Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Central Maine Healthcare seeks an expedited hearing and release of information on an Anthem-MaineHealth insurance plan that would be offered under the Affordable Care Act.
The bill would extend health insurance to more than 60,000 low-income Mainers under the federal Affordable Care Act.
LePage's finance chief wants to avoid government shutdown
Augusta residents complaints about trucks getting hung up on a tight right-angle corner have city councilors considering banning heavy trucks from Macomber Avenue, a residential street between Winthrop Road and Western Avenue.
The registration fee increase – from $40 to $45 a year for residents – could still face a veto.
But a Saco senator calls the vote 'an insult,' as it goes against a legislative committee's recommendation.
A Corinna man, Glenn A. Graves, 57, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Kennebec County Superior Court to sex offenses dating from more than a quarter-century ago.
The policy comes after a series of articles about the Department of Environmental Protection.
The Augusta Board of Education meets Wednesday night to try to finalize the $27.4 million school budget.
The bill would likely slow – and eventually replace – Gov. Paul LePage's A-F grading system, which was introduced early last month.
Dental hygiene therapists would be able to do more procedures, such as filling cavities and pulling teeth, which only dentists now do.
The vote likely means the bill – a sweeping gun-control measure before it was weakened by lawmakers – will die.
Dana Wilson of Brewer was arrested a month after his induction.
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.