Monday, May 20, 2013
The governor says he'll focus on that effort if he's re-elected, but reiterates his opposition to a plan that would cut the income tax rate in half while raising and lowering other taxes.
Waterville city councilors to consider a deal with private recycling firm, Shredding on Site, to establish a drop-off program for residents at 46 Armory Road that would be similar to the one Skills Recycling operates now.
The five people injured in a two-vehicle crash on state Route 150 in Skowhegan Saturday evening have been released from a local hospital.
Five hospitalized in Skowhegan two-vehicle crash Saturday
Gardiner and Augusta police departments will be among those across the state to step up enforcement of the state’s mandatory seat belt law over the next two weeks as part of the national Click-it-or-Ticket campaign.
Campaign targets seat belt violators in Maine
Kelly Roy had raised concerns about financial irregularities in the town's Finance Department.
The body of Charles Scontras, 58, was found late Saturday after a police standoff and fire that destroyed his two-story house.
Neighbors: Man killed in Saco standoff was troubled
Senate Democrats vote to advance a bill that ties Medicaid expansion with Gov. Paul LePage’s plan to repay the state’s $181 million share of back payments to Maine’s hospitals.
Even as school officials have made cuts elsewhere and overall enrollment has declined by 3.6 percent since 2009-10, the number of children enrolled in pre-kindergarten in eight Augusta-area school districts has risen 11.5 percent, from 486 in 2009-10 to 542 this year.
His surprise request to speak is rebuffed in order to keep ‘politics’ out of talks to deal with his MaineCare cutoff warning.
A Skowhegan home invasion robbery on Hanover Street and a smash-and-grab burglary 30 minutes later at Stony Brook Market on U.S. Route 2 have police looking into a possible connection between the two incidents.
Though it passed overwhelmingly, the vote fell short of the two-thirds majority the measure will need to go to a referendum.
BOSTON (AP) -- Claude Julien wanted his Bruins to play more aggressively in the third period. The Boston coach got his wish with the help of some shaky defense by the New York Rang ...
Mitchell Zukor is a disaster waiting to happen — and waiting for disasters to happen to himself and the rest of us.
Officials say the Wyman Station owner has been unresponsive; taxpayers can expect a hike in rates.
The judge who presides over the trial says she treats the government as only one more litigant.