Even if this winter’s tight supply is overlooked, industry changes threaten to keep prices high and stall the alternative to heating oil.
Melting means there’s less ice to reflect the sun’s rays back into space, adding to the warming of the Earth.
Researchers say high levels of a stress hormone coupled with symptoms of mild depression can signal risk for major depression.
The state is gaining revenue by ticketing those who do not remove ice an snow from their vehicles.
People ages 55-64, many facing obstacles in finding jobs with coverage, make up 31% of new enrollees – and feel great relief.
And the Zumwalt, under construction at BIW, is the only ship with enough power to run an electromagnetic rail gun.
Snowfall rates could reach an intensity of 1 to 3 inches per hour Tuesday night in Portland, the National Weather Service says.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White, who have been together for 17 years, turn in nearly flawless performances.
Livability.com cites the city’s ratio of doctors to residents and ‘good access to hospitals.’
The gold goes to the Russians, who win by a wide margin.
The governor’s office says the group has raised $8 million total in its 34 years of fundraising.
The derailments spill a significant amount of crude, which underscores a lesser-known danger of America’s oil boom.
The state is now participating in a program that has only been available at the casinos.
The U.S. will play for the gold against the winner of the semifinal between Canada and Switzerland.
‘I just wish we could start all over again,’ says player Debbie McCormick.
A researcher hopes to help the industry anticipate how climate trends could shape syrup production.
The closures will begin at 11 p.m. Monday and continue through Friday.
They describe being terrified for hours on an Ethiopian jet after a co-pilot locks himself in the cockpit.
NBC gets heat for the questions asked and its airing of Miller’s tearful response.
A Cheverus High senior whose early career was sidetracked by addiction gets his first and only chance to be No. 1 on Monday.
The rejection at a foreign-owned U.S. car plant means the union may need to woo other types of workers, a labor expert says.
While experts say pretreating roads with brine does less damage to the environment, officials in Maine towns raise questions and largely resist the change.
Talks with the opposition ended after the Assad regime refused to discuss a transitional government.
The number of cases has grown quickly, possibly due to more testing by doctors.
He also says U.S. drone strikes in Yemen are doing more to stoke terrorism than defeat it.
Mitt Romney also says he will not be a candidate for president in 2016.
Crafty Bob Crowley buys an old horse farm in Durham, runs the camping business with his family and eyes a bevy of other projects.
Three photos, originally published in the Feb. 28, 1966, Portland Press Herald, show a busy sunny day at a long-lost ski area in Falmouth.
About a half-dozen families attend the showing at Cinemagic Grand.
Also: Republicans charge House Speaker with conflict of interest.
Collateral damage to vehicles and property during storm cleanup costs cities thousands of dollars.