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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
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There’s more to obtaining an autograph from a Major League Baseball player than one would think.
The nearly $1 million contract has been assailed as a political document used to justify the governor’s welfare policies.
Frustrated relatives of passengers on Flight 370 march on the Malaysian Embassy in Beijing.
Some equipment used for making cabinets and furniture survives a blaze that destroyed large sections of a building used by Town & Country Cabinets for decades.
Foes say increasing the harvest to help Mainers heat their homes is the wrong solution to a real problem.
As the official death toll rises to16, searchers are still 'hoping for that miracle.'
A key reason for the decline to 6.2 percent in January is slow labor-force growth, which is bad for economic vitality and attracting business, Charles Colgan says.
The charge against Benjamin Hartwell comes two years after another councilor was arrested on the same charge.
The ladies have been showing their patriotism every Tuesday since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists attacks, and also have won many fans.
Suspect turns himself in after bungled Falmouth burglary / Bath's longtime fire chief stepping down / Police say local man tried to choke girlfriend ... and more news from around the state.
The former manager of two Chinese restaurants in Waterville is sentenced for immigration, money laundering and tax offenses.
Deep divisions resurface in speeches on terrorism, Syria’s civil war and more.
The new ferry service will cost as little as $79 for a one-way ticket; service begins on May 15.
Cruise ships must address any safety problems identified by the Coast Guard before they can allow passengers to board at U.S. ports.
They join two districts as defendants in a novel ruling that could broaden who is accountable for harassment.
Grady Sizemore, attempting a comeback after two injury-plagued seasons, is battling Jackie Bradley for Boston’s center-field position.
Officials warn of increased homelessness if the state doesn’t follow its legal duty to fund programs.
The new permitting layer targets pollution and Clean Water Act issues.
John McHugh could bust Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair down in rank, affecting his pension.