Friday, December 6, 2013
The state is investigating the data breach by contractor JPMorgan Chase, which waited nearly three months to notify officials.
He can't think of anything to say and still gets 25,000 followers in the first 15 minutes.
On a day of protests in 200 cities, a report says the state’s minimum wage is far short of a livable level.
Report finds highest number of Maine jobs available in health care, social work
Four straight months of robust hiring have raised hopes that the economy is beginning to surge.
Maine's poorest county has struggled for years, and some wonder whether the FreeME proposal from the Maine Heritage Policy Center is the answer to overcoming poverty and boosting population.
From The Guardian: State conservative groups plan US-wide assault on education, health and tax
Emotional celebrations ahead of a Tuesday memorial service and a Dec. 15 funeral attest to the impact of the anti-apartheid leader.
Mandela’s fight influenced Maine leaders
Special section: The life of Nelson Mandela
SLIDESHOW: Images of Apartheid
South Africa still struggling to fulfill Mandela’s hopes, dreams
Advocates meet in Canada to advance a plan for the ‘hotel’ passenger service, which would include stops in Portland and elsewhere in Maine.
Kathy Mattingly, 57, awaits sentencing after making the $18,000 payment as part of her guilty plea.
The people-powered transportation works for schlepping kids to school, hauling groceries or running errands, advocates say.
Fifteen-year-old Abigail Hernandez of North Conway was last seen Oct. 9 after leaving high school.
Missing N.H. teen was in contact with mother
In a hockey game, this would be known as getting blindsided.
Civic center attracts would-be trustees, controversy
Robert Harvey, 75, apparently lost consciousness and drove off the road into a tree, police say.
Agents conducted undercover purchases from Macarthur Taylor, including several in designated drug-free zones near schools, the Maine DEA says.
When Dylan first performed with it in 1965, it marked his shift away from acoustic music to amplified rock.
They must face juggernauts Germany, Ghana and Portugal and overcome a wearying 9,000-mile journey across Brazil.
Mary Mayhew should have announced plans to fix a broken ride system and a botched Portland office relocation process.
A radioactive shipment was stolen as it was being hauled by a cargo truck, likely by thieves who didn’t know what they were stealing.
Hard work for low pay in fast food? Mainers know feeling well
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