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Instead, students will take part in hosting Waterville's Harvest Fest on Oct. 6.
About a dozen people who oppose the sale of the public space vacate the park after it closed for the night.
Arrested twice in two days, the suspect also is accused of lunging toward pills and eating them.
The woman, who had her limbs amputated after giving birth at a Massachusetts hospital, will get $9.5 million.
A trustee says the decision should not be seen as an admission that one-person crews are unsafe or that a one-person crew led to the deadly disaster in Quebec.
Many of David Lee Magnum's trysts stemmed from Craigslist ads, he tells investigators.
Shellie Zimmerman says her husband should pay for a permanent life insurance policy with her named as the beneficiary.
The woman reached into her Town and Country minivan from outside the passenger side door and mistakenly started it.
'Beneath the Harvest Sky' focuses on two best friends, the challenges of life in rural America and the drug trade between Maine and Canada.
The yogurt maker started contacting retailers last week, saying some shipments should be pulled off the shelves because of possible contamination with mold.
Maine and New Hampshire had jointly requested $25 million for a replacement of the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge between Kittery and Portsmouth.
The 2-year-old cat, named Wasabi, reportedly chased a mosquito out the window.
In March, a state investigation found nine pesticides at the company’s cultivation facility in Auburn.
In addition to losing both legs and her arms at the elbows, Monica Sprague Jorge, 41, says she had some internal organs removed.
The lawsuit further chills relations between the local hockey team and the arena's officials.
A fourth person in the car is identified as the children's mother.
It's a buying pattern that began around two years ago with low interest rates that let buyers choose pricier cars.
The number of babies born last year – a little shy of 4 million – is only a few hundred less than the number in 2011.
The famous white horses were first bred in Austria and originally performed their leaps and kicks in battle.
The effort would add Congress Square Plaza and 34 other properties to the city's land bank and require eight votes and a public referendum to sell them.
The president says he will argue for a military strike on Syria in an address Tuesday.
Three men are arrested at 'the Baskin-Robbins of drug houses.'
A 1.4-mile stretch of the boulevard has been closed for the last eight months while the city installed a new sewer and storm water system.
Concerned about potential for violence, govt. issues new travel warning, urges American citizens to leave
Suspended Milwaukee Brewers outfielder says he regrets using PEDs.
G-20 leaders reportedly have signed on to a new tax plan that would make it harder for companies to hide profits in tax havens and force them to pay tax in the countries where they make money.
John Thibeault was out on $100,000 bail posted by another party.
Police stopped the truck for erratic driving, but the driver took off and headed down the street, which was a dead end, and plunged into the river.
Cities are seeing the impact in more congested downtowns and the loss of millions of dollars in revenue.
While not exonerated in the 1989 death of her son, the Arizona woman, 49, is awaiting a new trial.
Defense attorneys say the evidence in Odin Lloyd's murder is circumstantial and the state's case won't hold up.
The 10-bed Halcyon House, which provides services to children ages 10 to 17, becomes the latest victim of a cut in federal funding.
All legislation related to gambling was put on hold last session until the Gaming Commission can develop a competitive bidding process proposal.
The grants will be used for solar, biomass and propane energy systems, and for energy-efficiency projects such as upgrading refrigeration and lighting.
But there are no new leads in the case of Geraldine Largay, a Tennessee woman reported missing July 24.
Organizers in Farmington plan an Oct. 12 fundraiser for Lac-Megantic, their partner across the border.
An encampment by Occupy Maine, which opposes the sale of the public land, would need city approval, an official says.
Mr. Dyer was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2006. Throughout his illness, he continued to paint.
The biotech giant's genetically engineered seed patents are invalid, they argue.
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Deductibles for individuals will be common, and the larger they are, the more affordable the premium.
However, the city has not solicited any alternative visions for Congress Square Plaza.