Regional Sports

1:00 am , 10/24/2014 Sun Journal

NEW YORK (AP) — An emergency room doctor who recently returned to the city after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus, becoming the first case in the city and the fourth in the nation. Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov.

12:40 am , 10/24/2014 Sun Journal

When Sebastian Walker traveled to Maine in August to document the drug abuse epidemic, he already knew some sobering statistics. The state has one of the worst rates of opiate addiction in the country.

12:00 am , 10/24/2014 Sun Journal

When Janet Mills was first sworn in as Maine's Attorney General, the poet Henry Braun stepped up and handed her a note to keep in her pocket. When Mills finally had a chance to read the note, what it said was both predictable and profound.

11:06 pm , 10/23/2014 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — There wasn't much entertainment for cartoonist Bill Barnes as a child in Lagos, West Africa. With no radio or television in the gated compound he called home, Barnes relied on his own creativity to pass the time — and it stuck.

6:39 pm , 10/23/2014 Sun Journal

FARMINGTON — After throwing three consecutive prayers and reaping an improbable, last-second touchdown as the answer, few high school football teams would welcome the pressure of kicking an extra point to win the game.

12:13 pm , 10/23/2014 Sun Journal

PORTLAND — The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife may advocate for the defeat of a ballot question that asks voters to change the way bears are hunted in Maine, a Superior Court judge ruled Wednesday.

11:19 pm , 10/22/2014 Sun Journal

Poland Regional High School's Amanda Dube fires a shot past an opposing player during a game earlier this season. Dube has been names the Western maine Conference Division 1 (Class B) Player of the Year.

2:57 pm , 10/22/2014 Sun Journal

LEWISTON — They may have gone head to head at times, but for the most part Mayor Robert Macdonald and Gov. Paul LePage see eye to eye.

12:00 am , 10/22/2014 Sun Journal

A student walks through the driving rain at Bates College in Lewiston on Wednesday. More heavy rain is expected today. 

12:00 am , 10/22/2014 Sun Journal

More than 500 Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School students gather on the gym floor Wednesday to beat the world record for the number of people simultaneously performing sit-ups, which before this was 262.