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- Thefts may be scaring musicians away from STL
- Recapping the debates with Phil and Ethan
- Hardy Girls put the scary back in Halloween
- 'Harvest on the Harbor' festival preview
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Pair charged with manufacturing methPair charged with manufacturing methPolice have two people in custody tonight after a methamphetamine bust in East Millinocket.
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Maine Air National Guard unit home from AfghanistanMaine Air National Guard unit home from Afghanistan30 Airmen in the Maine Air National Guard flew home Tuesday night, ending a six month deployment in Afghanistan.
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Supporters say Question 4 creates jobs, fights cancerSupporters say Question 4 creates jobs, fights cancerSupporters of Question 4 say the bond question will create Maine jobs while fighting cancer.
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HS Field Hockey playoffs scoreboardHS Field Hockey playoffs scoreboardHere is the quarter-final scoreboard for games played on Tuesday
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Aharon Hebert - Portland Comedy Co-OpAharon Hebert - Portland Comedy Co-OpSome real jokesters in Portland are trying to bolster Maine's comedy scene. Real funny, guys.
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Police investigate death of baby in LewistonPolice investigate death of baby in LewistonPolice are investigating the death of a baby found in a bathtub Monday afternoon inside a Lewiston apartment.
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From cancer to remission, a young Brewer girl's battleFrom cancer to remission, a young Brewer girl's battleThe family of seven year old Brewer girl raises money for her bone marrow transplant after going into remission.
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Hardy HalloweenHardy HalloweenHardy Girls Healthy Women is fighting the oversexualization of young girls' Halloween costumes.
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Portland Ballet Company's Halloween ProgrammingPortland Ballet Company's Halloween ProgrammingPortland Ballet's getting SPOOKY for Halloween.
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One major race all but forgotten in busy campaign seasonOne major race all but forgotten in busy campaign seasonPingree, Misiuk, Murphy carry on campaign despite voter inattention.
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Mainers look to Colorado for lessons learned on marijuana legalizationMainers look to Colorado for lessons learned on marijuana legalizationA public health official from Colorado spoke to business leaders about his state's experience with marijuana legalization.
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Dispute over Orono student housing moratoriumDispute over Orono student housing moratoriumSome people in Orono are asking the town to put a moratorium on student housing.
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With strike underway union leaders warn of storm impact on FairPointWith strike underway union leaders warn of storm impact on FairPointUnion leaders say replacement workers can't handle challenges brought on by storm
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Mainer saves stuck mooseMainer saves stuck mooseAbout ten years ago, a bull moose was found with his antlers stuck between two trees.
- Bill Green's Maine
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Lewiston tenants urge voters to okay rebuilding what fire destroyedLewiston tenants urge voters to okay rebuilding what fire destroyedLewiston tenants gathered at the site of the second arson fire of 2013, urging voters to okay a rebuilding project.
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Cumberland voters to decide on public beach purchaseCumberland voters to decide on public beach purchaseMaine has more than 6,000 miles of shoreline, but access to that high priced real estate is increasingly limited.
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Gardiner man pleads guilty to pharmacy robberyGardiner man pleads guilty to pharmacy robbery26-year-old Robert Richard pleaded guilty.
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Sanford man arrested for terrorizing and drug traffickingSanford man arrested for terrorizing and drug trafficking35-year-old Jesse Roy, of Sanford, was arrested.
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Bomb squad called to Skowhegan motelBomb squad called to Skowhegan motelThe suspicious device turned out to be a toy grenade.
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Police looking for man involved in purse theft in NaplesPolice looking for man involved in purse theft in NaplesThe victim sustained minor injuries during the struggle.
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Man charged with burglary of Bangor CrematoriumMan charged with burglary of Bangor CrematoriumSuspect in July 2014 burglary at Bangor Crematorium charged with Burglary.
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Lewiston man sentenced to 18 years in prisonLewiston man sentenced to 18 years in prisonA Lewiston man is sentenced to 18 years for being a felon in possession of ammunition.
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Maine unemployment up slightly in SeptemberMaine unemployment up slightly in SeptemberMaine officials say seasonally adjusted unemployment rose slightly in the state from August to September.
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EMCC to hold SNOCROSS event in Bass ParkEMCC to hold SNOCROSS event in Bass ParkThe event will be held at Bass Park in Bangor on Jan. 10 and 11.
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LePage highlights charity basketball tournamentLePage highlights charity basketball tournamentThe tournament has raised more than $60,000 for children whose parents have been killed by domestic violence.
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Nor'easter to test FairPoint's replacement workersNor'easter to test FairPoint's replacement workersMore than 1,700 FairPoint workers went on strike Friday, demanding that the company return to the bargaining table.
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Oscar de la Renta is remembered by a model who walked his runway and the Phoenix Art Museum, which is showcasing one of his creations.
USA TODAY Publisher Larry Kramer, Executive Editor David Colton and Editor-at-Large Rem Rieder talk about their memories with former Washington Post Editor Ben Bradlee.
Texas Presbyterian Hospital officials are now admitting fault in their handling of the Ebola situation. Elsewhere an NBC cameraman is declared Ebola-free. The U.S. Ebola czar also takes office Wednesday.
Recapping the debates with Phil and Ethan
'Harvest on the Harbor' festival preview
Hardy Girls put the scary back in Halloween
Three Denver-area teenage girls were reunited with their families after being stopped in Germany during a possible attempt to join Islamist fighters in Syria.
Maine Air National Guard unit home from Afghanistan