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A Farmington man is suing his town and two contractors after he was forced to leave his home when it became flooded with raw sewage in January. Farmington says it's the contractors that should be held liable posted US News. (more from centralmaine.com)

The Maine Brewers' Guild are  sending a shipping container filled with Maine's beer to England for a beer festival AND when the container comes back it will be filled with UK beers for a beer festival in Portland this fall according to US News.

The Maine Warden Service is still doing searches on  the Androscoggin River looking for a 5-year-old boy from Auburn who fell in the river two weeks. Newscenter reports the river and its banks are dangerous and any one helping to be careful.

The University of Early College is for high school to earn college credits for free.  It is possible for an Early College student to start college with 20 earned credits. Check out the details and contact info.

After years of trying to work with the owners, Augusta councilors declared four buildings to be dangerous. According to centralmaine.com  the owners now have two months to demolish the sites. If not, Augusta can do it and charge the owners.