Sunday, March 9, 2014
Terrorism isn’t ruled out in the disappearance of a Boeing 777 with 239 people aboard.
Malaysia's air force chief: Jet may have turned back
Why Malaysia Airlines jet might have disappeared
The DHHS will make changes – including significantly expanding staff – after an internal review over its handling of reports of abuse.
The university-led venture competes with a former partner for millions of dollars and a leg up in an emerging industry.
Maine’s members of Congress lobby for wind project
When someone cares enough to give them a $500 account, they’re moved to think of their child’s future.
Teams contend with subzero temperatures and more than 250 miles of varied Aroostook County terrain in their race for the 2014 crown in Fort Kent.
Across Maine and America most people will be setting their clocks forward an hour Saturday night.
Moscow’s foreign minister ruled out any dialogue with Ukraine’s new authorities
Commissioned by the Maine Humanities Council, the one-man 30-minute play will be performed by request.
The school board could vote on a proposal as soon as Wednesday.
A woman gets out of her cell and through three other locks to get to a man’s cell in the maximum security wing.
The man was conscious when police arrived.
The maestro’s daughter will join the PSO for two concerts.
Jake Grade’s overtime goal gives the Yachtsmen a 3-2 win over St. Dom’s for their second straight state championship.
Weathering the application process is one thing, but living up to state criteria is another.
Opponents of a minimum wage increase in the state warned that it would kill jobs. But that hasn’t happened.
Portland-to-Nova Scotia ferry fails to apply for permits
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