Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Home sales, and prices, across the state are on the rise, according to April sales data and local real estate agents, and central Maine is seeing the results.
The Maine Hospital Association supports both ideas, but Republicans say they're ready to block the bill if the two concepts aren't considered separately.
Hospital payback, Medicaid expansion hinge on LePage
Q&A: The facts surrounding the parties' disagreement
People chant at the start of a lunchtime rally to protest Gov. Paul LePage's budget plan on Wednesday, on the plaza outside west entrance of the State House in Augusta.
In February, summer seems like just a legend. In May when the lilacs open out it’s clear the legend is coming to life, and for a few months, winter is the ancient myth. So is it written.
Christopher Knight, 47, the man known as the North Pond Hermit, will not be in Kennebec County Superior Court Wednesday as scheduled, on charges of burglarizing Pine Tree Camp in Rome.
SPECIAL SECTION: Maine's North Pond Hermit
West Gardiner selectmen will host a public hearing Thursday on a proposed ordinance that would allow residents to recall elected officials.
Crews next week will begin putting another layer of pavement along Route 32 from Waldoboro to Jefferson, according to the Maine Department of Transportation.
Eagle Rental of Waterville will have to pay use tax on four Cadillac Escalades driven by company owner Dan Bickford and his wife Jane, who is company vice president and treasurer. the Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled Tuesday.
Maine Supreme Judicial Court decision, State Tax Assessor vs Eagle Rental (PDF)
Rodney Bouffard will replace Patricia Barnhart, who was fired earlier this year.
Edwards-United Technologies, of Pittsfield, was one of five businesses in the state recognized by the governor's office and the state Department of Environmental Protection with a 2013 Environmental Excellence award Wednesday.
The following cases were closed March 4-8, 2013, in Skowhegan District court.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Indians manager Terry Francona is bracing for a lump in his throat and maybe a tear or two. He's going back to Boston.
Mitchell Zukor is a disaster waiting to happen — and waiting for disasters to happen to himself and the rest of us.
IN ANSON, Tuesday at 10:55 a.m., a theft was reported on Lloyd Road.
USA Telephone has been planning to end its service next month, but Fairpoint shuts down the transmission lines USA used because the company stopped paying to use them.
The four include Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical Muslim cleric who was targeted, and three others who were not targets of counterterror operations in Pakistan and Yemen.