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2:07 pm , 12/18/2014 Bangor Daily News

FREEPORT, Maine — Like New York City, L.L. Bean in Freeport never sleeps. But even Gotham doesn’t lay out the welcome mat like the Maine icon synonymous with boots, flannels and fly rods does 24 hours a day. This has always intrigued me. What happens during the wee hours at …

1:58 pm , 12/18/2014 Sun Journal

AUGUSTA — In the three-way race for Maine governor, the candidate that spent the least amount of money came out on top. Final finance reports filed this week show that incumbent Republican Gov. Paul LePage spent just under $2 million over the course of the heated campaign.

1:58 pm , 12/18/2014 Sun Journal

AUGUSTA — In the heated three-way race for Maine governor, Republican Paul LePage spent the least amount of money on his re-election bid and still came out on top, according to final campaign finance reports filed this week.

1:55 pm , 12/18/2014 Sun Journal

FARMINGTON — RSU 9 representatives are sending home letters to parents of students in district schools to update them on what signs to look for and what to do if they see the signs of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, Superintendent Tom Ward said Thursday.

1:55 pm , 12/18/2014 Sun Journal

FARMINGTON — RSU 9 representatives are sending home letters to parents of students in district schools to update them on what signs to look for and what to do if they see the signs of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, Superintendent Tom Ward said Thursday.

1:24 pm , 12/18/2014 Sun Journal

FARMINGTON — RSU 9 school directors voted unanimously Tuesday to expel a Mt. Blue High School junior for possession and furnishing a scheduled drug, Superintendent Tom Ward said Thursday. The student gave one Vicodin pill, a prescription drug, to another student at Mt.

1:24 pm , 12/18/2014 Sun Journal

FARMINGTON — RSU 9 school directors voted unanimously Tuesday to expel a Mt. Blue High School junior for possession and furnishing a scheduled drug, Superintendent Tom Ward said Thursday. The student gave one Vicodin pill, a prescription drug, to another student at Mt.

1:06 pm , 12/18/2014 Bangor Daily News

BANGOR, Maine — East Millinocket will receive six months of wastewater treatment from a bankrupt paper mill, after a federal judge on Thursday allowed the mill’s estate to loan as much as $250,000 to the town to cover treatment plant operations. U.S. District Court Judge Louis Kornreich granted trustee’s attorney …

12:43 pm , 12/18/2014 Sun Journal

RUMFORD — With a newly-granted three-month extension, members of the Charter Commission met Tuesday and agreed to meet every Tuesday starting Dec. 30 to finish their work. Those meetings, which start at 6 p.m. in the Municipal Building Conference Room, will be held through Feb.

12:43 pm , 12/18/2014 Sun Journal

RUMFORD — With a newly-granted three-month extension, members of the Charter Commission met Tuesday and agreed to meet every Tuesday starting Dec. 30 to finish their work. Those meetings, which start at 6 p.m. in the Municipal Building Conference Room, will be held through Feb.