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Monica Castellanos, partner in a consulting and communications firm, recently filed to run as a Democrat for House District 86, which covers part of Augusta.
William Waters, 32, of the Bronx, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Bangor to possession of oxycodone with the intent to distribute it.
The doses are reportedly below levels that are deemed unsafe.
Researchers find that oxytocin made volunteers less honest.
Grady Sizemore hits a home run in his first game for Boston, but the Sox go 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position.
The state was frustrated by federal delays dealing with radioactive waste at a former weapons plant.
Gov. Jay Inslee asks for federal aid for housing, funerals, counseling and more.
Police say the boxes were stolen from a cave near Jerusalem.
Research boosts hopes that weight-loss surgery can put some patients’ diabetes into remission.
Six nonprofits want to replace the contractor that has been blamed for missed MaineCare rides.
The department invites comment at a public hearing Tuesday on a plan to improve the busy intersection of Route 114 and Running Hill Road.
Health navigators report a surge of calls and appointments as individuals try to get their applications in the pipeline.
The jobs in the Freeport stores are part of the company’s routine ramp-up for the summer season.
The hiring is part of an effort to add 330 employees throughout New England.
Carroll Freemont Pennell collected federal disability benefits while earning a salary at the former Word of God Fellowship Church.
School bus drivers to discuss extent of responsibilities / Maine outdoor recreation to get more than $11 million / Man charged with drunken driving in Turnpike crash ... and more news from around the state.
Fire investigators say the cause is not known but is likely related to warming apparatus in a barn.
She says $14 million in 2013 transactions outside Maine show why legislators ought to pass the governor’s reform proposals.
Builders say they’re on schedule as they face a tight deadline to deliver the contentious building.