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Bangor’s Manna Ministries says it needs $9,000 to keep operating

An earlier version of this story contained an incorrect phone number for Manna. The correct number is 207-990-2870.

Former nursing home aide gets 45 days for assault on patient

An earlier version of this story reported that Sara Comtois began serving her sentence on March 27. It was Feb. 27.

German shepherd to become newest patrol dog for Bangor Police Department

An earlier version of this story said Aki comes to the department at a cost of $8,000, not including training and care. Aki cost $1,000, not including training and care.

After race, Can-Am musher greeted by litter of 7 new sled puppies

A previous version of this story misspelled the names of dogs Wicked and Gage.

Bangor team headed to D.C. after winning Maine Regional Science Bowl

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Isaac Robinson is a senior. He is a junior.

Windham man allegedly sold cyanide to British man for $250 per gram

A previous version of this report stated that in November 2012 Andrew Denton of Hull, England, allegedly paid Sidney “Skip”Kilmartin $250 for an ounce of cyanide. The alleged amount was a gram.

NASA spacecraft approaches Pluto at last

Last month, when answering the question of why it is colder in January when we are closer to the Sun, incorrect figures were inadvertently given. They should have been, based on an AU of 93 million miles, as follows: Perihelion (Jan. 4, 2014) 0.9833 AU, and Aphelion (July 4, 2014) 1.01682 AU. The difference figures out to roughly 3,117,360 miles which is negligible. The reason we are colder in January is that the northern hemisphere is tilted more away from the Sun’s rays.

Lubec teacher to appeal decision over incident with Donnie Smith

A previous version of this story erroneously stated that the superintendent decided not to renew Bousquet’s appointment as the school’s athletic director, a position she held for two years. According to Bousquet, the superintendent later changed his mind after no other teachers would accept the position.

Maine cold weather records falling as fast as temperatures themselves

An earlier version of this story incorrectly spelled Shane Levesque's name in the cutline.

More than 70 vehicles involved in I-95 pileup, 17 people taken to Bangor hospitals

A previous version of this story said the crash occurred in Etna. The crash occurred in Carmel.

More snow predicted as Maine grapples with frigid temperatures

An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified Bangor's average temperature in February.

Firewood for the needy stolen in Waldo

A previous version of this story misspelled Bob MacGregor's name and misidentified the town where the theft reportedly took place. The theft was from a lot in Waldo, not Searsmont.

Sales tax hike puts Maine at disadvantage, business groups complain

A previous version of this story stated that the tax on lodging will change from 10 percent to 8 percent under LePage’s proposal. The story should have stated the tax on auto rentals will be so reduced. The lodging tax, currently set at 8 percent, is scheduled to remain at that rate under LePage’s plan.

Boston singer Juliana Hatfield launches new tour in Portland

A previous version of this story erroneously referred to the album “Be Who You Are." The album is "Become What You Are."

From ‘hippie farmers’ to regional food supplier, Northern Girl thrives in County

A previous version of this story requires correction. LaJoie Growers LLC was incorrectly identified as LaJoie Farms, LLC in the original article.

Belfast woman accused of embezzling thousands from family business has case dismissed

A previous version of this story erroneously stated Justice Robert Murray used prosecutorial discretion to dismiss the case. Murray granted a motion to dismiss filed by the prosecutor.

High winds, blowing snow create whiteout conditions across Maine

A previous version of this story requires correction. Fred Getchell was driving to Easton, not to Eastport as previously stated.

Reverse mortgages put borrower’s heirs at risk

An earlier version of this report incorrectly identified the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage program as the Federal Housing Authority. The agency that oversees the program is the Federal Housing Administration.

Teen indicted on manslaughter charge in connection with fatal Warren crash

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Blachet spent more than five weeks at Maine Medical Center in Portland. She spent more than five months at the hospital.

Bangor police: No serious injuries in 3-car pileup

An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified who failed to yield at a stop sign.

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