Asheville, North Carolina, Is Home to America's Highest Number of Breweries per Person

Hailed as home to the South' s best brewing scene- dubbed" the Colorado of the East" by some- Asheville is jam-packed with craft beer gardens and tap rooms galo
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Dunkin' Announces Pumpkin Coffee, New Fall Doughnuts for 2019

Dunkin' customers can order a classic pumpkin coffee in the form of hot, iced, cold brew, espresso or frozen coffee starting August 21, which is about a week ea
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Lawyers seeks to have confession tossed in deputy killing

The lawyer for a man charged with the killing of a Maine sheriff's deputy is ready to argue that his confession should be tossed
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Former Portland developer indicted for investor fraud

A former Portland developer and another man accused of duping investors are now facing federal wire fraud and securities fraud charges
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US still sends lots of lobster to China, but tariff a worry

Preliminary data from the federal government say U.S. lobster exports to China held steady this year despite tariffs imposed during trade hostilities between th
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Experts report spike in harp seal strandings on East Coast

Experts are trying to pinpoint what is causing a sharp increase in harp seal strandings in Maine
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Warm and casual Southwest style is hot in decor

Southwestern style's earthy colors, rich textures, tribal patterns, rustic elements are back in the decor spotlight
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NBA reminding teams to keep cool when hot with referees

The NBA is not happy that tensions between teams and referees seem to be rising
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Portland airport sees busiest year in history

Officials in Portland, Maine, say the airport in the city had the busiest year in its history in 2018
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Connecticut runners part of debate over transgender athletes

Connecticut high school runners part of debate over transgender athletes
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Despite suit, effort for Robert Indiana museum is advancing

The foundation tasked with transforming pop artist Robert Indiana's island home into a Maine museum displaying his work will be is moving forward despite a laws
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Washington state measles outbreak now at 65 confirmed cases

A Washington state health department has identified another new case of measles, bringing the state total to 66
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UCLA women rally from 22-down to stun No. 2 Oregon

Kennedy Burke had a career-high 29 points and UCLA came back from a 22-point deficit to knock off No. 2 Oregon 74-69
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Grand jury: No criminal wrongdoing in cop shooting man

A Multnomah County grand jury has found no criminal wrongdoing in the fatal police shooting of a 36-year-old legally blind man who had schizophrenia
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State Senate panel advances bill limiting vaccine exemptions

A Washington state Senate committee has advanced a measure that would do away with the option for parents to claim a personal or philosophical exemption for the
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Caseworkers face rising demands, lack of placements for kids

The latest review of Maine's child welfare system finds caseworkers have faced rising caseloads, poorly explained policy changes and an ongoing shortage of plac
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BMW, Daimler: You can trust us with car-sharing data

Automakers Daimler and BMW are formally launching their joint venture in services that make it possible to use their cars without necessarily owning one
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Oregon housing squeeze sets stage for statewide rent control

Oregon is poised to become the first U.S. state to impose mandatory rent controls
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2 Oregon lawmakers demoted for rude behavior

A leader of the Oregon Legislature demoted two Oregon lawmakers on Thursday for disrespectful and rude behavior as the statehouse tries to make itself a more re
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Maine governor adds boost to major power line project

Central Maine Power's package of incentives has won Democratic Gov. Janet Mills' support for a 145-mile transmission line to supply Canadian hydropower to consu
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Maine supreme court declines to dismiss defamation lawsuit

The Maine supreme court has declined to dismiss a defamation lawsuit against a Maine activist who accused an orphanage founder in Haiti of being a serial pedoph
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Oregon set to become 1st state with mandatory rent controls

Oregon is on track to becoming the first state to impose mandatory rent controls, with a measure establishing tenant protections moving through the Legislature
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Maine's highest court upholds conviction in 1980 murder case

Maine's highest court has upheld the murder conviction of a man who was sentenced for the 1980 death of a 16-year-old in a case that stymied investigators for d
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Washington lawmakers weigh 2 vaccine exemption bills

Washington lawmakers weigh two measures that would remove parents' ability to claim a personal or philosophical exemption to vaccinating their school-age childr
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