Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Troy Rundstrom, 51, has been delivering the paper for at least 25 years and stopped early Monday to help a woman trapped in her car.
The PUC will decide if the pilot power project using floating turbines has enough positives to be worth the cost to ratepayers.
Contract terms of Maine Aqua Ventus project
Kathy Mattingly confessed to stealing nearly $20,000 in town funds.
Prosecutors say the couple lived in subsidized housing while running a profitable business.
Police said they found the man, Brian Pelletier, 33, yelling at neighbors and waving a folding box cutter after they were called to 5 Winter Street for a noise complaint and domestic argument.
As DHHS reviews data from the troubled broker, a nonprofit group is set to deliver 400 petitions demanding fixes to the deficient system.
The president said he will focus the last three years of his term on growing deficit of opportunity.
The trailer was engulfed in flames and destroyed, along with its full load of shopping fliers.
Robert J. Keach wouldn’t disclose the price or the identities of potential buyers.
Former clerk to be appointed as interim replacement.
Hospital staff report a “strong smell” of gas in emergency room.
State police say speed and alcohol appear to be factors.
Robert Evon arranged to have $2.7 million worth of cocaine shipped from Los Angeles to Vermont inside soda vending machines.
Fishermen lose winter income and processors fear long-term damage after the shrimp population hits a record low and the fishery is shut down.
Augusta City Council plans to recognize the team at its Thursday meeting.
A famous chef is cooking in Gardiner
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