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DES Daughter Petitions Eli Lilly to "Fess Up on DES"

DES Daughter Petitions Eli Lilly to "Fess Up on DES"

The recent DES breast cancer trial against drug manufacturer Eli Lilly was a momentous event for Maine DES daughter Patricia Royall. The case was settled out of court on the second day, before all evidence was heard.

The Fogcutters Nominated to Play The Grammys!

The Fogcutters Nominated to Play The Grammys!

Hey Mainers,

One of the BEST bands in Portland has been nominated to play the Grammys!  Come on Maine, let's put one of our bands on the national map!  Vote HERE!  Feel free to forward this link to anyone and everyone you want.  And anyone in the country can vote!  

Cheverus boys hockey beats Brunswick

BRUNSWICK (NEWS CENTER) - Cheverus improved to 7-1 on the season after a 4-1 win over Brunswick

Portland Museum of Art Completes Banner Year

Portland Museum of Art Completes Banner Year

The Portland Museum of Art (PMA) finished 2012 with the highest attendance in more than a decade and the second-highest attendance in museum history. The PMA had 177,824 visitors in 2012, a 34 percent increase from the previous year. Additionally, the museum broke a historic attendance record with 25,853 visitors for the month of December.

Bowdoin men's hockey ranked 4th, women 7th

BRUNSWICK - The Bowdoin College hockey teams both jumped two spots in the latest USCHO.com Division III polls released on Monday afternoon.

The Bowdoin men (11-0-1) stand fourth in the rankings while the Bowdoin women (8-1-1) moved to seventh. Bowdoin and Norwich are the only schools to have both their men's and women's teams appear in the top-seven of their respective Division III polls.

Following a pair of conference road wins at Hamilton and Amherst last weekend, the men's team is the lone remaining unbeaten team in Division III men's ice hockey. Bowdoin received one first-place vote in the poll and boasts its highest ranking in the USCHO.com poll since standing #3 on February 4, 2002.

After making its first appearance in the Division III Women's Poll since

Police: No names released in Zumba prostitution case

(NEWS CENTER) - Police in Kennebunk say that no names will be released this week in connection with the prostitution case of Alexis Wright.

The names are being released bi-weekly and had been scheduled for Friday, Jan. 4th but the release was postponed for a weekend.

In a media release Monday afternoon, Lieutenant Anthony Burpee says that no names will be released in this week's blotter while the department prepares for the trial of Mark Strong.

Police say that Strong was Wright's co-conspirator in the case. They will be tried separately.

How to Find Out if You Are a DES Daughter

How to Find Out if You Are a DES Daughter

Since my post about the DES breast cancer trial that gets underway in Boston this week, I’ve been asked how you would know if you were exposed to DES. Read more.