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A proposed University of Maine System policy will redefine terms such as dating violence, sexual harassment and consent to a sexual act, if the board of trustees approves it in November.
Gary Donovan from Connecticut carries a plastic bin on his head while helping his step daughter move into dorms at the University of Maine.
Faculty of the Riley School, gathered Aug. 27 in Glen Cove to reflect on the fundamental, sustaining practices that define the work of school.
My oldest son, Isaac is turning twelve today. Happy Birthday Iseetoes. Ily! I remember at twelve going to a bowling party and eating pizza witha mushrooms for the first time! It was fantastic! Always have fun and don't be afraid to try something new.
But legal experts interviewed by the Bangor Daily News said both claims could be difficult to prove to a judge or jury by a preponderance of evidence - the legal standard that must be met in civil cases - should he pursue legal action against his accusers and the halls of fame.
Have you ever wanted to draw but were afraid that you weren't creative enough? Come and learn how to express yourself in a low stress environment with art educator David Paterson.
University of Maine at Machias President Cynthia Huggins will retire at the end of 2014, University of Maine System James Page announced Thursday.
Paul Mayewski, explorer, glaciologist, climate scientist and director of the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine at Orono, believes "we have entered the age of climate decision."
Tomorrow, first-year dormitories across the University of Maine campus in Orono will open their doors to welcome the Class of 2018 in the college's annual tradition known as the "Maine Hello."
When Hillary Krapf, a holistic healer in Portland, had shingles in 2012, she rejected modern cures and instead treated herself with something most beach-goers tend to steer away from: seaweed.
Labor Day, the unofficial end of summer, is right around the corner. As we head back to school or back to work, stuffing bathing suits in hard-to-reach drawers, it's a good time to ask: what does the end of tourist season mean for cities and metros that rely on tourism dollars? Using Bureau of Labor Statistics data on monthly employment from 2004 ... (more)
This Aug. 23, 2014, photo provided by Meghan LaPlante shows a blue lobster caught by her father Jay LaPlante off Pine Point in Scarborough, Maine.
One of Maine's major lobster processors says it has addressed a battery of violations brought forth by the Food and Drug Administration, but the federal agency says it has not yet cleared the firm of violations.
Meghan LaPlante, a 14-year-old from Old Orchard Beach, was pulling up traps for her business set in Saco Bay when she spotted the crustacean of an unusual color, the Portland Press Herald reported.
As part of the town's comprehensive plan overhaul, officials are considering a proposal to define "student homes" in Orono and to adopt a moratorium on the creation of new student homes for the next six to 12 months.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 08:03 am
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