Business News

9:18 am , 11/22/2014 Sun Journal

LIMINGTON (AP) — Authorities are investigating a hit-and-run in Limington that injured a teenage pedestrian. The York County Sheriff's office said a 16-year-girl was walking on Route 11 on Friday around 5:30 p.m. when she was struck by a vehicle and thrown into a ditch.

8:51 am , 11/22/2014 Sun Journal

PORTLAND (AP) — Police are investigating a shooting that killed a man in Portland. Police were called to an apartment complex on Brighton Avenue Friday night for a report of shots fired.

8:51 am , 11/22/2014 Sun Journal

PORTLAND (AP) — Police are investigating a shooting that killed a man in Portland. Police were called to an apartment complex on Brighton Avenue Friday night for a report of shots fired.

8:28 am , 11/22/2014 Sun Journal

ORONO (AP) — The University of Maine is calling on football fans to don their finest flannel apparel this weekend to break a world record.

10:54 pm , 11/21/2014 Sun Journal

ORONO — Regional bias or aesthetic preference in offensive football aside, please don’t pretend you saw Friday night coming. Winslow’s 62-14 rout of Leavitt at Morse Field shattered the record for most points by a Class C champion in the final.

10:54 pm , 11/21/2014 Sun Journal

ORONO — Regional bias or aesthetic preference in offensive football aside, please don’t pretend you saw Friday night coming. Winslow’s 62-14 rout of Leavitt at Morse Field shattered the record for most points by a Class C champion in the final.

10:25 pm , 11/21/2014 Sun Journal

ORONO — Dylan Hapworth will reap the headlines, the highlights, the postseason banquet hardware and a lion’s share of the acclaim for Winslow’s 10th football state championship.

10:25 pm , 11/21/2014 Sun Journal

ORONO — Dylan Hapworth will reap the headlines, the highlights, the postseason banquet hardware and a lion’s share of the acclaim for Winslow’s 10th football state championship.

8:55 pm , 11/21/2014 Sun Journal

RUMFORD — The search for a Rumford teen who was missing for five hours late Thursday afternoon was found uninjured by Maine wardens, Rumford police Chief Stacy Carter said Friday.

8:55 pm , 11/21/2014 Sun Journal

RUMFORD — The search for a Rumford teen who was missing for five hours late Thursday afternoon was found uninjured by Maine wardens, Rumford police Chief Stacy Carter said Friday.