Sunday, December 8, 2013
When troubled Maine teen James Reynolds and respected trooper Jason Wing crossed paths last June, three .45-caliber bullets tore through the air – and tied their fates to an unsettling trend.
Maine trooper shot teen in arm, knee and head
Deadly force: Police & The Mentally Ill
With Maine’s decade-long attempt at reform ending and Obamacare starting, comparisons are inevitable.
A ceremony in Portland – and one in Hawaii – marks the day 72 years ago when Japan bombed the U.S. base.
Widow of Pearl Harbor survivor takes his place at Portland ceremony
Maine’s governor gets religion about climate change.
The warning kick-starts a plan to form a nonprofit to handle the Augusta company’s charity efforts.
They will pit business interests against public health advocates and test the scope of the federal government’s regulatory reach.
A jail-turned-gristmill in Skowhegan is home to retailers who rent space for as little as a single day.
A Maine wreath maker hopes to decorate all headstones in Arlington National Cemetery for the cemetery’s 150th anniversary in 2014.
Winslow High School graduate Lucie Amundsen’s Locally Laid egg business is a finalist in the competition for air time during the big game.
She was fashionable, social and upbeat.
She has little money for ‘wants.’
The rally denounces President Viktor Yanukovych’s decision to turn away from Europe and move toward Russia.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani tells Afghan President Hamid Karzai that foreign forces generates tension.
Stephen Voltz and Fritz Grobe, aka the Coke and Mentos guys, offer tips for DIY science projects.
Mujica gives the Red Sox some protection if closer Koji Uehara, who turns 39 in April, cannot repeat his 2013 performance.
After a hard day of legislating cuts to the nation’s safety net programs, Ebenezer Cruz cowers in his bed, dreading the arrival of three spirits whose visitation was foretold to h ...
Bantu Holomisa, the leader of the United Democratic Movement in parliament, says, “I’ve seen people who are on their last hours and I could sense that he is now giving up.”
Loss of shrimp season hits the pocketbook hardest
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