Tuesday, March 11, 2014
In New York, he’ll oversee a system with 12,000 inmates compared with Maine’s 2,100 inmates.
Arnold and Corinne Murray have spent years navigating a health care system that’s not geared to the needs of the elderly. Their dizzying encounters with a string of doctors, hospitals and rehabilitation centers reflect the challenges of staying healthy in a state where there are not enough doctors who specialize in aging.
The company says in a rate case that it's trying to cover its service costs, but critics say a higher charge would crush renewable-power investment.
Snowfall should begin around noon on Wednesday and continue until Thursday morning, mixing with freezing rain overnight.
First March snowstorm headed for N.H., Maine
Principal Joshua McNaughton said two-thirds of the school must be cleaned after chemicals used to extinguish the fire traveled to other parts of the building.
Gym fire closing Whitefield Elementary through Tuesday
Democrats pan the proposal as an election-year gimmick.
LePage: Use big incentives to attract jobs to Maine
The host of the ‘Living on Earth’ radio show says sustainable business practices should be embraced long before regulations come into play.
In ‘Fatal Vision’ and ‘The Selling of the President 1968’ – both touchstones of nonfiction writing – he became fascinated by the difference between public image and private reality.
Waterville police said most of the fantasy game cards were found at the man’s campsite in the woods behind MaineGeneral’s Thayer Center.
Police are looking for two men believed to be involved in a robbery inside a home Monday afternoon.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said the spy agency ‘may well have violated the separation of powers principles embodied in the U.S. Constitution.’
David Coon told investigators he’d covered Sherry Clifford’s mouth to prevent her from screaming while the two tussled.
Republicans pushed the hospital debt bill last year, but some now question hospitals' claims that expansion will ease their financial burdens.
An armed off-duty state police trooper confused school officials who did not immediately know she was law enforcement, causing the school to be locked down last week.
The accident, at the intersection of Bog Road and Route 202, closed the latter for about 20 minutes Monday.
Peverley, who was treated for an irregular heartbeat last year, collapsed on the bench early in a game against Columbus and was rushed through a tunnel and stabilized.
March 11, 2014
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