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On the Monday WCME Midcoast Morning Buzz, Keith Carlon, who along with his brother Kevin owns and runs Elevated Remedies, a medical marijuana dispensary in Brunswick's industrial park, reflects on a recent burglary at his store, and how that got him thinking more deeply about...

The Bath City Council has voted unanimously to allocate $26,000 to the effort, which will involve help from the U-S Department of agriculture. Foxes and other possibly rabid animals will be trapped. Peter Owen talked about the pending effort with WCME's Jim Bleikamp. [audio mp3="https://radiomidcoastwcme.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Owen-on-rabies-q.-needs-to-be-done.mp3"][/audio]...

The senator held a 90--minute listening session at Bowdoin College on Sunday and held a brief news conference afterwards. Posted here is the audio of the news conference, which begins with Angus King making the case that the Senate in its deliberations this week should not...

Fred is a former attorney, business owner, and longtime resident of downtown Brunswick making another bid for the Maine House in the 49th district, which encompasses about half of Brunswick. But Fred, unlike Mattie Daughtry, the current holder of the seat, is adamantly refusing suggestions...

The veteran former state senator from Brunswick left Augusta in 2016--not because he wanted to--but rather because he was required to leave by the state's term-limits law. Three years later he wants his old seat again. Stan's largest problem is that the popular four-term veteran state...

Martha Stein is uniquely positioned to talk about the asylum seekers. From their point of intake in Portland--where she serves as executive director of Hope Acts--an organization supporting asylees. And she also lives on the Midcoast--in Brunswick--where she formerly served as development director at Tedford...