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But the ferry operator insists it’s still planning a May 1 launch.
The flight with 239 aboard was on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it lost contact.
Struggling Boston surprises Brooklyn and halts the Nets’ four-game winning streak.
Agents from the Maine DEA seize heroin, cash and marijuana in a raid on Bucksport Road.
The arrests in Aroostook County result in the seizure of bath salts worth about $800,000 and $40,000 in cash.
Century Casinos will provide table games and 70 slot machines on the ferry that will run between Portland and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
However, guards and prisoner advocates say the officials’ claims aren’t true, that changes have made the prisons less safe.
Brookfield Energy Group says it can work out a deal with Great Northern without the state’s help.
The Black Bears fall to Hartford 63-62 in OT in the quarterfinals of the America East tournament.
Meanwhile, about 100 Ukrainian troops barricade themselves inside a base to resist Russian forces.
With record profits and sales up 3 percent, the Freeport-based retailer also gave 8 percent bonuses to employees.
A video released by Maine State Police shows Trooper Doug Cropper using his vehicle to intentionally cause a crash to stop a wrong-way driver on June 29.
A 72-year-old from Falmouth was cited after he drove the wrong way Wednesday, striking another car head-on, police say.
John Merchberger III allegedly admits to agents at his Dayton home that he had collected more than 1 million images of children, some nude.
Five charged with selling bath salts / Nebraska man sentenced for sex abuse of Maine girl / House will vote on proposal to change wind-power goals ... and more news from around the state.
Barking dogs alerted the East Madison homeowner and her boyfriend as they were watching television.
A monthlong investigation in central Maine leads authorities to a motel in Waterville.
The attorney general’s office is allowed to handle the appeal of the state’s only death row inmate.
The theory is that the Kremlin was intent on sowing mayhem as a pretext for military incursion.
The woman is charged with attempted murder for driving her minivan into the ocean at Daytona Beach.