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Police hope for tips from the public after providing a portion of a 911 call and specifics about the truck that ran Timothy Davison off the road in January.
They are told to pay $31,200 for code violations, but say they have paid taxes on the structures for almost 20 years.
Formerly Maine Aviation Corp., the company turns its attention to the luxury aircraft market.
The trustee for the Maine-based company blamed for the Lac-Megantic tragedy says the legal team is not following the court’s rules.
The president seeks fast-track authority to approve trade deals, powers that Democrats have historically opposed.
The bill, L.D. 1606, would direct the state to sell four former AMHI group homes to a nonprofit organization.
Saying the contract bid was posted without leadership awareness, the agency cancels the proposal.
Research suggests that viruses travel from honeybees to their bumblebee cousins.
Files show that a cardinal had shielded priests and ordered evidence withheld from police.
Pregnancy specialists say too many C-sections are done because labor is progressing too slowly.
The Homeland Security Department reiterates that liquids, shoes and cosmetics are of concern.
Doctors urge the unvaccinated to get a flu shot immediately.
The new president’s Cabinet is seeking input on the problem from international scholars.
The two are in the Mideast to focus on U.S. humanitarian aid to Lebanon to deal with the influx of refugees from Syria.
Vermont has at least 57 unsolved homicides and more than 30 inactive missing person cases dating to 1946.
The 10 nominees in each category will be narrowed to three and announced after the high school tournaments.
Amid concerns over intrusiveness, more context may be added to queries about where a child was conceived or why a parent left a home.
The Cavaliers pull away in the fourth quarter, securing a spot in the regional final.
The new mental health unit at Riverview, though, only solves a small portion of bed availability problems.
Boston College, which had lost five straight, rallied from a 13-point second-half deficit to pull off the improbable upset.