Thursday, December 12, 2013
Instead of replacing a missing body part, the pieces replace something that was never lost to overcome a limitation of the human body.
No arrests have been reported in Maine or elsewhere, but improved technology is making it easier to produce the all-plastic weapons at home.
3D printing providing edge to Maine businesses
The action would soften spending cuts that could help Bath Iron Works and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
They are recognized for their commitment to customer service, strong work ethic and willingness to take on new challenges.
J.S. McCarthy Printers will see a premium increase because of fees and tax changes in the Affordable Care Act, company officials said.
Some in Seoul fear that the removal could create dangerous instability or lead to a miscalculation or attack on the South.
A 12-year-old boy apparently made up the story about a man in a van who grabbed him.
Police are called after the man’s wife flees the home and he fires a shot.
A British woman is an international fugitive, accused of conspiracy to commit terrorism.
A state watchdog agency finds an undocumented and inconsistent process undermined the integrity and credibility of $4.7 million in health grants.
The Holy See’s financial watchdog agency has yet to inspect the embattled Vatican bank, a true test of whether the new laws to fight financial crimes are being enforced.
Fewer US homes nationally entered the foreclosure path in November.
Consumers are used to bargains, have learned they can live with less, and are burned out on the frenzy of the season.
At stake is $40 million of municipal revenue sharing.
Crawford makes key basketball late in LA victory.
Harraseeket Inn’s Broad Arrow Tavern a great spot for lunch
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