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The plan calls for 62 turbines in Somerset and Piscataquis counties.
Republicans say the bill to restore $40 million in revenue sharing puts politics over sound fiscal policy, but most join Democrats to support it.
Maine’s representatives join other Democrats in voting for the bill and avoiding another fiscal crisis.
The first-in-the-nation training program will help bank and credit union staffers stop exploitation that targets seniors.
The bill would amend the Maine Constitution to give cities and towns the option of allowing in-person voting before Election Day, but it looks like it will fall short of passage.
Environmental officials find no evidence of chemical contamination outside the ball bearing factory as a result of the Monday’s blast.
After 15 months of work, the civic center will reopen this weekend to host a home and garden show.
American favorite falls to Swiss rider after dropping out of slopestyle event to focus on half pipe.
Obama made the remarks at a joint news conference with French President Francois Hollande, a key partner in both the Syrian and Iranian efforts.
It’s the first singles luge medal ever for a US slider.
Taking his place in Sochi will be “Today” anchor Matt Lauer.
158,379 drivers have violated Maine's drunken driving laws in the past 30 years — over a quarter of whom have been repeat offenders. Of that total, 47,581 drivers (the inner circle of the pie chart below) have offended in the past 10 years.
Maine lawmakers have submitted emergency legislation to roll back an outdated law that makes it illegal for bars and restaurants to post the alcohol content of beers they sell. Read more at MaineToday.com
He says there’s not enough support for a plan to tie the hike to the reversal of military pension cuts.
Two crashes in Yarmouth and one in Falmouth this morning led to delays in southbound traffic.
Among her many diplomatic roles, she was ambassador to Czechoslovakia during the historic days when the Iron Curtain fell.
Mallinckrodt LLC is appealing an order to spend an estimated $250 million on contamination from the former HoltraChem Manufacturing Co. plant on banks of the Penobscot River.
Westminster was just the latest win for Kelso, a border collie trained by a college student from Cape Elizabeth.
The talented and adorable entertainer was America’s top box-office draw from 1935 to 1938, a record no other child star has come near.