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Maine (AP) A Maine economist says the state is poised to have three straight quarters of job increases for the first time since 2007, but that employment growth continues to be sluggish. The economic forecasts for New England states were released
Maine (AP) Combining mechanical and combat systems into an integrated network aboard U.S. warships presents cybersecurity challenges, but there's no evidence that a Navy ship has ever been hacked, according to one of the Navy's top cybersecurity
Maine (AP) Maine university officials are urging voters to support a $15.5 bond on the November ballot to upgrade the schools' classrooms and labs...Supporters are rolling out a television campaign to garner votes. They say the bond will not only
Maine (AP) Maine's public universities are trying new tactics in an effort to boost enrollment at a time when the number of high school graduates in the state is shrinking. The seven-campus University of Maine System is going after more
He jumped right into his position as director of the Columbus State University's Schwob School of Music. He'd been at the University of Southern Maine since 1992 and was the founding director when the university's music school was formed in 2002.
Maine (AP) The chief justice of Maine's highest court is being honored for her years of work improving the state's judicial system. Leigh Saufley, chief justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court, is this year's winner of the Sampson Center Catalyst
Maine (AP) A Portland high school is offering students an Arabic language class, believed to be the first of its kind in a public school in Maine. Deering High School began offering the course this fall as part of its new international curriculum.
Maine (AP) Former Maine Gov. Ken Curtis is speaking at the University of Southern Maine in an ongoing speaker series featuring past and present politicians...He will speak at USM on Thursday as part of the university's eight-week series called
Maine (AP) State of Maine officials will be on hand this month to offer information and guidance about changes occurring under the new federal health care law. Maine Bureau of Insurance will hold public information sessions on the Affordable Health
Maine (AP) Two Maine men have announced plans to run for Congress. Thirty-one-year-old Alden Smith of Sangerville says he's running in the Democratic primary for the 2nd Congressional District. The seat is now held by Democrat Mike Michaud, who's