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
Randomized trials on vitamin D also showed little to no effect in lowering risk for diabetes, infectious diseases and mood disorders.
The decision provides legal protection for wind farms that get a permit and do everything possible to avoid killing eagles.
Amina Ege, 41, is accused of illegally receiving benefits over a nine-year period starting in 2004.
An investigation determined the bullet that killed the moose came from the officer’s gun and the shooting was unintentional.
Fifteen-year-old Abigail Hernandez of North Conway was last seen Oct. 9 after leaving high school.
Missing N.H. teen was in contact with mother
Contrary to previous statements, the uncle and nephew saw each other once every few months while the younger Obama was in Cambridge.
Winter season starts in earnest tonight
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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