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12:00 am , 10/31/2014 Sun Journal

AUBURN — Little headless patrons sat patiently in the haunted library. An antique baby carriage was ready to creep across the floor, pushed by unseen hands. A skeleton passenger dangled out the sides. Monsters lay in wait.

12:00 am , 10/31/2014 Sun Journal

Niklas Hollinger, left, takes the stage after being selected to throw the first pie into Principal Jim Cliffe's face during a school assembly at Montello Elementary School in Lewiston on Thursday.

12:00 am , 10/31/2014 Sun Journal

The question: Who will you be voting for in the Maine governor's race and why?

10:42 pm , 10/30/2014 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — Would the passage of a local referendum to decriminalize possession of a small amount of marijuana for private use within city limits make the city safer or would it lead to greater use among teens?

10:42 pm , 10/30/2014 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — Would the passage of a local referendum to decriminalize possession of a small amount of marijuana for private use within city limits make the city safer or would it lead to greater use among teens?

10:40 pm , 10/30/2014 Sun Journal

PARIS — Domestic violence and sexual assault crimes are increasing, but a collaborative effort is targeting prosecutions to increase convictions in Oxford County. Launched in December 2013 through a

7:50 pm , 10/30/2014 Sun Journal

A skeleton and a witch stand guard over a makeshift cemetery in the front yard of Wayne and Diane Farnum on Thursday on Roxbury Notch Road in Roxbury.

6:24 pm , 10/30/2014 Bangor Daily News

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine — A report about the feasibility of constructing a solar farm created what Councilor Patricia Smith called a “mixed bag” at a city council workshop on Monday night. Representatives from ReVision Energy told the council that the city’s capped landfill off Highland Avenue is the perfect site …

6:00 pm , 10/30/2014 Sun Journal

So now Bag Lady wants to be Wonder Woman and Shopping Siren is ready to glove up and be Batman. In villain-smiting heels, of course. So many costumes beckoned as we headed out to Halloween shop this week.

5:37 pm , 10/30/2014 Bangor Daily News

Four conservation groups said Thursday they are launching a campaign to warn northern and eastern Maine residents about possible environmental harms from a $10.8 billion crude oil pipeline proposed by TransCanada. The announcement came in response to the company’s filing of a formal application to build North America’s largest and …