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Yesterday at 7:16 PM

Dexter still assessing damage one week after flooding

The town is hoping it can get some aid money after the East Branch of the Sebasticook River washed away culverts and roads downtown last week.

News
Yesterday at 7:36 PM

Decision to switch to natural gas riddled with complex considerations, UMF panelists say

The fact that converting to gas would enable other local institutions to tap into it played a big role in UMF’s eventual plan, according to the school’s president.

Couple charged by moose under investigation by Maine Warden Service

Skowhegan man stabbed in head during party

Sports
Posted:Today
Updated: 12:50 AM

Red Sox get thumped in Jacoby Ellsbury’s return to Boston, 9-3

Jon Lester has his worst outing of the season, and Elssbury doubles and triples against his former team.

Bruins dominate Red Wings 3-0 in Game 3, take 2-1 lead

BOYS LACROSSE: Messalonskee opens season with a bang

Posted: April 22
Updated: Today at 12:08 AM

LePage vetoes bill requiring annual welfare fraud report

His administration would need more money in order to provide such a report, he says.

N.J. Gov. Chris Christie to stump for LePage

Supreme Court wary of policing statements in political ads

Opinion
Real Life
January 22

BOOKS: Alice McDermott delivers the ordinary with exquisite touch

After a seven-year hiatus, National Book Award winner Alice McDermott returns with her seventh novel, "Someone," a quiet tour de force of a story. McDermott writes in lyrical yet methodical prose about an ordinary woman living an ordinary life, a seemingly nonstory with heartache, joy, suffering and beauty all simmering beneath the scattered recollections that make up the novel.

BOOKS: Mesmerizing blend of fact and fiction

TRAVELIN' MAINE(RS): Step it up at 88

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