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The legislation will speed government payments of $1,200 to most Americans and increase jobless benefits for millions of people thrown out of work. [Read More]
The letter signed by Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King and Reps. Chellie Pingree and Jared Golden asks the Navy to apply the same standards... [Read More]
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Los Angeles Sparks guard Sydney Wiese said her symptoms are mild. [Read More]
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Danny Ainge, the Celtics' president of basketball operations, is still busy while the league is suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
The gym on Falmouth Street in Portland will be open to men and woman who need shelter and aren't showing symptoms of having COVID-19. [Read More]
Olympic officials say that the 6,200 athletes who have already qualified will retain their spot in the rescheduled games. [Read More]
Even after the winning streak this week the market is down 25% from the peak it reached a month ago. [Read More]
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The United States becomes the first country to surpass 100,000 infections, and worrisome numbers are reported in New Orleans, Chicago and Detroit. [Read More]
Police scream at the homeless as the nation's coronavirus cases reach 1,170, the most in Africa. [Read More]
Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., pushed for a roll call vote on the sweeping $2.2 trillion coronavirus package. [Read More]
The Celtics guard tested positive for the coronavirus last week. [Read More]
The season could end closer to Christmas than Halloween, if it's able to start at all. [Read More]
The North Carolina congressman and President Trump's incoming chief of staff worked with Democrats to pass the $2 trillion aid package. [Read More]
Zoom happy hours and family reunions, and other video conferencing options, are keeping Mainers connected despite being isolated in their homes. [Read More]
'Distance Saves Lives' blood drives will be held each of the next 10 Wednesdays with a goal of producing more than 1,000 pints of donated... [Read More]
Salaries will be prorated based on games played, and service time will accrue even if the season in canceled. [Read More]
The USS Theodore Roosevelt and its contingent of warplanes may be sidelined for days, sitting pier side in Guam as the entire crew is tested. [Read More]
Kennebunkport selectmen to mull beach closure at Monday meeting... [Read More]
High school coaches can recommend activities to promote wellness for individuals but cannot recommend any team activities. [Read More]
As churches are forced to suspend regular services during the pandemic, some pastors are finding creative ways to stay connected with parishioners. [Read More]
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