MILLINOCKET, Maine (AP) — A former Boston College cross-country runner has traversed the 2,190-mile (3,524-kilometer) Appalachian Trail in record time after a sleepless, 37-hour sprint to the top of Maine's Mount Katahdin.
The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine and the Maine Office of Attorney General entered into a consent agreement with David P. Johnson, PA. The consent agreement resolves a complaint concerning Mr. Johnson’s misuse of a substance.
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