The inventor of the earmuffs is one part of an intriguing town history, historians said.
The Augusta restaurant’s run-in with state regulators shows businesses should check with the state before holding fundraising events.
Mujica gives the Red Sox some protection if closer Koji Uehara, who turns 39 in April, cannot repeat his 2013 performance.
They will pit business interests against public health advocates and test the scope of the federal government’s regulatory reach.
Property taxpayers should not bear the brunt of the failure to achieve tax reform.
The Maine Harvest Festival in Bangor featured over 120 of Maine’s top producers with cooking demonstrations, lots of tasty treats and many great stories. We were impressed!
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.
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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