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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
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Meanwhile, the toll of the expired extended benefits on states is mounting.
The production facility is leaving the South Portland armory in April.
Boston breaks a 2-2 tie by scoring two quick goals late in the third period to beat the Flyers.
Jim and Allison Lattanzi plan to provide lots of ‘clean food’ to the community as they add to their farmland.
Police are investigating the Saturday morning accident on Post Road that killed Scott L. Moulton, 58.
Officials say the group intended to mount a grab for power in the Luhansk province on April 10.
The operation was discovered during a search in an unrelated investigation.
Fans will get a chance to play a skyscraper-sized version of the classic video game, which will soon be celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Students at the University of Southern Maine’s theatre department will perform the operetta from April 18 to 27 at the Gorham campus.
The online system allows residents to obtain burn permits at any time as long as the fire danger is not high.
Participants in the first Maine Bagger contest in September will be judged on technique, style and speed as they compete to stock bags with grocery store items.
The state’s $25,000 aggregate cap on donations to Maine candidates and committees may now be unconstitutional.
A Scarborough man admits to the vandalism in South Portland after a months-long investigation, police say.
A TD Bank customer spots a suspicious man who police say was stuffing a plastic bag full of cash.
The Senate will vote on Gov. Paul LePage’s welfare proposals on Monday.
General Motors’ new CEO testifies to Congress about a 10-year delay in fixing a fatal defect.
A disagreement over paperwork sparked the shooter’s fury, ending in four deaths, officials say.
A New York marketing consultant gives the picturesque area a brand that local people say feels authentic.
Car owners get mixed signals about whether their Cobalts are included in the recall.
Just about every woodsman event – ranging from the pole climb to wood sawing and chopping – is a necessary method of work for logging and lumber occupations.