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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.
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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.
Marlon Cloutier, 48, was sentenced Monday to two years in prison followed by four years of supervised release.
The Amy Buxton Pet Pantry hopes to memorialize its namesake by caring for animals in need.
Ehud Olmert was charged for acts committed years before he became prime minister.
The brothers were born 30 minutes apart in Waterville. They dressed the same, ate the same types of foods and once lived less than 60 feet from each other.
Police say the boxes were stolen from a cave near Jerusalem with the intent of being sold to collectors.
GM knew for years that the switches were defective, but didn’t start recalling them until February.
The price is often about a third of the cost in the U.S., but American officials say several U.S. citizens have suffered serious complications or died.
Tess Perry, 25, was hit by a car that slid on an icy road Sunday morning.
A flood watch is posted after Down East gets 2 inches of rain, while northern Aroostook County gets up to a foot of snow.
Authorities say hip-hop rapper Ray Benzino was shot by his nephew Saturday when Benzino came upon his mother’s funeral procession.
Among the items for sale are 800 highly sophisticated armored vehicles that the military considers too costly to ship back home.
But Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel says ‘tens of thousands’ of troops remain along the border.
Diet sodas are falling at a faster rate than their regular counterparts, a trend attributed to consumers’ worries about artificial sweeteners.