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  • Local & State
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    Mainers stock up before snowstorm moves in

    The National Weather Service predicts 12 to 18 inches will fall in Portland and coastal southern Maine, and 18 to 24 inches in the north.

  • Politics
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    Women’s March draws hundreds to downtown Portland

    While the crowds are down from two years ago, protest signs are plentiful.

  • Nation & World
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    Pamela Smart: The misunderstood murderess?

    A legal filing asks New Hampshire Republican Gov. Chris Sununu to commute her life sentence as an accomplice to murder and make her eligible for parole.

  • Business
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    Stalemate stalls Midtown project while Portland’s interest payments stack up

    The city and the developer of the $85 million project planned in Bayside accuse each other of holding up progress.

  • Outdoors
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    Mount Washington snow rangers working unpaid through shutdown

    The four employees of the U.S. Forest Service monitor avalanche danger and post reports that backcountry skiers rely on to stay safe.

  • Local & State
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    Sen. King resumes treatment for prostate cancer but won’t slow down

    The independent senator says he's expected to recover fully and his schedule won't be affected.

  • Politics
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    Mills chooses head of farmland preservation group as agricultural commissioner

    Amanda Beal grew up on a dairy farm in Litchfield and has served as president and CEO of Maine Farmland Trust since 2016.

  • Sports
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    Young Maine figure skaters place 12th at national championships

    Briella Doherty, 10, of Portland and Hans-Erik Jerosch, 13, of Yarmouth competed in their first national event.

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