4 women's hockey players suspended at UMaine

The University of Maine says four members of the women's ice hockey team have been suspended
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Dog reunited with owner after 8 month, 175-mile journey

A dog that went missing in Massachusetts months ago has been reunited with its family after being found in Maine, 175 miles away
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Maine Episcopalians elect openly gay bishop

Hundreds of clergy members and church members have elected the first openly gay Episcopal bishop in Maine
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UMaine football star arrested on domestic violence charge

Police in Maine say a standout football player at University of Maine has been arrested and charged with domestic violence assault
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Larsson scores career-high 23, Maine edges New Hampshire

Vilgot Larsson topped his career high with 17 points in the first half and finished with 23 to help Maine hold off New Hampshire 62-53
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Out-of-state money boosts Collins after Supreme Court vote

Records show that Maine Republican U.S. Sen. Susan Collins had the best fundraising quarter of her career after she delivered a pivotal vote that helped seat Br
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Last of 3 charged in Millinocket killing found guilty

The last of three people charged in a home invasion that left a Maine man dead has been found guilty of murder
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Fish farm developers change course in permit process

The Maine Department of Environmental Protection is asking a company seeking to build one of the world's largest salmon farms for more information on waste disc
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Editorials from around New England

Editorials from around New England
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Man who killed burglar sentenced to prison on drug charges

A Maine man who shot and killed a burglar has been sentenced to more than 13 years in prison on federal drug and gun charges
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Couple sentenced for tax fraud, MaineCare fraud

A former Maine couple that ran companies to transport clients with disabilities have been sentenced for defrauding MaineCare and filing false tax returns
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Last of 3 charged in Millinocket killing to be tried

A trial is set for the last of three people charged in a home invasion that left a Maine man dead.
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2 eel dealers face charges for illegal sales

Two baby eel dealers are facing criminal misdemeanor charges for illegal sales as Maine moves to increase oversight over the lucrative industry
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Graduation rate at teen moms school above national average

A Maine school for teenage mothers reports a graduation rate nearly double the average for such teens
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Maine supreme court upholds conviction for double shooting

Maine's supreme court has upheld the conviction of a New York man sentenced to 50 years in prison for a shooting that left one man dead and another injured in B
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Mom charged after infant ingests meth

Police charge a Maine mother after her 7-month-old child ingested methamphetamine through breast milk
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Woman involved in fatal home invasion pleads to robbery

A woman who was one of three charged in a home invasion that left a Maine man dead has pleaded guilty to robbery charges
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2 separate Maine malls listed for auctions

Two Maine malls have now gone up for auction
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Gov. Mills urges people to fight hate at MLK Day celebration

Newly elected Gov. Janet Mills received multiple standing ovations at the state's Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, ending an eight-year absence by Maine'
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Stony Brook storms back to beat Maine 64-61

Elijah Olaniyi scored 10 of his 14 points in the second half to help Stony Brook rally from an 18-point deficit and beat Maine 64-61
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Gov. Janet Mills marks swearing-in of 46 new US citizens

Gov. Janet Mills was on hand for a ceremony this week that saw 46 new U.S. citizens from 31 different countries take the oath of allegiance
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Operations from closing CT lobster plant to come to Maine

One of the biggest companies in lobster distribution and processing says it will increase production at a Maine plant in the wake of closing a Connecticut facil
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Rep. Golden assigned to Armed Services Committee

Freshman Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Golden of Maine has been named to the House Armed Services Committee
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Federal courts in Maine to run out of money this week

Federal courts in Maine are about to run out of money, but hearings, trials and new cases will proceed during the federal government shutdown
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