A previous version of this story referenced the Northern Timberland Cruisers Snowmobile Club. It is the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club.
An earlier version of this story carried an incorrect headline. Orono is sending, not selling, sludge to Juniper Ridge.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified Great Ponds as 10,000 acres or larger. They are 10 acres or larger.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that Moore’s criminal history in Maine dated to 1985. The correct year is 2001.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified the man found dead in Garland. The man was not James Neal of Garland, but Daniel Neal of Dover-Foxcroft.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified the town’s attorney. He is William Kelly.
An earlier version of this story reported that Michael Watson was a selectman. He is not a selectman, but a resident of Cambridge.
An earlier version of this story requires correction. Brascan, not Brookfield, bought the East Millinocket and Millinocket paper mills in 2003, not 2001, and then sold them to Cate Street in 2011. Cate Street has since 2012 received more than $142 million, not $225 million, in tax breaks and state loan guarantees for its East Millinocket mill, its Millinocket industrial park and its plans to launch torrefied wood production facilities.
An earlier version of the story reported that Lawrence Moody is 62. He is 63.
Due to a production error, page A3 of Friday’s paper contained incorrect results for the daily poll question.
The question reads: “Would you vote in favor of outlawing the hunting of bears over bait, with hounds or with traps if the question is on the November ballot?”
We printed that 71 percent of 587 respondents voted yes, and 29 percent voted no. That is backwards -- in fact, 29 percent voted yes, and 71 percent voted no.
We understand this affects public perception of the issue, and we regret the error.
An earlier version of this story misidentified the accused boy's defense attorney. He was Jeffrey Davidson, not Glenn Davis. Judge David Mitchell was also misidentified as a Washington County Superior Court judge. He is a District Court judge.
A previous version of this story said Acadia National Park lost $24 million in visitor spending from the 16-day federal government shutdown. The park reportedly lost $16 million.
An earlier version of this story requires correction. Mrs. Souweine's first name is spelled "Ruth," not "Routh," as it was previously written.
An earlier version of this report incorrectly identified the Rhode Island fisherman as Rodney Sykes. His name is Rodman Sykes.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said that Rep. Drew Gattine is from Portland. He is from Westbrook.
An earlier version of this story reported Danny Howard's age as 63. It is 64.
An earlier version of this story carried an incorrect headline. Downeast Correctional Facility is in Machiasport, not Machias.
A previous version of this story contained errors. The injured worker was a subcontractor, not an employee of Old Town Fuel and Fiber. The extent of his injuries was not reported. The man was trapped at one time but was freed before firefighters arrived at the scene.
A previous version of this story erroneously switched the name of the suspect and the name of the arresting officer in referring to the act of Officer Dana Gatcomb taking David Bowden into custody, and misidentified Katrina Price as Katrina Pierce.
A previous version of this story contained an error. Swimming events at the championship meet were measured in yards.