Friday, May 24, 2013
Uncertainty over the state budget and its local impact is a major reason several Augusta city councilors said Thursday they can’t support the proposed $52.6 million city and school budget and the 6.1 percent tax increase it would bring.
Augusta residents tell City Council budget proposal unaffordable
Augusta area Memorial Day ceremonies, parades and a 5k trail race.
J.P. laments the purchases he had already planned based on winning Powerball ... which he did not win.
Local regional school unit boards, including RSU 2, RSU 4, RSU 11 RSU 12 and RSU 38, have approved draft budgets and will start holding regional budget meetings this week.
A jury on Friday convicted William E. Blodgett, 21, of Farmingdale, of aggravated assault on the second day of his trial in Kennebec County Superior Court.
Timothy Joseph Gaudette, 19, of Waterville, recorded himself having sex with a 17-year-old girl and took similar photos with a 13-year-old girl in his apartment in late March, made an initial appearance Friday in Augusta District Court of charges of gross sexual assault.
Just four people have signed up so far to help with the Winslow Family 4th of July Celebration, which brings thousands to the area and relies on volunteers for much of the work.
Beginning in early June, a Skowhegan taxi company will start serving fresh hot slices of pizza from a walk-up window at the company office on
Island Avenue, Friday and Saturday from 4:30 p.m. until 1:30 a.m.
Wesley Grose, 28, of Fairfield, has been charged with class D endangering the welfare of a child after his two-year-old son wandered out of his home and into the road Friday morning.
An Alaska woman was treated for minor injuries after she was rescued from the Kennebec River in Moxie Gore Thursday.
AUGUSTA -- The Hall-Dale boys track and field team vowed to make a run at Lisbon at the Mountain Valley Conference championships Thursday afternoon.
It’s easy to see why Monhegan Island has attracted so many artists. The island is a series of stunning visual impressions. And when we visited, colorful birds were everywhere, too!
IN ANSON, Thursday at 10:30 p.m., a theft was reported on Arnolds Lane.
The unusual directive is seen as the latest move in ongoing clashes between the governor and lawmakers.
The two suspects allegedly threatened to 'destroy the plane' after an argument with the crew.