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After heated testimony, the City Council says it has no choice under the terms of a contractual agreement.
Both senators and both representatives call for caution in the U.S. response to Russia’s military involvement.
A legislative committee removes a provision that would have allowed Maine Correctional Center officers to shoot fleeing prisoners.
The National Park Service also reports that the 16-day closure reduced visitation during peak foliage season last October by two-thirds.
They say they suffered from the disorder before it was recognized and were discharged under other-than-honorable conditions.
The Feb. 14 beating was one of 188 assaults on workers at Long Creek since 2007.
Police report the leader of the train station rampage appears to be from a rebellious ethnic minority.
Five justices repeatedly point to the margin of error inherent in IQ and other standardized tests.
The waste is in limbo because the state’s nuclear waste dump is closed at the moment.
Six cars remain in the huge pit that swallowed them when the earth opened up last month.
The Supreme Court declines to hear appeals from communities in Pennsylvania and Texas.
The plan is to keep pressure on the socialist government to solve problems like soaring inflation and crime rates.
Voters will decide June 10 whether to reverse a City Council move to sell part of Congress Square Plaza.
Standish woman accused of stabbing one, assaulting another / Middle school principal named best in Maine / Blaze heavily damages Ellsworth bird sanctuary ... and more news from around the state.
L.L. Bean, Delivery.com and Ace Hardware are among the companies nationwide whose products are in big demand this winter.
Firefighters extinguish the blaze quickly, but the locomotive still sustains significant damage.
Despite being sponsored by two Republicans, the Democrat-supported bill can only muster a 7-5 party-line vote in committee and may struggle to win a veto-proof majority.
Les Otten is considering creating a four-season resort with expanded skiing facilities.
It was the second time this year the U.S. stock market has been roiled by developments in emerging markets.