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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
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Fears of another referendum on independence from Canada could have motivated voters.
Man charged with multiple sex crimes against boys / Driver in double-fatality had suspended license / Senate rejects LePage’s welfare-reduction idea ... and more news from around the state.
The cuts come in response to a $36 million funding shortfall in the University of Maine System.
The vote follows two hours of public comments on the proposed shelter for Amtrak Downeaster trains.
Patrick Curley admits to falsely alleging a job-for-sex offer.
Michael Gagnon is accused of assaulting the teenager during school hours, at his home and a Bangor motel.
Target’s difficulties expose the challenges of doing business in Canada that have bedeviled other retailers.
DNA testing confirms that remains found in France were mistakenly buried with the enemy.
Addison Yeaw, 58, was killed when the garage roof collapsed from the weight of four feet of snow.
Officials say homeless patients will be able to get care at a nonprofit health center as a city clinic scales back services starting next week.
The justices reject the New Mexico photographer’s argument that doing business with gay people would violate her religious beliefs.
Confirmation that the signals picked up belong to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370’s black boxes could take days, but the discovery offers the ‘most promising lead’ yet.
The drivers of both vehicles died the crash.
The Maine independent criticizes Cheney's endorsement of the Bush-era use of waterboarding.
Virgin America is rated the best U.S. airlines, while Delta earns the highest score among the ‘Big Four.’
Farmington Village has gone from running a part of the town to controlling a water district.
The advisory council will help the state establish criteria for prioritizing possible routes.
A Pittston man is accused of using a knife to threaten a neighbor’s family and sending threatening text messages.
The Kaufmans had started across the Pacific in their 36-foot sailboat when the baby girl developed a fever and rash and wasn’t responding to medications.
The SUVs were originally sold or registered in Maine and 19 other states and Washington, D.C., where salt is used to clear snow and ice from roads.