Trans Teen Wins $75K in School Restroom Discrimination Lawsuit
After a five-year battle that started in elementary school, Nicole Maines will be leaving a lasting legacy for all trans students as she graduates high school. read more
Applications Now Available for Iberdrola USA Foundation 2015/2016 Energy & Environment Scholarships
NEW GLOUCESTER, Maine, Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Iberdrola USA Foundation, in conjunction with Fundacion Iberdrola is now accepting scholarship applications for master's studies in energy and/or ...
Financial advice goes down a lot better with a free meal
Would you listen to a guy talk about Social Security for a free meal at Ruth?s Chris Steakhouse? Count me in.
St. Anthony: Building adventure travel agency has been an adventure
Tara and Jordan Harvey, founders of Knowmad Adventures, at Machu Picchu, Peru, in 2012.
A ring for the bell ringers
Christmas spirit: Salvation Army folks in Boston found a diamond engagement ring valued at $1,850 in one of their collection kettles last week. A note from the anonymous donor said she was giving it in honor of her late husband, who was a generous giver, especially at Christmastime.
Minnesota high school football: Year in review
Staff writers David La Vaque and Jim Paulsen shared some of their favorite moments covering this fall?s high school football season.
Edwards looks to make a big impact after year off the court
The junior Canadian transfer is ready for his time under the lights in Bramlage Coliseum
New Web Article Highlights 30 "Dirty" Degrees That Get Students Out of the Classroom
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- OnlineSchoolsCenter.com has released their list of the 30 Degrees That Will Get You Dirty which compiles a list of degrees that prepare students for jobs ...
Million Dollar Mystery: Piper Kidnapping Still Fascinates 42 Years Later
The afternoon of July 27, 1972, was just another Thursday afternoon in the garden for 49-year old Virginia Piper. That all changed in the blink of an eye. Two armed, masked men show up at her sprawling estate in Orono not far from Lake Minnetonka...
University OKs candy after 'religious symbol' fight
The University of Maine will allow the halls to be decked with candy canes, after all.