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  • Schools and Education

    Students lead effort to bring solar power to Portland public schools

    The city's board of education on Tuesday will consider authorizing the superintendent to pursue an off-site solar project to provide electricity to the district.

  • Local & State

    Robert Indiana’s caretaker rejects accusations of neglect

    Through his lawyer, Jamie Thomas issues a statement denying allegations made by the attorney for Indiana's estate, saying he always had the artist's best interests at heart.

  • Local & State

    Maine joins lawsuit over new Trump rule to block immigrants who need assistance

    Maine Attorney General Aaron Frey contends the new rule, related to defining a person who could become a 'public charge,' would limit the path to citizenship for many and is unconstitutional.

  • Lewiston-Auburn

    Bates College receives its largest-ever federal grant

    Nearly $4 million from the National Science Foundation will allow the college to create a new database of video images useful for research on artificial intelligence and neuroscience.

  • Local & State

    Developer envisions restaurants, bed-and-breakfast at Fort Gorges

    The group Friends of Fort Gorges opposes the idea, but the developer says it's the best way to raise money to preserve the Casco Bay landmark.

  • Maine Mariners

    El Paso turns out for widower of Walmart massacre victim

    'Here in El Paso, we’re just a family.'

  • Local & State

    Bizarre counterfeit bills targeting readers of Jewish authors found in Brunswick library

    The bills, some that resemble so-called Confederate dollars, have a Christian evangelical theme.

  • Business

    Maine’s preliminary unemployment rate for July hits record low

    If the seasonally adjusted rate of 3 percent holds up when the Department of Labor revises its numbers in April, it would be the lowest in state history.

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