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    Lawsuit alleges New England energy companies overcharged customers

    The suit, filed in Boston, says that Avangrid and Eversource manipulated the region's supply of natural gas, causing price spikes.

  • Local & State

    Neighbors wary as Maine Med seeks zoning change for its big expansion

    City council is taking up the hospital's long-term vision for streets near its growing campus, and some worry about the potential impact on development, housing and amenities such as restaurants.

  • Nation & World

    H.W. Bush accused of groping Michigan woman while he was president

    The 8th person to accuse the former president of sexual misconduct says he squeezed her rear in 1992.

  • Health care

    MaineCare had barred payments to Lewiston oral surgeon accused of restraining patients

    Jan Kippax is back in front of an administrative board to deny claims that he mistreated patients.

  • The Maine Forecast

    Dry outlook for Thanksgiving week, but a wet weekend is coming first

    Wind has ushered in dryer and chilly or air so temperatures today will not reach 50 degrees or even come close.

  • Local & State

    Maine’s top court to decide whether asylum seekers can get food stamps

    The case before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court highlights the political debate over both immigration and welfare programs.

  • Business

    Portland Harbor board resets pilot rates – and the pilots are fuming

    Opponents say the lower minimum fee for piloting ships into the harbor was enacted improperly.

  • Cops & Courts

    Bail revoked for former Windham man who bilked a neighbor

    Theodore Thomes failed to show up for his sentencing hearing last month, saying that the recent hurricanes delayed his return from hip replacement surgery in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

  • Maine Voices

    Maine Voices: It's time for all Mainers to start setting the table for civility

    Maine Revives Civility guides are available online to help you start your own conversations on civility.


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