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The gubernatorial candidate outlines 21 priority areas.
The shutdown happened shortly before 12:30 a.m. when an electrical problem knocked the plant’s reactor coolant pumps out of service. Backup pumps safely cooled and shut down the reactor.
Despite the rise of e-books and Amazon.com, independent shops like Sherman’s Books and Stationery are thriving.
The company that hopes to establish another virtual school in Maine lays out its case for reconsideration.
Three charter commission members agree the proposal should get another chance, and a decision could come Tuesday.
A U.S. Forest ranger says eight skiers nearby saw the avalanche, but no one was injured.
Gazprom says the decision to charge a higher price was made because Ukraine has failed to pay off its debt for past supplies, which now stands at $1.7 billion.
Police say Dylan Thorner had inappropriate computer conversations with the minor after meeting her through a mutual friend.
The report describes the challenges facing African-American children especially as ‘a national crisis.’
The 550-foot High Roller is expected to be the tallest in the world until planned Ferris-style wheels are completed in coming years in New York and Dubai.
The company’s stock has more than doubled in value during the past year.
The driver of the other vehicle was taken to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.
Authorities say Anatoliy Baranovich, 47, yelled in Russian that a wing had caught fire and tried to pry open the rear door, damaging the aircraft.
Officials are watching harvest numbers, as one Mainer found out when he hid some of his $770,000 income.
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.