Monday, December 9, 2013
Sean Kingston, 30, of Wiscasset and Gardiner, has been charged with illegal firearms possession following the weekend shooting of a 34-year-old Gardiner woman.
Police seek man after girlfriend shot in Gardiner
But the city must decide how big the project, which can’t happen until 2016, will be.
Seth Collins gives a server at Flatbread a $500 tip as he travels the country repeating the kindness in memory of his late brother.
Jed Wartman, who works at Colby College, is moving to the Waterville school’s campus.
Firefighters from six towns battled a blaze this morning at a two-story house on Aborn Hill Road in Waldo County town.
Homeowner Ben Martin believes fire was started by parked vehicle and spread to the house two feet away.
The Maine Bureau of Insurance will hold a public informational session on the Affordable Care Act in Bangor on Tuesday.
Several Maine towns far from health insurance sign-up help
The VA tries to reach out to the growing number of women who have served as many face sexism as well as mental health and financial issues.
Last year’s auction of seasonal centerpieces and wreaths helped raise $3,000 to pay for the heating costs of Manchester residents.
More than half of the nation’s flight cancellations on Monday were at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
Snow turns to rain, sleet in most of Maine for evening commute
Tom Brady throws 2 TD passes in final 64 seconds as the Patriots stun the Browns, 27-26.
Police say the victim was transported to the hospital after his eyes were injured by the glass.
Police Chief Dana Kelley said the arrests stem from the purchase of drugs – cocaine, heroin and prescription pills – by undercover police officers.
Fryeburg Water Company was crowned last year’s winner.
Peter Wilson has learned not to judge people who don’t put any money in his kettle.
The low hits that cause such injuries come as defenders try to avoid penalties for hitting the head.
The Maine Harvest Festival in Bangor featured over 120 of Maine’s top producers with cooking demonstrations, lots of tasty treats and many great stories. We were impressed!
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