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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
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A basketball coaches organization says the tweet was ‘flagrant unsportsmanlike conduct.’
The governor’s proposal could save $3.7 million but leaves bigger municipalities to pick up the tab.
Portland is among the cities that stand to lose if the state changes its rates.
He will, however, lose any means to maul again in a court victory for animal rights groups who waged an online battle to save him.
The city’s message: If you’re thinking of traveling with a gun, just leave it at home.
Hasbro has noticed that nearly 70 percent of game-players have never actually read the rules. Here are some new ones under consideration . . .
Police go to the scene on the Route 1 Bypass, but say there is nothing suspicious about the death.
The car carrying the ‘Fast & Furious’ star was going about 90 mph when it slammed into a pole holding a 45 mph speed limit sign.
The warden and biologists from the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife also took Georgette Curran’s squirrel and blue jay.
Ibragim Todashev was fatally shot by an FBI agent in May just moments after he had agreed to give a statement.
The trial is adjourned until Friday so that the Olympian’s lawyer can prepare his case. The prosecution rested Tuesday.
The suspect, a civilian, is shot dead after killing a sailor aboard the USS Mahan, a guided-missile destroyer.
The three-alarm fire Monday morning at 38 Columbia Road destroyed the house.
A Hodgdon man is charged and a 17-year-old girl is turned over to the custody of her mother.
Police had distributed photos of Christopher Girard, who is believed to be one of three men who were interrupted while burglarizing the home.
Schilling and his wife bought the home from former New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe in 2004.
Planned Parenthood claimed that losing the money amounted to a violation of free-speech rights for associating with abortion providers.
Democrats object to several of the measures, including an end to job-training assistance for low-income parents who pursue two- or four-year college degrees.
Landscapers, disc-golfers, garden clubs and Little League teams bemoan the delay of warmer weather, as low temperatures break records and a storm threatens more snow.
Dr. Joseph Fitzpatrick is currently the Deptartment of Corrections’ clinical director and associate commissioner for juvenile services.