Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Aimed at encouraging background checks before private sales, the bill faces a likely LePage veto.
VoteTRAC: Private gun sales background checks
Kyle Dube has pleaded not guilty in the death of 15-year-old Nichole Cable.
Residents in Fayette, Litchfield and Mount Vernon approved municipal budgets at their annual Town Meetings on Saturday.
An 18,000 pound, 35-year-old unused Greater Augusta Utility District water tank was removed from the ground in a Blaine Avenue neighborhood Wednesday after being discovered by a DOT crew.
The Farmingdale Town Meeting and election this week will center on the proposed $1,190,941 budget and the election of either Rickey McKenna or James Grant to the Board of Selectmen.
Towns across central Maine are preparing for the loss of municipal revenue sharing from the state by passing the burden on to taxpayers, withdrawing from the undesignated fund balance or cutting services.
Database: Potential municipal revenue sharing losses, FY 14
A Harpswell woman is taking her fight to keep her koi fish to the state Supreme Court in an effort to make the invasive species legal in Maine.
The Afghan president is angered when the Taliban casts its new office in Qatar as a rival Afghan embassy.
The game has changed since Amy Vachon led the Cony High School girls basketball team to a pair of Class A state championships and went on to star for the University of Maine. But ...
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.