A 2.4-magnitude earthquake moved through parts of Maine Tuesday morning, just west of Hollis Center, the same area shaken by the 4.0-magnitude quake felt by New Englanders as far south as Taunton less than two months ago. The small quake hit the area around 6:11 a.m., according to the US Geological Survey. The epicenter was located in Waterboro, Maine, said John Ebel, a seismologist and director of Boston College’s Weston Observatory.
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