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Updated: 5 weeks 3 days ago
But it’s inevitable, says one observer, that for football and sports in general ‘it’s an image that will last.’
The 'Top 40' DJ, who has Parkinson's disease, has allegedly been moved out of the United States by his wife, and his children can't find him.
International officials say the government refused immediate offers of help.
Over the next 100 years, the melt could eventually add 4 to 12 feet to current sea levels.
The former bank executive is accused of spending bank money at gentlemen's clubs.
The town referendum calls for 7.6 percent increase over current spending.
The simulation was intended to train workers on how to deal with the situation if someone were to fall from scaffolding.
Tony Bernard walked a tough road before becoming one of many to get a diploma through adult ed classes.
The restrictions stem from a 2012 law and target certain types of businesses, including liquor stores and casinos.
One child is evaluated by an optometrist who determines the baby has not been blinded.
This is the first video evidence of the girls and young women since more than 300 were kidnapped from a northeastern school in the pre-dawn hours of April 15.
A widespread assessment practice that slashes the tax bill on adjacent lots with the same owner is illegal and unfair, Scarborough lawsuits say.
A Saco teen says his high-tech haven offers a social setting that adds a layer of fun for video sports fans.
They ask to join Russia but there is no immediate response from the Kremlin.
USM is seeded behind only Eastern Connecticut; St. Joseph's College earns the sixth seed.
The Department of Justice has said that prosecuting marijuana patients isn’t a priority, but it has reserved the right to target operations that don’t follow state law or have ties to organized crime.
Average gas prices are still 18.6 cents a gallon higher than they were one year ago.
Burn victim in critical condition / Man with knife robs pair at bank / Fundraiser for Parents of Murdered Children ... and other news from around Maine
Maine communities in flood plains are seeing insurance rates spike as much as 10 times, hampering sales.
The eagle did not have any obvious injuries, but experts suspect it is suffering from lead poisoning and possibly poisoning from other toxins.