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Jonesport-Beals coach Ordman Alley yells to his players during a basketball game in this February 2003 file photo.

Sexual abuse allegations preceded Ordman Alley’s ouster from Maine sports halls of fame

2 hours ago BANGOR, Maine — Allegations of sexual abuse against famed Jonesport-Beals High School basketball coach Ordman Alley precipitated his recent removal from two Maine athletic halls …
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Bucksport woman’s extreme ALS Ice Bucket Challenge brings in more than $1,600

It’s one thing to dump a single bucket of water on your head and donate. It’s another to dump more than 160 buckets of ice …
Plenty of noise is made as people celebrate National Acadian Day during Tintamarre on Aug. 15 in Madawaska.

‘An overwhelming success’: World Acadian Congress wraps up, organizers already looking at lasting economic impacts

FORT KENT, Maine — The 2014 World Acadian Congress wraps up this weekend, but organizers are determined the economic and cultural impacts will continue long …

Service to 911 in Brunswick from Verizon Wireless phones restored

BRUNSWICK, Maine — Service from Verizon Wireless phones to 911 …

Renovations at Brewer High School delay first day of school to Sept. 2

2 hours ago BREWER, Maine — Renovations at Brewer High School will delay …
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Narcoleptic driver causes concern for Ellsworth police

ELLSWORTH, Maine — Local police have been contacted more than …
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How to help a teen with low self-esteem

Q. My daughter gets so angry and frustrated with her …

US hostage rescuers dropped from night sky, Syria activist says

BEIRUT — It was just after midnight July 4 when …

Obama administration moves toward new rule on contraceptives

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Friday moved to enact …

Alabama teacher suspended after 6th graders re-enact Missouri shooting

An Alabama teacher was suspended after her sixth-grade students re-enacted …

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Plenty of noise is made as people celebrate National Acadian Day during Tintamarre on Aug. 15 in Madawaska.

‘An overwhelming success’: World Acadian Congress wraps up, organizers already looking at lasting economic impacts

FORT KENT, Maine — The 2014 World Acadian Congress wraps up this weekend, but organizers are determined the economic and cultural impacts will continue long …

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