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The same pharmacy was robbed in 2012 and a nearby Bangor Savings Bank was robbed in 2013; no one has been charged in either robbery.
The Red Pepper tabloid publishes the names – and some pictures – of 'top' homosexuals, stoking fear of possible violence.
The house on Bruce Hill Road is badly damaged and uninhabitable.
Ryan and a friend have developed 10 weeks of classes for women that foster conversations and exploration about sex, gender and relationships.
Federal regulators say crude oil may no longer be shipped by tank cars that lack certain safety features.
The apparent failure of Tokyo-based Mt. Gox raises serious questions about the viability of the virtual currency.
Last year, top Pentagon officials signed an order saying women must have the same opportunities as men by January 2016.
Issues included manufacturing, immigration, Obama’s health care law and Afghanistan, among others.
It capitalizes on the surge of concern about security and privacy following last year’s revelations by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
CEO Chuck Hays says the hospital in north Augusta, which opened in November, is at full capacity 26 percent of the time.
The bill calls for a committee to determine the cost and structure of a state-run virtual academy.
L.D. 1736, sponsored by Sen. Brian Langley, R-Ellsworth, directs the Department of Education to form a committee to determine the costs and structure of a state-run academy that would afford students and school districts the benefits of online course learning. It also imposes a one-year moratorium on the licensing of virtual charter schools run by private companies.
Police are looking for a man who demanded money, then ran off.
Authorities order schools and colleges closed and ask people to stay indoors as police teams scour the city.
Leigh Saufley also asks lawmakers to support converting the court system to e-filing.
The commission advises House Speaker Mark Eves that his job at Sweetser and his advocacy of Medicaid expansion don't constitute a conflict of interest.
He says Iran sent a team to Lebanon to study strikes during the 2006 war and changed its defense plans accordingly.
Dairy farmers and ranchers can qualify for money to reseed pastures with alfalfa, clover and other plants appealing to both bees and livestock.
Companies are not only targeting the obvious high-population countries, but also see potential in Latin America and Africa.
The currency is sliding, banks are fragile and a rescue with outside lenders can’t be agreed until there’s a government.