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Until this year’s harsh winter, the ice didn’t last long enough to take advantage of the all-year season approved in 2010.
They say that $55 an hour won’t cover their costs, and cite Maine spending to $333 per hour defend CDC officials.
The group tells the Seattle troop leader that it ‘has no choice’ after he said he was gay in an NBC News profile.
He claims his $425 million on April Fool’s Day because he has a healthy sense of humor.
South Portland Detective Sgt. Steve Webster has stared into the abyss of 'welfare fraud' in Maine and, trust him, it’s unbelievable.
The developer says its effort to raise money for power projects is unrelated to a court ruling setting aside its joint venture with Emera.
Discrepancies in reports of the Dec. 12 standoff about who fired first puzzle John Knudsen’s widow, however.
A new prosecution document filed Tuesday accuses Robert Evon for the first time of drug dealing in Maine; he has already pleaded guilty in New York.
Cara Stadler of Tao Yuan also was a semifinalist for a James Beard Award earlier this year.
The Melville, N.Y., 17-year-old hasn’t decided which to attend.
The Maine Children’s Alliance found that more than 4,000 cases of child abuse were substantiated in 2012. That number is up from the previous year,
The proposed online school won’t be reconsidered by the charter commission until at least May, if ever.
The four-time Masters champion had surgery Monday for a pinched nerve that had been hurting him for several months.
Robert McEvoy, LePage’s choice for a rail agency, opposes a proposed train facility in Brunswick.
The gubernatorial candidate lays out 21 priorities, including cellphone and broadband upgrades, and say borrowing is key.
The president gets his own jersey during a ceremony on the White House lawn.
Proponents say such a system would cut costs, but critics say the state can’t afford it.
Second suspect charged in string of Portland dumpster fires / Voters save one school, decide to close another / One dead, one injured in head-on crash ... and more news from around the state.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation report shows Asian and white children in advantageous positions.
The updated plan is seen – and maybe intended – more as a policy statement than achievable legislation.