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Bill Nemitz

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    December 24, 2004

    133rd struggles to accept losses

    An attack in the base's crowded dining facility, killed 22 people and wounded 69. Two of the dead and six of the wounded were from Maine.

  • Published
    October 30, 2004

    That heavenly moment arrived

    Someday ... someday ... The Sox have finally given Gramp, and every other Boston fan, something to cheer about.

  • Published
    September 21, 2001

    Senses numbed by tragedy are revived at Union Square

    In a city where people may once have walked a dozen crowded blocks without making eye contact, the park has become the place to tell stories.

  • Published
    October 17, 1998
    George Mitchell gives the commencement address during the University of Maine at Augusta graduation on May 12, 2018.

    Mitchell wins hearts, views peace as a prize

    The Nobel Peace Prize went to Northern Ireland's Catholic leader John Hume and his Protestant counterpart, David Trimble, with much thanks to Maine's George Mitchel.

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