The fishery was fraught with controversy between small-boat fishermen from Maine and full-time scallopers operating bigger boats.
The governor says it could take 10 years, but believes it would allow the state to eliminate tollbooths except for one in Kittery.
The Maine Department of Labor outsourced its job bank services to Kansas-based America's JobLink in July.
Islamic extremism is suspected, and authorities believe they know the identity of the attacker, who was killed.
The owner of Le Garage is retiring and will close the business at the end of April.
Barrel aging adds a hint of bourbon or rum to Maine syrup.
L.D. 377 would help sheriffs as they grapple with addiction's impact on county inmates.
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