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The breed has now won a record 14 times at the competition.
Longtime newsman has multiple myeloma but doctors are optimistic about his treatment.
The Legislature repealed capital punishment in 2000, but the bill was vetoed by the governor.
News conference planned for Portland Wednesday.
The teens will sing 'I Want to Know What Love Is' with a band many of their parents love.
The delicacy by the Ducktrap company in Belfast is served as an appetizer at a dinner for French leader Francois Hollande.
The bill would require certain schools to offer a federal program, which reimburses districts for the cost of food.
The arson aboard the Miami caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage, prompting the Navy to scrap the nuclear-powered sub.
The bill to expand in-person voting before Election Day would require a constitutional amendment, which must first be approved by voters.
The traditional airing of high school basketball battles for a Gold Ball trophy were at risk before Time Warner and the civic center resolved their dispute.
A bill now before lawmakers would give Maine’s union workers no more than what their contracts say they have coming.
A woman whose car was crushed between a gasoline tanker truck and a pickup in South Portland escapes serious injury.
Doreen McCann ran a dance studio and organized shows on the island.
Loyal customers lament the departure of owner Dick Aronson, 78, and his family-run company.
The Planning Board wants more time to consider the more ambitious proposal’s impact on traffic.
President Obama declares an emergency as up to three-quarters of an inch is expected.
Bad weather is blamed for the crash of the transport craft, which one person survived.
The attorney general says 5.8 million Americans are denied the chance to vote by their states.
Their stress levels tend to drop in summer but several factors can worry teens.
The FDA eases testing requirements on flibanserin, which would be the first drug approved to treat low sexual desire in females.