Mega Millions: 10-22-42-61-69
Megaball: 3 Megaplier: 2
Gimme 5: 24-26-28-29-32
Day Pick 3: 7-8-2
Day Pick 4: 9-3-0-3
Evening Pick 3: 2-8-6
Evening Pick 4: 0-2-2-3
Day Pick 3: 8-8-4
Day Pick 4: 6-7-2-6
Evening Pick 3: 3-4-6
DEAR ABBY: I have been married for 45 years. My husband and I get along fine. We each have our little quirks, but after all these years, we are used to each other. There is just one thing that really bugs me about him. When repairs need to be done outside the house, we have it done — new roof, new siding, driveway paved, even solar panels.
America’s Best Idea is now just another commodity. A president who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing, as Oscar Wilde had it, wants to make it prohibitively expensive for many to enter the most popular national parks.
On Nov. 6, 1977, 39 people were killed when the Kelly Barnes Dam in Georgia burst, sending a wall of water through Toccoa Falls College.
Have you ever had the experience of watching with joy as someone buys that fixer-upper in the neighborhood. Have you ever had that moment of elation, only to see the lawn pile up with three derelict cars, the porch caves in and suddenly there’s inexplicably six stray cats you never noticed before relieving themselves in your garden?
AUGUSTA (AP) — Maine’s top election official is predicting a “low to moderate” turnout on Election Day.
Tomorrow is Election Day. Some voters may wonder, “why bother? This is an off-year. Besides, with legislative hijinks following 2016’s citizens initiatives, it seems as though my vote doesn’t count.”
If that’s your stance, we ask that you reconsider and vote.
Now that power has been mostly restored after a nasty rainstorm packing hurricane-force gusts, scientists are ready to take a look at the impact on forests.
The Maine Forest Service will use aircraft this week for a preliminary look to determine whether a more extensive damage assessment is needed.
As of Sunday, electricity was restored 99 percent of Central Maine Power Co. According to the company’s estimates, some 6,000 were still in the dark.
Now, many Midcoast residents are facing debris cleanup, repairs and replacement of spoiled food from the impact of last Monday’s storm.
PORTLAND (AP) — The Maine ethics commission has levied $500,000 in fines against the four committees behind a referendum that, if approved Nov. 7, would allow a casino in York County.
The Maine Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices levied the fine Friday.
PORTLAND (AP) — Maine lawmakers are returning to Augusta following Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s veto of a bill to regulate and tax the sale of marijuana.
A two-thirds vote of lawmakers present Monday evening will determine whether or not the veto stands.
BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College’s Joseph McKeen Center for the Common Good has opened its 2017- 2018 Common Good Grant application process. This year, community organizations may apply for a grant of up to $ 2,500 or for a $ 5,000 grant that may increase their impact on their constituents.
BRUNSWICK — Brunswick Downtown Association’s, Early Bird Sale and Rolling Slumber Bed Race event, is scheduled for Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11.
BRUNSWICK (AP) — The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority likes to tout the number of jobs created at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station. But the airport is growing, too.
Officials say the Brunswick Executive Airport had 1,795 flight operations through the end of October, besting the previous year by 200.
BRUNSWICK — The American Red Cross is asking Mainers to donate blood.
The organization says a decline in donations occurs from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day when donors are busy with holiday activities and travel.
Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood, according to the Red Cross.