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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Yesterday at 9:44 PM

Water shut off to Richmond mobile home park to prevent contamination

A broken pump at Meadowbrook Trailer Park could cause sewage to leak into Richmond’s drinking water. Nine households are without water.

Yesterday at 6:22 PM

Natural gas pipeline subcontractor sues in federal court

A Pennsylvania firm is seeking money from a contractor and an insurer, the second U.S. District Court lawsuit in recent months to plague Summit’s $350 million project.

Dexter still assessing damage one week after flooding

Avon drug bust one of the largest Franklin County has seen

Updated: 2:26 PM

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

What's Happening
Yesterday at 2:34 PM


Go behind the scenes of Masterpiece Theatre or solve a murder with amateur sleuth Natalie Barnes

Programs planned at L.C.Bates Museum

Oakland’s Dom Colizzi prepares for Kittery performace

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

Movie Takes

March 24, 2012

Highway bill becomes House Republican headache

A bill that Republican leaders were promoting as the centerpiece of their job-creation agenda has instead turned into one of their biggest headaches, thanks largely to tea party conservatives who want to get the federal government out of transportation programs.

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