Friday, December 6, 2013
Gov. Paul LePage said global warming could help bring business to Maine, drawing criticism from those who say he is ignoring the negative effects of climate change.
Lynda and Mike MacFarland, who have been selling Greyhound bus tickets for 35 years, are saying goodbye to Augusta and hello to retirement.
Victim’s friend recalls Namer helping others, giving rides.
The Monmouth Rescue Association says it will end service in January, leaving town officials to look for a new provider.
The quarterback led the Rams of Augusta to the Class B state football championship last month.
Kathy Mattingly, 57, repaid the $18,154.28 as part of her guilty plea entered Tuesday in Waldo County Superior Court.
Former Troy clerk pleads guilty to embezzling town funds
Agents conducted undercover heroin purchases from Macarthur Taylor, including several in designated drug-free zones near schools, said Maine Drug Enforcement Agency Commander Scott Pelletier.
Robert Harvey, 75, apparently lost consciousness and drove off the road into a tree, police said.
The situation had seemed bleak just a day earlier when dozens of whales appeared fatigued and unmotivated about moving to deeper waters necessary for their survival.
If hiring continues at its current pace, a virtuous cycle will start to build: More jobs typically lead to more pay, more spending and faster growth.
The athletic director says the university has ‘zero tolerance’ for unsportsmanlike behavior.
The group approves draft legislation allowing up to 5,000 video slot machines and 150 table games.
The state is investigating the data breach by contractor JPMorgan Chase, which waited nearly three months to notify officials.
Over the last month, Josh Gordon has sprinted his way into the NFL record books, quickly blossoming into one of the most-feared threats in the game.
December 6, 2013
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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