Sunday, May 19, 2013
Hallowell and Maine Department of Transportation officials are inviting residents and business owners to a public forum Wednesday to learn more about the planned reconstruction of Water Street.
Data the Kennebec Journal received through a records request show the total number of injuries reported at Riverview is the highest it's been in three years, though lower than in years before that.
Killers' cases illustrate difficulties in granting freedoms to forensic patients
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.
Jefferson rresidents on Tuesday will consider approval of the school budget that will appear on the June ballot and whether to take ownership of the contentious Clary Lake dam.
Gov. Paul LePage makes a surprise appearance at the meeting but isn't allowed to speak.
If Simpson succeeds in getting his conviction thrown out, prosecutors will have to either retry him or offer a plea bargain.
A garbage can-size canister collects and transmits data about toxin-producing algae blooms, known as red tides, that show up in the Gulf of Maine each spring.
Maine’s guidelines for overseeing restaurant safety were quietly scaled back last year, even as the number of health-related complaints about Maine restaurants has been on the rise.
Why do failure rates vary across the state?
Maine inspection rule among least restrictive in U.S.
Accessing, crunching the state’s results ultimately frustrate bid to create database
Former Maine Sen. Olympia Snowe was all over the media landscape last week promoting her new book; Congress makes progress on important legislation; Rep. Chellie Pingree's bill on military sexual assault gets pushed back; Rep. Mike Michaud urges action on safety accord; and the C-SPAN bus stops at Cony High School, State House on Wednesday.
"Ghost Brothers of Darkland County" will debut Oct. 10 at the Indiana University Auditorium.
Charles Scontras was known in the tight-knit neighborhood for his troubled behavior.
Man dies in house fire after 4 1/2-hour standoff in Saco
The Huskies shut out Endicott 9-0 to win the New England Regional championship.
Mitchell Zukor is a disaster waiting to happen — and waiting for disasters to happen to himself and the rest of us.
Norman Huynh, 24, is poised to conduct Pops and Discovery concerts – and community outreach.
Rhetoric is heated as religious groups say they do not want openly gay boys in the Boy Scouts.