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Brunswick police cruiser hits pedestrian - A rainstorm may have hampered visibility for both the officer driving a marked cruiser and the pedestrian, who was hit in the crosswalk on the ramp to Mill Street.
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Benton resident scammed, told to pay IRS bill with iTunes gift card
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New lease gives Portland’s Forest Gardens at least another year
But the beloved 80-year-old tavern's long-term future depends on rezoning and historic landmark status.
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Bangor gears up for Trump visit - Gov. LePage will join him 'with bells on' at the Cross Insurance Center rally Wednesday afternoon.
Gov. LePage will join him 'with bells on' at the Cross Insurance Center rally Wednesday afternoon.
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Authorities call Sheep Island fire suspicious, say cause being investigated
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Chelsea contractor released early from prison - Marshall Swan, who failed to report $650,000 in income, will be monitored on home confinement.
Marshall Swan, who failed to report $650,000 in income, will be monitored on home confinement.
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Only a third of Mainers feel secure financially, poll indicates
That's half the national number, but the survey also finds residents are better prepared to pay an emergency $1,000 bill than many other Americans.
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Lewiston man sentenced to federal prison for crack cocaine, gun crimes
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Merchant mariner admits evading Maine income taxes - Stephen Wardman of Lamoine pretended to live in Florida, a state with no income tax, says Attorney General Janet Mills.
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Geena Gervais
2 years ago
Used to be a good paper, but the stories have gone downhill and just aren't relevant or useful anymore. When I subscribed, the paper showed up late or not at all because of "technical difficulties". It's ink, on paper--how hard is that to deal with really? And when it actually was waiting in my driveway when I got up, all the "news" was old stuff I'd read online the night before for free. Why buy the cow? I started reading the Bangor Daily News online and don't miss the PPH at all. BDN's site is better anyway.
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