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Power outages disrupt train service

Amtrak cancels two trains between Portland and Boston on Friday, citing ongoing power outages in New Hampshire.

GOP hopes class of black Republicans is trend

Election Night 2014 was more than a landslide win for congressional Republicans -- it was a historic moment for black Republicans in particular.

Poll: Most Americans say things are going well

For the first time since 2007, a majority of Americans think things are going well in the nation, a new CNN/ORC International poll found.

Gouldsboro couple found dead in apparent murder suicide

A 65-year-old man shot and killed his 75-year-old wife before killing himself, state police said.

Maine families spend Thanksgiving without power

The day after a November nor’easter, Central Maine Power headed out with a mission to restore power to nearly 100,000 customers.

Fire destroys fire captain's home

A Fire started in a garage and spread to the home of a fire captain in Bath.

Portland issues Yellow Zone parking ban

The City of Portland has issued a Yellow Zone parking ban for Thursday night into Friday morning for snow removal.

Tom Hanks to host DC Christmas Tree lighting

Actor Tom Hanks and his wife, actress and singer Rita Wilson, will co-host the National Christmas Tree lighting next week, the National Park Service announced Wednesday.

Crash in Berwick kills 1

Berwick police say a Nissan sedan slid into a box truck on Wednesday afternoon and the Nissan driver was killed.

Snow doesn't stop volunteers from helping needy

The snow may be slowing a lot of Thanksgiving plans, but not for two local groups serving those in need this holiday.