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6:13 am , 05/30/2015 Bangor Daily News

BANGOR, Maine — Some Maine bartenders and bar owners love it, some predict problems and some are saying they will not serve alcohol until 2 a.m., even if allowed to under a pilot program proposed by Gov. Paul LePage that would delay last call for an hour in order to …

12:00 am , 05/30/2015 Sun Journal

St. Dom's Bethany Hammond returns a shot against North Yarmouth Academy's Mary Morrison in the second round of the State Singles Championships on Friday at Colby College in Waterville.

12:00 am , 05/30/2015 Sun Journal

PORTLAND, Maine — Health news website WebMD has announced the release of its real-time, interactive map showing flea and tick activity across the country, and Maine has the early-season distinction of having the most active pests of any state in America.

12:00 am , 05/30/2015 Sun Journal

St. Dom's Bethany Hammond returns a shot against North Yarmouth Academy's Mary Morrison in the second round of the State Singles Championships on Friday at Colby College in Waterville.

12:00 am , 05/30/2015 Sun Journal

PORTLAND, Maine — Health news website WebMD has announced the release of its real-time, interactive map showing flea and tick activity across the country, and Maine has the early-season distinction of having the most active pests of any state in America.

8:24 pm , 05/29/2015 Sun Journal

LISBON — Trevor Kenkel got into aquaponics — the marriage of aquaculture and hydroponics — as a freshman in high school with a small tank, a handful of goldfish and watercress.

8:24 pm , 05/29/2015 Sun Journal

LISBON — Trevor Kenkel got into aquaponics — the marriage of aquaculture and hydroponics — as a freshman in high school with a small tank, a handful of goldfish and watercress.

8:08 pm , 05/29/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — The number of students expelled from the Lewiston School Department was lower than reported to the state last year, the city's top school official said.

8:08 pm , 05/29/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — The number of students expelled from the Lewiston School Department was lower than reported to the state last year, the city's top school official said.

7:55 pm , 05/29/2015 Sun Journal

FARMINGTON —  More than $100,000 in research grants, received by two natural science faculty members at the University of Maine at Farmington, will fund a study on the chemical profile of medicinal cannabis.