Wednesday, December 18, 2013
The Rev. Robert P. Deeley becomes the 12th bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland.
A sledding and skating structure at Fenway Park is the latest example of providing ‘wintertainment.’
Extended benefits have been a lifeline for those looking for work during the slow recovery from recession, but Congress is about to let them expire.
People in Maine’s medical industry are pleased that a major pharmaceutical company will stop paying physicians to push its brands.
One ticket was sold in San Jose, Calif., and the other was sold in Atlanta.
He plans to introduce bills that would require able-bodied people to show they’ve applied for three jobs before getting assistance.
Three teams will battle for supremacy in the lucrative pursuit of the tiny Maaine delicacy.
The group is anxious for new projects now that Gov. LePage has released funds approved by voters more than three years ago.
Illinois college students will take requests for holiday favorites until midnight Wednesday.
The attorney general’s office says more than 1,000 Mainers are victims of unfair and deceptive actions.
55 percent of Freeport voters said ‘yes’ to exploring breaking away.
A man who owed the IRS $37,000 refused to turn the machine over for auction.
The Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
The building will be used to house the central office, multicultural center and West programs.
While many other orphanages also fail the Caribbean country’s new national standards, the group’s facility stands out because it’s run by an organization with such an unusual, and successful fundraising operation.
Kransekake Sticks Dipped in Chocolate, submitted by Alexandra Daley-Clark of Lyman, are a Norwegian family favorite.
Boston defenseman Zdeno Chara scores two power-play goals.
The City Council’s decision recognizes local concerns and the process by which rules are created.
The threats led to the evacuations of four buildings and Harvard Square on Monday.
More snow and bitter cold, and it’s not over
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