Monday, December 9, 2013
Sean R. Kingston, 38, of Wiscasset and Gardiner, has been charged with illegal firearms possession following the weekend shooting of a 34-year-old Gardiner woman.
Police seek man after girlfriend shot in Gardiner
When Michael M. Boucher Sr. was convicted in 1991 of murdering 18-year-old Debra Dill, her family thought he would be in a maximum security prison for the rest of his life. But state officials will consider his release in May.
Boucher parole hearing transcript
Melvin Hubbard appeared in court Monday after police say he smashed two windows, injuring the eyes and face of a man during the attack.
The pileup occurs on the Portland side of the bridge around 5:37 p.m. and disrupts rush-hour traffic.
A service is scheduled for 5 p.m. in Monument Square.
A new building between Civic Center Drive and Maine Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery would serve as the Guard’s new joint forces headquarters, replacing several buildings at Camp Keyes, next to the Augusta State Aiport.
Four downtown businesses were broken into overnight Sunday into Monday in a search for quick cash.
Critics say arming rangers is unnecessary and would transform their role and relationship with the public.
The remaining stock has been sold, and the Treasury secretary says the alternative to saving the company would have been worse.
Jed Wartman, who works at Colby College, is moving to the Waterville school’s campus.
Firefighters from six towns battled a blaze this morning at a two-story house on Aborn Hill Road in Waldo County town.
Fire marshal rules accidental fire started in SUV parked next to home.
The Maine Bureau of Insurance will hold a public informational session on the Affordable Care Act in Bangor on Tuesday.
Several Maine towns far from health insurance sign-up help
The VA tries to reach out to the growing number of women who have served as many face sexism as well as mental health and financial issues.
The low hits that cause such injuries come as defenders try to avoid penalties for hitting the head.
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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