Sunday, March 9, 2014
They say bullying, illness and a need for more challenging classes are reasons the new types of schools make sense.
A year after the death of Ezra Bessey of Hallowell, the Hearts for Ezra foundation fundraiser raises money and awareness to combat spinal muscular atrophy.
The town Planning Board will review an application Tuesday for a medical marijuana growing operation proposed to be located in a warehouse in the South Gardiner area.
When Shirley Beaver, of Pittsfield, and Thelma Maxwell, of Oakland, were pronounced dead by the SSA, the very much alive women took action, and it paid off.
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.
Sidney’s selectboard is seeking an early exit from a five-year contract on a communications tower, but Oakland’s town council says it expects payment in full.
The DHHS will make changes – including significantly expanding staff – after an internal review over its handling of reports of abuse.
Child care oversight in Maine: Complete coverage
The Regional School Unit 4 board could vote Wednesday on the issue, which voters rejected in 2012.
Cases closed in Augusta District Court Feb. 27-March 5, 2014
Comcast took over Universal Orlando Resorts as part of its NBCUniversal acquisition in 2011.
The U.S. wins the 4x400 in 3 minutes, 2.13 seconds at the world indoor championships.
March 9, 2014
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