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Christina Mailhot, 35, says she stays inside her apartment to avoid being teased.
'Respect things that are out of your control,' advises Renee Berry-Huffman of South Portland.
As the city assesses its infrastructure and barriers both physical and emotional, we spend a day in the shoes of those with their own limitations to overcome. Here are their stories.
Boston tops Buffalo 4-1 as David Krejci scores two goals.
Buxton woman bound during burglary / Bath man arrested after manhunt / Fire destroys mobile home ... and more news from around Maine
Carlos Beltran, Alfonso Soriano and Kelly Johnson also connected as the Yankees scored all their runs on homers.
Twenty-year-old Jordan Spieth is making quite a bid to become golf’s youngest major champion in more than 80 years.
Victims of the Boston Marathon bombings face the reality of lifelong challenges with grit, support and tears.
Ryan Malone is charged with DUI and possession of cocaine.
Portland scores six runs in the sixth inning to beat New Britain.
Some fear the county’s loss of veto power if the state reasserts authority over 15 county jails.
The company blames the ongoing dispute with a private dam operator for falling behind on its bills.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the condition of the truck before the collision that killed 10.
Police also have interviewed dozens of people in an effort to identify suspects in four fires Thursday morning.
One suspect denies doing anything wrong and says, ‘These girls are like my family.’
The woman arrived home Friday night to find three people inside, police say.
Patrick Ridley, 28, is caught Friday night in Brunswick.
The Donetsk police chief says on national television that he was forced to offer his resignation.
Dr. Salomon Melgen received more than any other doctor – nearly $21 million – from Medicare.
State and U.S. legislators are concerned that consumers are paying for fresh and local but getting old and imported.