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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
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Experts say long-gone viruses could re-emerge because of mining and drilling in cold climates.
The NBA MVP made 22 of his 33 field-goal tries, becoming just the third player in the past 25 years to take that many shots and make at least two-thirds of them.
Some gain, some lose in the president’s proposal.
Maple syrup producers are waiting for warmer temperatures to arrive before tapping trees.
Students get a unique perspective on a disease they’re likely to encounter during their careers, and patients get a chance to stay socially engaged before their illness eventually robs their minds.
But it rejects a second online school and a charter school accused of ‘lying’ on its application.
The fifth-grader said he was ‘just playing around. People play around like this a lot at my school.’
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport broke a 141-year-old record low temperature, reaching 4 degrees.
Suzanne Joyce filed a legal notice of claim against the city, saying she was wrongfully accused of hindering a police investigation of a former employee.
Eugenia Lebares, a lifelong member of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church and helped organize the popular event.
The goal is to make sure no new trash will be left on the mountain, which has earned the nickname ‘the world’s highest garbage dump.’
A CDC report says ‘problem prescribers’ are the source for many chronic users.
A community forum was held to discuss the overturned suspensions of Westbrook High School student-athletes.
The show features 14 elaborate garden exhibits and more than 100 vendors, including one garden with model trains running through it.
The loonie, now down to 90 U.S. cents, is expected to fall to 85 cents this year, making Maine goods and vacations more expensive for Canadians.
It was not clear what the West could do to make Russia retreat. Russia appears to believe the war-tired U.S. and Europe have no interest in military intervention.
The men and women will play in the NCAA Division III tournaments Friday night.
The three candidates for governor wade in on expanding online educational opportunities in Maine