PNS Daily News - August 25, 2016 

In focus on our nationwide rundown; a new national monument in New England and we’ll let you know why you can get in free to your local National Park this weekend; plus Virginia voters favor a state fund to bring grocers to underserved neighborhoods; and Michigan reaching out to veterans who are missing out on benefits.

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AUGUSTA, Maine – President Barack Obama on Wednesdasy designated a new national monument for Maine. Its goal is to preserve the landscape and ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine – That big rig sharing the Interstate with you could soon be spewing less harmful emissions because of new rules. The Obama ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine – It's no secret that August is a big month for children being born, across the nation, but Mainers may be surprised to learn ...Read More
PORTLAND, Maine -- With some predicting that 2016 could be the hottest summer on record, a new study found that solar power in Maine is the most cost- ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine – Mainers may want to take heed of a new nationwide survey that says only about one in three Americans is financially literate &# ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine – Grassroots organizers from Maine and the nation are delivering a pledge of resistance to the Democratic National Convention ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine - A bill in Congress could cut a program Maine has used to dramatically increase the number of students eating breakfast and lunch at ...Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine – The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) just handed out $10 million in funds to help communities clean up sites that may ...Read More
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