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Northern Maine has the highest average heating oil price for the week.
The executive actions are part of his drive to act on his own when Congress stalls on his policy initiatives.
A DHHS spokesman says the administration is preparing to launch a pilot project to include photo IDs on electronic benefit transfer cards.
The share of mothers who do not work outside the home rose to 29 percent in 2012, with a weak economy and immigrant mothers playing a major factor.
The virus doesn’t affect humans, but U.S. pork production could decline about 7 percent this year because of the illness.
The proprietor of Maine Craft Distilling in Portland uses Maine products to foster growth in the agricultural community – and continues the city's storied history of spirits making.
The National Weather Service had warned to be on the watch for localized flooding in parts of Maine, but no serious problems are reported so far.
Today’s testimony marked the first time he has spoken publicly on the details of the fatal shooting.
The 125-foot Spirit of Massachusetts will be towed along Commercial Street to the new Portland Yacht Services shipyard Wednesday.
The men’s team is expected to return to the Storrs campus for a rally at about 5 p.m. today, followed by a student viewing of the women’s championship game.
He’s particularly focused on liberal priorities such as economic inequality and global warming.
It’s the largest grant in school history and will be used to create a new Open Studio Residency program.
Douglas Glidden, 25, of Jay is facing charges including OUI and theft by unauthorized taking or transfer – and possession of a usable amount of marijuana.
The nation’s largest cable company also pledges to treat all Internet content equally for new customers and expand a program offering Web access to poor families.
Mark your calendars, sky watchers: In one week, a total lunar eclipse will turn the moon an eerie shade of red.
Dan Reardon, who is also a staffer for Sen. King, admits to inappropriately passing a note between inmates.
Fire officials say the collapsing shelves created a cascading effect, burying people under piles of merchandise.
Police were looking for multiple people wearing black hooded sweatshirts who were in the area at the time.