mobile home park are without water and have been for several days--as water is being rationed by the owner. Town manager John Eldridge has been looking into the situation and talked with WCME's Jim Bleikamp. [audio...

From WCME News 9: A neighbor tells WCME News 9 that it began with a loud boom. Fire chief Ken Brilliant says there were two injuries--neither thought to be serious--in a smoky house fire in bitter cold temperatures at the intersection of Mere Point and Maquoit Roads...

The Forecaster's Brunswick-Harpswell reporter Callie Ferguson joined the Thursday Midcoast Morning Buzz to talk about her story on a dilemma being faced not only in Harpswell but in rural communities throughout the nation. Hear Callie here: [audio mp3="https://radiomidcoastwcme.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Callie-July-27-1.mp3"][/audio] Read Callie's Forecaster story here: http://www.theforecaster.net/new-volunteers-help-but-harpswell-fire-departments-are-still-in-need/...

A seismic and passion-fueled U-S Senate race may be brewing in Maine in 2018.   Governor LePage is thinking again about challenging Brunswick's independent incumbent and one-time Democrat Angus King.   A potential race sized up by WCME political analyst and former Maine House speaker John Richardson on...

Every Saturday at Noon and 5PM, WCME electronically brings together Governor LePage and a political adversary--John Richardson, a former Democratic speaker of the Maine House and former Brunswick town councilor. Today, since there was no weekly message from the governor, John Richardson flew solo and issued...