Thursday, April 24, 2014
Investigators say it could be months before they know what caused Aundria St. Amand’s car to crash into the woods last week in Vassalboro.
Police name woman, 18, killed in Vassalboro crash
A judge limits the request. Her lawyer says it’s likely an attempt to portray the Maine CDC employee as unstable.
Maine agency reviewing contradictions in document-shredding testimony
Christopher Charrier’s attorney estimates medical bills were $100,000 after gate struck spectators.
Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols said the move does not fix problems created when the jail became a 72-hour holding center.
A new exhibit at Skowhegan History House features the role of river drivers riding logs down the Kennebec River to paper mills lining the banks.
U.S. first responders to the July train explosion say they will bring French speakers with them next time they respond to a Quebec emergency.
A grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will fund 30 percent of a $550,000 project to replace an exposed sewer pipe along Cobbossee Stream.
Dana Wilde writes that they arrive in huge crowds and remind us, as Thoreau wrote, ‘the coming in of spring is like the creation of Cosmos out of Chaos.’
Daniel Dubois and Alicia Goodwin were arrested Friday on U.S. Route 201 after police stopped and searched their Chevrolet Equinox.
The chamber’s Elias A. Joseph Award was created to honor Joseph for his dedication of more than 28 years of volunteering.
He could spend up to 20 years in prison for stealing from the bishop, a hospital and the estate of a dead priest.
The initiative is part of an Obama administration effort to trim the nation’s prison population and ease sentencing disparites, especially for drug crimes.
Boston’s John Lackey dominates with 11 strikeouts, while Michael Pineda faces his second controversy in two weeks.
April 24, 2014 From today’s newspaper
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