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Fourth Annual Maine’s Got Talent Competition

Maine does have talent and you have the chance to witness it!  The finalists in the Fourth Annual Maine’s Got Talent competition will showcase their talent for the chance to win $500 and bragging rights on Sunday, May 6, 2012 at the Morgan Hill Event Center in Hermon!  The 2012 finalists include 

· Frederick Giordana III, a vocalist from South Portland;

· Julia Nadeau, a vocalist from Topsham;

· Melanie Jordan, a vocalist, from Dixfield;

· Marissa McGraw, an acrobatic dancer from Edinburg;

· Catherine Howe, a vocalist from Bangor;

· Ashley Smith, a freestyle beat boxer from Canaan;

· Elexis Dubose, a vocalist from Cherryfield;

· Alexandra Stauble, a vocalist from Portland;

· Joanne Pineau, a vocalist from Lisbon Falls;

· Barbershop Quartet comprised of Merton Dana, Cay Outerbridge, Colby Hinson, and John Peotie from Jackson;

Fire in Brunswick destroys home

BRUNSWICK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A house on Mere Point in Brunswick went up in flames Thursday night. The fire could be seen across Maquoit Bay.

It started in a garage and spread to a two-story house before igniting some nearby grass. Radiating heat damaged two homes next door. Firefighters drained a fire pond trying to extinguish the flames, and had to resort to using portable sources filled with water from the Merepoint boat launch.

Fire officials say the home is a total loss. The family that lived there was not hurt. They were out to dinner.











Pyro City Maine Grand Opening in Edgecomb

Pyro City Maine Grand Opening in Edgecomb

This weekend Enter to win the Godfather, prizes are also being drawn every hour all weekend long. 

Welcome To Maine's Premier Fireworks Store!

A Maine owned business serving all your fireworks needs. Launch your own dazzling pyrotechnics show with our full line of Zenith Shells, Fountains, Multi Effects, Roman Candles, Smoke Items, Firecrackers and more. Owner Steve Marson has been in the professional fireworks display business for many years and can advise you on a safe and memorable experience. Visit one of our three retail stores in Manchester, Edgecomby and opening soon Winslow.

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Nominate a Teen for Teens Who Care

Nominate a Teen for Teens Who Care

Do you know a teen, or a group of teens, who go above and beyond for those in their community?  So many teens are doing good deeds all over the state, and we would like to take a moment to acknowledge the good work that they do.  Maybe it is a club at school that gets them involved, or perhaps they volunteer through an organization, if you know a deserving teen in your area please contact us as we are accepting nominations.  There is no deadline, we accept nominations year-round.  Each teen selected as one of our Teens Who Care will receive a $2000 scholarship to the college of their choice; where as the group/club of teens selected will receive $2000 to support a non-profit of their choice.

Early Spring brings rail work closer to completion

BRUNSWICK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Construction crews are back on the job, preparing for Amtrak passenger train service between Brunswick and Boston.

The final touches are being applied at the new, elevated train platform in Brunswick. The 400-foot platform is needed so passengers can be at the same level as the Amtrak cars.

In Freeport, they same company is building a shorter elevated platform for Amtrak's stops in the retail mecca. Both are being paid for by the Maine DOT, as its part of the project. The cost of rebuilding tracks is being paid for with federal stimulus money. Amtrak service to Brunswick and Freeport is still scheduled to begin in November, with two round trips per day between Brunswick and Boston.

French inspired dough makes for delightful poptarts.

French inspired dough makes for delightful poptarts.

I'm not sure why but I love France. I have never been there. Never really wanted to go there. But the past year, I have been in love with French inspired desserts, cooking techniques, pastry, clothing, pretty much everything. It's like an intense love affair that I know is slightly forbidden, since I am forever claiming my deep Italian roots. I mean, what would my Nana say? She would probably smack me with her cane, which gets remarkable distance. Honestly though, they know how to entice you. The desserts from Paris are beautiful, dainty and smothered with butter. What's not to love? I find that currently, a lot of my baked goods are gravitating to being French inspired. I am a huge fan of bite sized treats such as macarons and petite fours. I think that when throwing a party, there is a huge appeal to mini items that look as fantastic as they taste.