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    Jack Rawcliffe watches on Nov. 28 as an excavator rolls into the shed at the former T.W. Dick fabrication business in Gardiner, which has been demolished to make way for a medical arts center.

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    Developer Matt Morrill, center, shown in June, describes a public road he would like to build with the city of Hallowell for a housing development at the Stevens School Complex in Hallowell.

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    Augusta Fire Chief Roger Audette stands in November in the new fire station under construction on Leighton Road.

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    Mari Voorhies looks at books Aug. 13 in the children's room at Lithgow Public Library in Augusta, which reopened to the public this year after a multi-year fundraising and construction effort.

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    Ken Mason, shown Oct. 24, defeated Kennebec County Sheriff Ryan Reardon in November in the race for sheriff.

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    Police and firefighters work March 18 at the scene of multi-vehicle accident on Route 17 near the Fitch Road intersection in Washington, where a tractor-trailer driven by Randall Junior Weddle was involved in a crash that killed Christina Torres-York, 45, of Warren, and Paul Fowles, 74, of Owls Head.

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    Maine State Police detectives on Oct. 31 enter the driveway of a home on Pine Knoll Road in Winthrop where the bodies of Antonio and Alice Balcer, both 47, were discovered early in the morning. Their son, Andrew Balcer, 18, is charged with murder in connection with their deaths.

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