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Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.
Repealing the law tucked years ago into the U.S. defense budget could prevent soldiers from killing themselves and others, a Pentagon committee found in February.
Gov. Janet Mills and Attorney General Aaron Frey said Monday they will immediately begin preparing legislation to grant the panel subpoena power.
The proposal seek to roll back a rule that requires Mainers to disconnect furnaces and boilers to claim the largest heat pump incentives.
The flyers’ appearance has escalated alongside antisemitic sentiment, which has increased nearly 400 percent across the U.S. since early October.
Johanna Johnston designed the photo pages to resemble a dating profile along with a short bio about each dude and adoptable animal.
Woodland Pulp called police late Monday morning to allege that the workers were blocking trucks at the mill.
Henry delighted with his friendly disposition, contented chirps and love of sweet potatoes that turned his substantial front teeth orange.
The project to remove a 90-foot culvert and replace it with a bridge to open spawning grounds for Atlantic salmon and brook trout is complete.
“Experts differ on whether smell, hearing or vision, play the most prominent role in helping deer steer clear of predators, humans among them.”
With a little knowledge of basic biology and good animal husbandry, your homestead chickens will be plump and juicy.
Doomed lovers were the focus of the Bangor Symphony Orchestra’s extraordinarily fine concert Sunday at the Collins Center for the Arts in Orono.