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East Coast Snocross to kick off season with Bangor event

An earlier version of this story reported that the riders may practice on the course on Feb. 27. It is Jan. 27.

Susan Collins wants to repeal Obamacare. Replacing it is a work in progress

An earlier version of this report included the wrong party breakdown in the U.S. Senate. Republicans hold a 52-48 advantage.

Vinalhaven man dies following island crash

An earlier version of this article stated that Patrick Gasperini was taken to the mainland by helicopter. He was taken by a private chartered plane.

Bangor, Medomak Valley capture KVAC cheering titles

An earlier version of this story reported that Jordyn Summer was on the Bangor team. Summer is not on the team, but Kelsey White is on the team.

Law school dean urges MLK Day breakfast crowd to stand on side of justice

An earlier version of this story misidentified Danielle Conway's age.

Who knew? Six unexpected food finds in eastern Maine

An earlier version of this story misspelled Vazquez Mexican Food and listed its address at 28 High St. It is 38 Main St. Additionally, Nealley’s Corner Store was reported as in Newburgh with a phone number of 862-6150. Nealley’s Corner Store is in Hampden and has a phone number of 862-0097.

Battle lines form on LePage’s tax, welfare proposals

An earlier version of this report incorrectly stated that legislative hearings on the two-year budget will start this week. The hearings this week will be on Gov Paul LePage’s proposed supplemental budget for the current fiscal year.

‘Bangor Mom’ eagle found ill Thursday dies of lead poisoning

An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified Diane Winn's recommendation about which type of ammunition should be used.

Bangor pastor with ‘voice of God’ retires after 26 years

An earlier version of this story had a headline that reported that Rev. James Haddix retired after 27 years at All Souls Congregational Church. It was 26 years.

Despite murder-suicide, Maine State Police won’t reopen investigation into death of Maine pastor’s first wife

An earlier version of this story did not specify that Bristol was in Rhode Island.

Dead River set to begin new depot in Presque Isle

An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified the number of gallons of propane the facility will store.

The game’s afoot at SnowCon, Bangor’s annual tabletop gaming convention

The nature of the local round for the Iron GM competition was misstated in a previous version of this story. Additionally, an earlier version reported that ticket prices for a single day are $25. Ticket prices are $25 for Saturday, $15 for Sunday, and tickets at the door cost slightly more.

Ellsworth restaurant seeks to raise $25K online to pay overdue taxes

An earlier version of this story incorrectly indicated that the restaurant had not yet paid its 2015 property taxes.

Olympic gold medal swimmer among 2017 Maine Sports Hall of Fame inductees

This story has been updated to include an inductee who was left off the release sent on Tuesday by the Maine Sports Hall of Fame.

Brewer training sessions arm activists with tactics for curbing harassment

An earlier version of this story reported that the protest takes place on the day of Donald Trump's inauguration. It takes place the day after the inauguration.

LePage budget would cut 500 state jobs, shift Maine to flat tax by 2020

An earlier version of this report incorrectly stated that Gov. Paul LePage’s two-year budget proposal calls for depositing $55 million in Maine’s Budget Stabilization Fund. The proposal would deposit $40 million in that account.

Some Mainers will see paychecks bumped up after Saturday

A previous version of this story overstated the number of jobs starting at below $9 per hour in each county, due to an error tabulating that data.

‘The ice is very treacherous,’ Maine Game Warden warns

An earlier version of this story incorrectly said the trail groomer was owned by Sebasticook Valley Snowmobile Club. The groomer is owned by the pond’s camp association.

Union: State workers warned about layoffs ahead of LePage budget release

The headline has been updated to reflect that these were notices to employees saying the LePage administration intends to lay off workers who are still working.

FairPoint unions say they need more information about merger

A previous version of this story misstated the share of revenue Consolidated gets from its broadband service.