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12:17 pm , 09/21/2014 Sun Journal

WEST PARIS — A blaze late Saturday night destroyed a single-family home, leaving 21 people homeless.  Around 60 firefighters from 13 area towns responded to the fire at 5 Ellingwood Road, which started just shy of midnight on Saturday.  According to West Pa...

10:40 am , 09/21/2014 Bangor Daily News

It’s likely that only a small percentage of Maine’s college-age students have even heard of Everest University, Heald College and WyoTech. The three schools are operated for profit by Corinthian Colleges Inc (CCI). None is in Maine; the two closest campuses are in the Boston area. Still, a lawsuit filed …

9:12 am , 09/21/2014 Sun Journal

NORTH BERWICK (AP) — An Amtrak train traveling from Boston to Portland struck and killed someone on the tracks in North Berwick.

9:12 am , 09/21/2014 Sun Journal

NORTH BERWICK (AP) — An Amtrak train traveling from Boston to Portland struck and killed someone on the tracks in North Berwick.

8:44 am , 09/21/2014 Sun Journal

Flames shoot out of a structure fire on Ellingwood Road in West Paris.

8:44 am , 09/21/2014 Sun Journal

WEST PARIS — An early morning fire destroyed a home on Ellingwood Road on Sunday morning. According to WMTW, the fire is believed to have started in a pellet stove. No other details a...

12:00 am , 09/21/2014 Sun Journal

Interviews with Abdifatah Ahmed In June, Minnesota Public Radio broadcast a report titled "Jihad in Syria lures Somalis from Minnesota" which included several brief Facebook interviews with Abdifatah Ahm...

12:00 am , 09/21/2014 Sun Journal

Aimee Arsenault likes to plan things, and the community is better for it. This coming weekend, a year's worth of planning and preparation by Arsenault and her team at the Dempsey Center will culminate in the 6th Dempsey Challenge in Lewiston.

12:00 am , 09/21/2014 Sun Journal

PORTLAND (AP) — Sportsmen hoping to bag a big moose are seeing increased competition from a tiny parasite that's cutting down moose populations in New England and across parts of the northern United States, prompting some states to offer hunters fewer permits or halt hunting altogether.

12:00 am , 09/21/2014 Sun Journal

One of Gardiner’s most frequented and perhaps oldest restaurant is A1 Diner, located at 3 Bridge St. The diner itself is one of the original lunch car diners constructed in Worcester, Mass., back when diners were just becoming popular. It has six booths and 14 stools at the counter.