Boston's WBZ and WSBK are among those that go dark. Many more customers also lose access to Showtime, TMC, FLIX and Smithsonian channels.
The change will allow BIW to do more of the work on a DDG-1000 destroyer.
Its tax increment financing proposal says a new outfitting hall would make Bath Iron Works more competitive.
A $9 million contract for dredging Portland Harbor has been awarded to a Massachusetts company.
The sale of the property at 58 Fore St. suggests the eastern waterfront is poised for development.
The experts meet with residents, business owners and the governor as they focus on large parcels of land near the airport and the Wells town line.
The modest increase was still enough to help lower the unemployment rate to 7.4 percent, a 4 1/2-year low.
A judge will decide whether Macy's deal with the home maven prevents J.C. Penney from also selling her goods.
Soaring extraction costs take a toll on earnings and eventually may add to the cost of gas and heating oil.
The industry as a whole may have had its best July in seven years as buyers loosen the purse strings.
But subscriber growth was slow in the quarter and more TV customers canceled than expected.
If confirmed, he will take over as the agency deals with political charges and overseeing the health law.
Consumer Reports grades hospitals' safety measures for surgeries.
Patrick Donahoe says shipping beer, wine and spirits has the potential to raise as much as $50 million a year.
Last week's number sank to the lowest level since 2008 as the labor market showed signs of strength.