Roughly 9 million people carried loaded handguns at least once a month, including 3 million who carried them every day. …read more
David Miller pleaded guilty June 1 to one count of transportation of a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity. …read more
“He gives 100 percent in everything he does (on and off the ice). He sets a great example. He does everything right all the time.” …read more
MAINE vs. MIAMI Time, site: Friday, Saturday 7 p.m., Alfond Arena, Orono Records: UMaine 1-1, Miami (Ohio) 0-2 Series, last meeting: UMaine leads 5-2-1, Miami 5-0 on Oct. 22, 2016 Key players: Maine — D Rob Michel (1 goal, 1 assist), LW Brendan Robbins (1 & 1), C Chase Pearson (0 & 2), LW Nolan […] …read more
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Thursday forecast a warmer winter from California through the Midwest to Maine. …read more
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tom Brady’s expectations for himself have been high from the moment he made his first NFL start back in 2001. It reached its latest high water mark this past February when he became the most-decorated Super Bowl quarterback in NFL history, after leading the Patriots to a historic comeback win over the […] …read more
Bonny Eagle High School senior Wade Gelinas says he wanted his picture to feature hunting because it is a family tradition. …read more
The Island Avenue neighborhood is near Lafayette School and three blocks away from the Stenton Trust Mill building that burned in June. …read more
BOSTON — Celtics fans lined up to sign a banner urging Gordon Hayward to “come back stronger than ever.” One player wrote his injured teammate’s initials on his shoe. The crowd that bought tickets to see him make his Boston debut chanted his name. A few miles away, Hayward was being wheeled into surgery to […] …read more
BANGOR – Nurses Thursday showed support for a bill they say protects patients in rural areas.
But a spokesperson for Maine hospitals says the bill makes management decisions even tougher.
Members of the nurses union Thursday showed their support for a proposed bill, titled “An Act to Protect Rural Maine Healthcare”.
“This bill will make it harder for hospitals to do away with services,” said Rep. Stephen Stanley (D-Medway) who is sponsoring the bill.
This comes after the August closure of the Obstetrics Department at the Calais Regional Hospital
“It’s very important for us as a state to look at the services in these rural …read more