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    Local & State

    State expects another budget surplus despite economic uncertainty

    Gov. Janet Mills said an additional $282 million in projected revenue this year would help create an 'emergency winter energy relief program' to help struggling Mainers.

  • Local & State

    Supervisors of aggrieved trooper say they never asked him to break the law

    George Loder is suing state police, alleging he suffered professional retaliation when refused to share information with the FBI, but two of his supervisors say they never asked Loder to break the law.

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    Sports

    World Cup: United States advances with 1-0 victory over Iran

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    Outdoors

    Hunters set a record for deer taken during Maine’s fall season

  • Local & State

    Former Brunswick town councilor facing child pornography charges

    Christopher Watkinson resigned from the Brunswick Town Council on Nov. 18 and is on leave from his job at Bowdoin College.

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    Schools and Education

    UNE to begin building new medical school at Portland campus

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    Opinion

    Our View: Portland Public Schools’ neglect of payroll is inexcusable

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