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  • Politics

    Trump attacks Kavanaugh’s 2nd accuser, says Democrats playing a ‘con game’

    The Senate Judiciary Committee schedules a vote on Brett Kavanaugh for Friday, while Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says, ‘I'm confident we're going to win.’

  • Local & State

    Portland’s Amistad center for mentally ill to be displaced by building sale

    Amistad is being given time to find a new home by a developer who says he plans to 'slow-play' his condo project on State Street.

  • Business

    State aims to shut down Arundel composting company accused of polluting

    Environmental regulators want to revoke composting licenses for Dubois Livestock and Excavating, which allegedly has created noxious odors, polluted a nearby stream and committed other violations.

  • Cops & Courts

    In plea deal, Cushing boat captain agrees to 4-year prison term for deaths of 2 crew members

    Christopher A. Hutchinson admits guilt as part of the agreement, which needs approval from a judge, as one victim's stepmother says the sentence isn't long enough.

  • Business

    New rules tied to previous tree-cutting convictions put Buxton logger in a bind

    Anthony Boisvert says the requirement that he pay thousands of dollars for a performance bond is threatening to put him out of business over violations that were not intentional.

  • Business

    Maine lobstermen say move to avert collapse of herring fishery will have dire consequences

    Trawling bans and quota reductions being proposed by regulators will result in bait shortages that will cause prices to skyrocket, the lobstermen say.

  • Food

    Friday night bites: Maine high school boosters score with their football fare

    Think apple crisp, pulled pork and clam chowder.

  • Editorials

    Our View: When dogs attack, their owners bear responsibility

    A new Maine law will help ensure that those with ill-behaved pets get more than a slap on the wrist.

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