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Logs are loaded on to a truck in Blue Hill, Oct. 9, 2014.

Maine paper mills to get bulk of $3M in aid from carbon auction cash

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Maine paper makers will get more than half of a new $3 million fund to give special energy cost rebates to large Maine manufacturers connected to the New England power grid.

Does the spirit of a late priest still dwell in his Brewer church?

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Whispers of this haunting began after Thomas Moriarty’s death and continue to intrigue the church’s parishioners and local residents to this day.
Officer Daniel Knight, who has policed Portland's Bayside neighborhood for nearly a decade, strides up Oxford Street in this August 2016 file photo.

Portland is considering allowing homeless shelters to open across the city

Officials are saying that Portland’s most vulnerable would be better served by smaller shelters spread throughout the city.

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Maine men who sold more than 60,000 doses of bath salts sentenced to federal prison

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Judge John Woodcock described the men as “major figures in a significant bath salts distribution ring.”

UMaine System trustees push forward proposed Portland graduate center

Trustees unanimously backed an 80-page business plan for the center during a special meeting at University College Center in East Millinocket.

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