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Noir at the Bar: Readings by a dozen Maine crime writers

Doctor put on probation for lying to Portland hospital

Dr. Geeta Godara was officially reprimanded “for engaging in fraud, deceit and unprofessional conduct.”
USM Big Band Ballroom Bash

USM Big Band Ballroom Bash

Ashley Bryan Presents New Book: Freedom Over Me


E2Tech Expo 2016

Molded by the Flow - A collaborative creation of theatre, music and visual art with internationally-acclaimed artists Paul Dresher & Rinde Eckert, and USM students, faculty and staff


Baker Newman Noyes

Baker Newman Noyes Promotes Eleven, Welcomes Nine New Employees in Maine

Christopher Saenz, an Ellsworth man accused of killing his wife on Christmas Day in 2013, was found guilty of depraved indifference murder by a Superior Court judge on July 6, 2015, at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor.

Maine high court upholds conviction in Christmas Day slaying

The Maine Supreme Judicial Court unanimously upheld the murder conviction of an Ellsworth man serving a 47-year sentence for killing his wife.
Portland artist Asher Woodworth, 30, poses in his downtown studio on Tuesday, Oct. 25 with evergreen boughs — similar to the ones he wore while standing in traffic in a busy city intersection the day before. Portland police arrested him for blocking traffic. He says he was doing it in the name of art.

Interview: Portland tree guy Asher Woodworth explains his ‘magical’ intentions

“I was arrested just because I was slowing down the pace of business as usual. Is it illegal to be slow?”

Spindleworks: On Common Ground

Sparkle Celebration in Freeport!

The business of death: What to know, Where to turn

UMaine System trustees push forward proposed Portland graduate center

Trustees unanimously backed an 80-page business plan for the center during a special meeting at University College Center in East Millinocket.