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Bahman Habibi, 28, stored the gun in his home after it was used by another man in a bank robbery and convenience store robbery.
The discount bookstore had a 30-year run, but sales dropped off in recent years as online buying grew.
Northwestern University plans to appeal the decision made in a case brought by their football players.
The preliminary finding deals a blow to activists who say the technology harms humans. They have until April 11 to appeal the report.
The weeklong inaugural event will promote the state as a vibrant place to start a business.
David Smith, a farmer known for his kindness, is flooded with offers of help as he tries to reopen his heavily damaged cabinet shop in Gorham.
Former Maine coach Roy Sommer of the Worcester Sharks sets an AHL record by coaching his 1,275th game.
It's unfortunate politicians make false claims, but making a government agency the 'truth police' is a bigger threat to democracy, the ACLU says.
The Legislature is likely to pass the amended versions, but most Republicans and LePage object to them and vetoes are likely.
The bill, proposed by a Portland legislator, would require a study of the university system’s finances before any cuts are made.
Maine residents are signing up at fast pace in the final week.
A blaze in New Gloucester is the fourth local fire within three days.
Central Maine Power reported more than 3,400 power outages Wednesday night, with most of those located in Cumberland and Kennebec counties.
Maine woman, 28, dies when vehicle goes off road / Man fined for groping officer at Cascade Falls Park / Bangor man, 25, charged with murder in babysitting death ... and more news from around the state.
He decried violence and warned of the perils of nuclear war in his 1982 best seller, 'The Fate of the Earth.'
Its related medical services in North Adams will also fold, stranding 530 workers and thousands of patients.
Numerous kinds of safety checks were either not done or not documented by the Department of Children and Families.
Jim Reams was suspended in November over allegations including sexual harassment.
Big Apple leaders will consider joining other cities in efforts to reduce waste and litter. Portland, Maine, is examining a similar fee.