After more than half of the respondents to a survey in Bar Harbor said the cruise ship industry is hurting the town, local officials on Tuesday said they will pursue more restrictions on the amount of cruise ship traffic the popular tourist town gets each year.
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Standing atop the podium where no Filipino had stood before, a tearful Hidilyn Diaz, who serves in the Philippine Air Force, snapped off a salute.
Mayor Bill de Blasio cited the risk of the Delta variant in announcing the new mandate, which will apply to roughly 340,000 city workers. Those who refuse will be put on leave without pay.
Simone Biles, arguably the greatest gymnast in history, says she feels like the "the weight of the world" is on her shoulders.
The elements of the bouquet carry a deeper story, and they are years in the making. They're meant to symbolize the country rising from the devastating earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
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A legacy of racist language and iconography lived on after Sockalexis, and in 1915 the team that was known as the Cleveland Spiders became the Cleveland Indians — a name that the team and its fans claim was chosen to honor Sockalexis and Native people in general, but in reality had a far more complicated, racist origin.
Maine teachers will be protected by a new law designed to prevent workplace bullying of educators.
Rep. Chris Johansen, a Republican legislator from Monticello who has been an outspoken opponent of coronavirus restrictions, has reportedly contracted COVID-19.
The Maine CDC is reporting another 70 cases of the coronavirus on Saturday.
Monday—Stimulant drugs include cocaine, methamphetamines, and medications used for attention deficit disorder. The growing use of stimulants is a significant problem. We'll learn what's being done about it.
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