Regional Sports

11:40 pm , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — The city would add up to eight firefighter positions to the Central Station roster based on a federal grant proposal.

11:30 pm , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — Whaddya say, St. Dom’s and Lewiston hockey loyalists? Same time, same place, next year?

11:25 pm , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — Promoters of a summer Twin Cities country concert have two venues to choose from: City councilors agreed Tuesday to make Simard-Payne Memorial Park an option.

11:18 pm , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — The city will eliminate Lisbon Street turning lanes at Pine and Ash streets and add a dedicated downtown bike lane, councilors agreed Tuesday night. Councilors approved the changes by a 4-3 vote.

9:45 pm , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — A local attorney won the first case he argued before the highest court in the country. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday in favor of George Isaacson's client, Direct Marketing Association, a group based in New York and Washington.

9:25 pm , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — Scarborough's Cinderella postseason run continues.  After taking out top-seeded Falmouth in the Western A semifinals on Saturday, the fourth-seeded Red Storm toppled No. 2 seed Cheverus, 5-2, in the regional final on Tuesday at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee.

5:25 pm , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

John Ward recently built a snow cave beside his home on Oxbow Lane in Lewiston. "I was shoveling all the snow from my driveway and porch into this gigantic pile and figured, what the heck, why not make an igloo?" Ward said.

5:10 pm , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — The Legislature is considering whether to provide an option for Maine’s school superintendents to tack on an hour a day rather than extend the school year to make up for the season’s snow days and other emergency closures. The bill,

5:10 pm , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

Bicycles that were covered in snow a week and a half ago begin to poke out of a snowbank in front of Hopkins House on the campus of Bates College in Lewiston on Tuesday morning.

12:00 am , 03/03/2015 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — The former Diamond Phoenix facility, now known as System Logistics and owned by the Italian company Modula, on Tuesday announced a $6 million investment and upgrade at its Alfred Plourde Parkway facility in Lewiston.