This week we'll see how an artist explores the ways people depend on each other and we'll get an update on Western Cemetery improvements. We'll also get some background on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
This week we'll learn about a prescription drug discount program and we'll find out how businesses can get help to improve their storefronts. We'll also hear about a program to help artists with the business of art.
This week we'll find out about funding sources for start-up businesses and about how you can provide foster care for pets. We'll learn about support for families with aging relatives.
This week we'll return to the Golden Age of travel and we'll learn about the Police Department's new recruiting tool. We'll also get a preview of a one-woman show about Kansas in the 1890's.
This week we'll find out about a new CTN program that highlights Maine's high-tech companies and we'll see how you can Dress For Success. We'll also learn about how you can complete your college degree on-line
A memorial to Trayvon Martin, a tour of the municipal organ, the first woman president of the Maine Charitable Mechanics Association and more are all a part of this week's show.
This week we'll see how homeless children are getting a safe place to play and we'll hear about the 50th anniversary of Silent Sprint. We'll also learn about a new program to help tourism in Maine.
This week: We'll meet CTN's Producer of the Year and we'll learn about a program to deal with mental health crises. We'll also get an update on LearningWorks and take a fresh look at the War of 1812
This week we'll check in with some young entrepreneurs at USM and find out why the METRO BUS is the way to go. We'll also hear how animals fare with the lack of snow and get an update from Rippleffect.
This week we'll learn what's in store for Maine's economy this year and we'll see quilts that tell favorite children's stories. We'll also attend a Day of Action in Monument Square.
This week we'll see how our drinking water is being protected and we'll learn about a new economic grant program for Portland businesses. We'll also find out how non-profits can get some much needed advice.
This week we'll tell you how you can bid on some great stuff and we'll attend a meeting exploring what is art and what is craft. We'll also learn about changes to Medicare's open enrollment deadline
This week we'll hear about a children's story program that teaches about the environment and we'll attend a public housing celebration. We'll also learn about a fall harvest festival.
This week we'll learn about a program to help prevent teem suicides and we'll get an update on ways to help children and parents going through divorce. We'll also get a preview of CTN's 25th Anniversary Bash.
This week we'll see how kids can learn healthy habits and we'll find out about a new APP to help the police. We'll also explore why tragedies like the Holocaust happen, and whether they can happen again.
This week we'll attend a ceremony honoring the Arctic Convoy and we'll find out how to handle being part of the 'Sandwich Generation.' We'll also learn about a new service for travelers at the Portland Jetport.
This week we'll find out about a new business program right here on CTN and we'll learn how you can help the Police Department fight crime. We'll also hear about upcoming events to promote peace.
This week we'll meet Portland's new City Manager and we'll find out about a new program that makes eating healthy easier. We'll also see how you can explore the inner workings of Portland's government
This week we'll see how firefighters train to survive in a burning building and we'll meet the author of a novel about a small Aroostook County Town. We'll also find out how to keep the kids busy during summer vacation.
This week well find out how to get information about healthcare options and we'll hear about some improvements at Evergreen Cemetery. We'll also visit a new regional learning center in Falmouth
This week we'll visit Cow island for a youth leadership building exercise and we'll find out how to get rid of un-needed prescription drugs. We'll also see how Maine's history can be traced through its maps.
This week we'll learn about a rally to keep kids safe and we'll check out some extraordinary photographs of Maine's loggers. We'll also talk with author Susan Conley about her family's adventure in China
This week we'll hear about a unique response to climate change and we'll learn about training for family caregivers. We'll also find out about fighting hunger and growing food locally.
This week we'll hear the story of a doctor from the Gaza Strip and we'll get a preview of the 'Maine Festival of the Book.' We'll also go to James Phinney Baxter's birthday bash.
This week we'll get an update on Portland's crime rate and we'll find out how you can help the Portland area go green. We'll also get a preview of WMPG Radio's Fat Tuesday bash
This week we'll meet Portland's new neighborhood prosecutor and we'll learn about winter wildlife - and how you can find it. We'll also find out about threats to the Americorps program
This week we'll get up an update on the Junior League and we'll hear about a new radio drama on WMPG Radio. We'll also find out how Learning Works is expanding its English Language Program
This week we'll find out how to nominate someone for an 'eco-excellence' award and we'll learn about possible changes to Maine's environmental laws. We'll also get a behind-the-scenes look at 'TV Show'
This week we'll see how the Portland Police Department is helping women stay safe and we'll hear stories of life in Sudan from refugees here in Portland. We'll also attend the Great Northeast Radio Rally and find out when the Lighthouse Jubilees will be returning to CTN
This week we'll hear a community conversation on fatherhood and we'll learn how the Portland Police Department is reaching out to the gay community. We'll also get some tips on how parents of children with developmental disabilities can make getting their child's hair cut easier and we'll get a legislative update from Augusta.
This week we'll check in on the restoration of Pullen Fountain and we'll find out how you can serve the community on Martin Luther King Day. We'll also see how USM is going green.
This week we'll see the latest in E-Readers and we'll learn about a new Parenting program right here on CTN. We'll also find out how you can help the Fire Department during the snow season and we'll get an update on Portland's Parking Bans.
On this week' show we'll get up close and personal with some owls in Falmouth and we see a play that breaks down barriers between the police and Portland's youth. We'll also be at the finish line at a 5K race and find out how to help children of parents who are going through a divorce cope with the holiday season.
This week we'll see the first map that gave America its name and find out about some pedestrian-friendly crosswalks in Portland. We'll also get an update on the terminal expansion project at the Portland Jetport and attend Cumberland County's 250th birthday party.
This week we'll get a peek at auction items available online from Hour Exchange Portland. We'll also hear about an upcoming event at the Independent Transportation Network and see the latest exhibit of photos and essays about Cliff Island and Ecomaine will update us on the latest in recycling.
This edition cover the opening of Loring Memorial Trail, a new City art project, the League of Young Voters response to the election and the Veterans for Peace Maine Chapter peace walk.
This week we'll catch up with Lady Gaga on her visit to Portland for a rally against 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'; We'll also run the Trails To Ales 10K race and find out what happens to our recycling after we put it in those blue bins. We'll also get a preview of the annual WMPG Beg-A-Thon
This week we'll find out what Rippleffect is up to this fall and we'll go to Waterville for the Open House of the Learning Disabilities Association of Maine. We'll also find out about a wellness program for people with chronic illness.
This week we'll tour the new Bayside Trail and attend the Veteran's for Peace national convention. We'll also meet the new Director of Learning Disabilities Association of Maine and find out about WMPG's upcoming Dance Cruise on Casco Bay.
This edition covers the cruise ship season, a project between the Center for Grieving Children and Sesame Street, the multicultural health fair, Portland Trails' Kick Off for Trail to Ale and more.
This edition includes the opening of the renovation downtown Portland Public Library, Dr. Wendy Wolf speaking about Health Care Reform, an afterschool program involving the Portland Museum of Art and much more.
News about Greater Portland's non-profit organizations. Hear about the open house at WMPG's show Blunt Radio. Also, get the scoop on the Portland Boxing Club's participation in the New England Championship from President Bobby Russo.
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