Wednesday, June 19, 2013
But the bill has little Republican support, setting up a likely veto from Gov. Paul LePage.
VoteTRAC: Private gun sales background checks
The Afghan president is angered when the Taliban casts its new office in Qatar as a rival Afghan embassy.
The independent gubernatorial candidate wants his opponents to support a run-off election or ranked-choice voting to ensure the winner gets at least 50 percent of the vote.
Three people were arrested this afternoon after drug enforcement agents and police from several agencies stopped a car on Community Drive.
After six years in the morning slot, Moss says she has no hard feelings and understands that change is part of the TV industry.
Horace Barstow, 67, of Norridgewock, a former Somerset County sheriff’s deputy and husband of a daycare owner, pleaded guilty Wednesday to four counts of unlawful sexual contact with children under the age of 14.
Former deputy accused of molesting Norridgewock daycare children indicted
Norridgewock man faces new accusations of child molestation
The brother of one president and the son of another, as well as a possible 2016 candidate himself, Bush will appear at an event hosted by a who's who of Maine Republicans.
A Bingham man, Brandon L. Sherwood, 29, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a single count of arson for a fire in March that destroyed the Bingham town garage and all of the equipment inside.
Bingham arson arrest based on boot prints taken at scene, says affidavit
Despite unanimous passage in the Senate, the compromise plan faces another hurdle: price.
Residents in Mount Vernon approved the $1.02 million municipal budget at the annual Town Meeting on Saturday.
BOSTON (AP) -- His teammates always knew Daniel Paille was more than a speedy penalty killer who specialized in defense for the Boston Bruins.
Award-winning actor, songwriter, and producer Keith Carradine will be honored at the 2013 Maine International Film Festival with the Mid-Life Achievement Award in July.