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Construction crews began to take two football fields worth of dirt from the Presumpscot River in Westbrook on Monday after a landslide earlier this month.
The bleak milestone, recorded by Johns Hopkins University, is greater than the population of Jerusalem or Austin, Texas.
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Out of about 10,000 visitors tested for COVID-19, just 258 have tested positive, Shah said on an appearance of Maine Calling.
On Monday, police arrested two male students, aged 14 and 15, and said more students may also face charges.
The debate, hosted in Presque Isle by WAGM and Bangor-based CBS affiliate WABI, came just before Maine is set to begin early and absentee voting on Thursday.
An 8th grade class at Camden-Rockport Middle School and a dozen teachers were placed in quarantine on Monday after someone associated with the school tested positive for coronavirus.
Here’s the latest on the coronavirus and its impact in Maine.
Thayne Ormsby has spent the past decade in prison after a jury found him guilty of murder for stabbing to death Jeffrey Ryan, 55, Ryan’s son Jesse, 10, and Ryan family friend Jason Dehahn, 30.
A person was hit by an Amtrak Downeaster train headed from Boston to Brunswick after trespassing on the tracks east of Wells on Monday.
The 30-year-old man from Jaffrey kidnapped Jonathan Amerault, 25, of Keene on Sept. 19, shot him to death in a car in Rindge and hid the body at a campsite.
The tests will go out to states based on their population and can be used as governors see fit, but the administration encourages states to place a priority on schools.
BLESSING — St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church will have a traditional outdoor Blessing of the Animals service on Sunday, Oct. 4 at 10:30 a.m. to celebrate the feast day of St. […]
“Times have changed. Politics has changed. Susan Collins hasn’t changed, and that’s why she cannot meet this moment.,” Bill Wagner writes.
“This feels much more like a campaign ploy than a serious effort to lower costs and to ensure that Americans have access to needed medical care and medications,” the BDN Editorial Board writes.
SOUTH PORTLAND — Health care professionals and others are invited to attend Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s 13th annual Glickman Symposium for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry that will be held Friday, Oct. […]
The idea of a consumer-owned utility has been fiercely opposed by utility companies in the state.
People gathered along the bridge in waves Sunday, dropping off bouquets of flowers wrapped in plastic, stuffed animals and other tributes thoughtfully arranged beside a framed photo of the teen.
In all, 955 hunters headed afield on Monday, as the first of four moose permit seasons opened.