their decision could have a far reaching effect on fishermen on the New England
may just shorten the shrimp season as it has done several times in the past few
from the Academy Foundation of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
grants this year.
the percentage of young people with jobs is the lowest since World War Two.
finds about 82-thousand Mainers aged 16 to 24 say they have jobs.
Association will meet this morning to see where they might be able to cut more
than a half-million dollars from the school district's current budget.
cutting the overall budget by seven-percent.
85-million for years beginning in 2010.
days off for teachers and staff.
trapped under a large transparent dome with no way out.
The topic was human rights at a University of Maine lecture earlier today, the first in a internationally-focused lecture series.
CISV USA's Maine chapter welcomed El-Fadel Arbab, a survivor of the Sudanese genocide.
Arbab escaped from Darfur when he was 12.
He now lives in Portland, working there as an advocate to end the Sudanese atrocities.
CISV Maine's next UMaine lectue is scheduled for the 2013 Spring semester.
Upon searching his vehicle police found crack cocaine, and later both heroin and over $3,000 in cash in his home.
He is also being held for probation violation and a previous drug conviction.
Some of Bangor's historic homes were on display this weekend as part of the annual "Homes for the Holidays" Christmas tours.
Five homes located on West Broadway and Thomas Hill Road opened their doors to the public Saturday afternoon, with proceeds benefitting Saint John's Episcopal Church.
Decorative themes varied from house to house, reflecting homeowners' unique tastes.
Guests took in each home's architectural heritage, amid a seasonal atmosphere- enjoying refreshments and festive music.
The Maine Air National Guard's 101st Air Refueling Wing in Bangor is now under new leadership.
Colonel Doug Farnham was installed as the wing's new Commander at a base ceremony this weekend.
The wing also received a Meritorious Unit Award, Saturday, for its support of combat operations.
The first U.S. based Guard unit to receive the honor.
Farnham succeeds Colonel John D'errico who will become the Air Guard's next Chief of Staff, based in Augusta.
Farnham, who's been with the Guard for 21 years, is taking charge of nearly 900 people, and 16 units assigned to the 101st.
- Hampden historical society Christmas Bazaar fair
- Workout for water
- Senator Collins visits Fourteenth Street School
- Two men arrested on arson charges
- New species of wasp found in Maine
- Annual "Tozier's Turkey Trek" in Bucksport starts Sunday
- Maine Secretary of State files complaint against election commission
- Unity crash sent two people to the hospital
- Brewer house fire under investigation
- Former employee arrested for fires at Lincoln mill
- Study shows migraines may help body
- Missing Rangley man found in Massachusetts
- NYC terror attack: Halloween horror would have been much worse without top notch NYPD
- NYC terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov: Who is he?
- Democratic group pulls ad targeting Virginia governor hopeful Ed Gillespie's supporters
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- Country music legend Mel Tillis dead at 85
- British sailor dies in round-the-world yacht race after swept overboard in rough seas
- North Korea on 'aggressive schedule' in developing ballistic missile submarine, report says
- Car plunges into gorge killing 5 in Pakistan
- Florida church warns at every door 'we are heavily armed'
- 102-year-old survivor reunites with newly discovered nephew
- Rep. Frederica Wilson says Gen. Kelly should 'apologize to nation'
- FBI releases 1971 letter that D.B. Cooper sleuth says could be from notorious hijacker
- Pieces of once-mighty NY bridge get new life in rural towns
- Syria: IS militants defeated in final stronghold
- Some firsts among 32 US students picked as Rhodes scholars
- Woman swipes cancer research jar from Connecticut liquor store, police say
- India passenger train hits, kills 2 endangered Asian elephants
- Saudis, allies discuss Iran ahead of Arab League meeting
- 'Titanic' Sailing Back Into Theaters For One Week
- Rose McGowan Plans To Plea 'Not Guilty' On Virginia Drug Charge
- Beyoncé & Jay-Z Are Enjoying Their Trip To Miami
- Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' Has Already Sold Over 1 Million Copies
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- Alec Baldwin Settles Lawsuit Against New York Art Dealer
- Jason Aldean Says He Hopes For Healing After Las Vegas Shooting
- Lin-Manuel Miranda Shares Update On Puerto Rico Relief Efforts
- Amazon Has Acquired The Global Television Rights To "The Lord Of The Rings," Based On The Fantasy Novels By J.R.R. Tolkien, With A Multi-Season Commitment
- CIF Southern Section alums (very) prevalent at Coliseum during Trojans' victory over Bruins
- Shula Bowl blowout: FAU crushes FIU for 9th straight victory
- Magic thrashed by visiting Jazz as losing streak runs to 4 straight
- Cardiac 'Canes: Miami reels off 30 unanswered points to beat Virginia
- Taking flight: McKenzie Milton accounts for 5 TDs as Knights dismantle Temple
- FSU tops 30 points for 1st time this season in dominating rout of Delaware State
- Cowboys' Jerry Jones apologizes for racial remark in video
- Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston accused of groping Uber driver
- Whiteside double-double helps Heat narrowly avoid blowing 25-point lead
- Gabby Douglas says women should 'dress modestly' in response to sex abuse claims by Aly Raisman
- Brady, Patriots excited to play in Mexico City
- Buccaneers' Jameis Winston denies allegation he groped Uber driver