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York High School athlete battling cystic fibrosis recognized by Sports Illustrated

A previous version of this story erroneously attributed it to John Pinsonnault. The writer is Jay Pinsonnault.

Portland man in critical condition after crash on I-295 in Brunswick

An earlier version of this story misspelled Christopher Doran's name.

Proposal would shield 911 call recordings to protect domestic, sexual assault victims

An earlier version of this report misspelled Sigmund Schutz’s last name.

Father, son swim to safety after lobster boat goes up in flames

A previous version of this story said that water temperature was about 43 degrees on Tuesday.

Camden man escapes before truck bursts into flames

An earlier version of this article stated that Johnny Tofani’s dog was in the truck with him, but this information had been incorrectly supplied to the BDN. Tofani's dog was not in the truck.

Susan Collins is again friend to trucking in rollback of rest rule

A previous version of this story erroneously stated that Sen. Collins raised $2.76 million overall for her successful re-election campaign this year. She raised $6,437,119.36.

Maine writers lead campaign for federal investigation of Amazon

Author Meryl Gordon’s second book was “The Phantom of Fifth Avenue: The Mysterious Life and Scandalous Death of Heiress Huguette Clark, published in May 2014. Her first book, “Mrs. Astor Regrets: The Hidden Betrayals of a Family Beyond Reproach,” appeared on a New York Times best-seller list in December 2008. Also, Richard Russo lives in Portland, not Camden.

Obamacare’s pros and cons for small businesses: The jury’s still out on the benefits

This OpEd has been corrected to clarify that the waiver of minimum participation requirements for small businesses purchasing employee insurance through the ACA marketplace lasted only until Dec. 15.

Investigation into Senate District 25 election reveals 21 votes were tallied twice during recount, likely reversing outcome again

Photo captions on a previous version of this story misidentified Maine State Police Detective David Pelletier as Doug Pelletier.

Lewiston teen dies in collision on icy road in Minot

An earlier version of this report incorrectly stated that Marcus Bennett moved to Minot from Lewiston. He recently moved from Norway to Lewiston.

Bangor Rotary says Festival of Lights parade cannot be rescheduled

An earlier version of this story misspelled Bea DesChamps name.

Milo comes together to rescue pooch from icy river

A previous version of this story incorrectly identified the Milo Animal Control Officer as Kathy Ricker.

Attorney general, secretary of state re-elected, state treasurer ousted by Legislature

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated McCabe attributed Douglass' win to relationships she made while in the Legislature. He was talking about Hayes, who won Wednesday's election.

Transgender student’s lawsuit ends with $75K award, order telling Orono schools to allow bathroom access

A previous version of this story inaccurately stated GLAD took the case on a contingency basis and omitted the name of the Portland law firm named in the order.

Aging plow truck spurs Enfield officials to consider contracting for winter roadwork

A previous version of this story listed the next Board of Selectmen’s meeting as occurring on Dec. 5. it is Dec. 15.

Brunswick man killed in Saturday night crash in Harpswell, police say speed was factor

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Lt. Donald Foss was with the Harpswell police department.

Suitors to bid Monday on Great Northern Paper mill

A previous version of this story incorrectly identified the location of Verso’s Sartell mill.

Why have Maine holiday retail sales lagged behind national figures since the recession?

An earlier version of this story had an incorrect spelling of Zeth Lundy's name.

Driver of truck that killed Waldoboro bicyclist was friend of man who died, was on his way to pick him up

The headline on a previous version of this story erroneously stated that bicyclist Jessie Hayden was from Washington.

Down East Maine producer of Kelp Krunch, Dulse seaweed products plans $1.5M expansion

A previous version of the story incorrectly stated the town of Maine Coast Sea Vegetables’ expansion. It is moving to Hancock, near the town border with Ellsworth.

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