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Maine State Police said Aundria St. Amand, of South China, was killed instantly in the crash just before 2 p.m. Friday.
Three die in two crashes in Maine
The bill passed by the Legislature would potentially increase sentences for drunk drivers with prior felony convictions.
Ibragim Todashev has ties to the Boston Marathon bombers and was killed by FBI agents last year.
The accident, which involved a tractor-trailer, happened near mile marker 106 Friday night.
The state’s number of unemployed people has declined 6,700 over the year to 41,800.
The program takes a team approach to dealing with veterans who commit crimes or become addicted to drugs.
Columnist J.P. Devine wonders if there’s a balmy paradise for him, and can you get there from here?
Call them underfunded underdogs, but the adversity they have faced has made them fiercer competitors, students said.
Two wedding bands, with a total value of $5,000, were taken from L. Tardif Jeweler Store on Tuesday, police said.
The LePage administration says the action will prevent fraud and abuse, but advocates for the poor say such plans potentially harm those who rely on benefits.
The disaster three days ago left more than 270 people missing and at least 29 people dead.
South Korean ferry evacuation was delayed; death toll rises
Transcript of distress call by South Korean ferry
Jackie Dalton, co-executive director of REM, and John Dalton, president and CEO of Inland Hospital, were recognized for eight years of volunteer work in the Waterville area.
The new law will bring the state into conformity with federal standards by requiring the removal of a quarter of signs directing drivers to secondary destinations.
Every Orioles starter gets at least one hit except for Chris Davis.
April 19, 2014
“Raindrops keep falling on my head.”
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