Traveling in the US over the next year has been made easier for Mainers who don't have their passports. The state is receiving a yearlong extension from enforcement of federal requirements for state driver's licenses and ID cards. But as news Source 8's Ashley Blackford finds, people are being encouraged to get their passports to cut out the confusion.
Out of the entire state of Maine, local grocery store owner Mark Kelley was announced as the 2017 grocer of the year. NewsSource 8's Taylor Lumpkin took a trip over to Country Farms Market in Washburn to see how Kelley runs his grocery store and why it stands out above the rest.
Cary Medical Center and Pines Health Services hosted the first annual International Quit Soda on Friday. The idea came from Cary and Pines Pediatrician Doctor Kevin Strong. The goal of the event was to get kids to take a pledge to stop drinking soda for one month.
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