Friday, March 7, 2014
Council passes a resolve urging the Legislature not to pass a bill that could cost city more than $200,000 after toning down the language.
The bill, sponsored by Rep. Lori Fowle, D-Vassalboro, would no longer require small businesses that host fundraisers for charities to register with the state.
State order to halt to Red Barn benefits raises flap
Red Barn fundraising experience highlights state law
A quick thaw could spell trouble for towns along the Kennebec River, officials said at Thursday’s annual River Flow Advisory Commission meeting.
Risk of ice jam flooding on Kennebec River 'no greater than normal'
The man who held up a convenience store early Tuesday morning wore a sweatshirt with a logo for the Irish Twins Pub on Main Street in Lewiston.
Search for pajama-clad robber continues
Police seek help finding Winthrop robber
The governor, citing a provision halting virtual charter schools, rejects the proposal within hours of its final passage in the Senate.
Virtual charter school eager to get started in Maine
Special Report: The profit motive behind virtual schools in Maine
The approval of a new virtual charter school means school districts in Skowhegan, Madison and North Anson are budgeting additional money.
Commission approves Maine’s first virtual charter school
Maine charter schools break new ground
Samuel Moore is charged with manslaughter in the death of a 5-month-old baby he was hired to look after.
The foundation has awarded nearly 23,000 grants worth almost $11.5 million since establishing the program in 2009.
The win comes five days after the Capitals defeated Boston.
March 7, 2014
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