Friday, April 18, 2014
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Maine State Police troopers are seeking family members of the unidentified victim.
Three die in two accidents in Maine
Flooding on the river was not as significant as anticipated; and Bond Brook, which never flooded, is no longer a threat.
Dexter flooding highlights need for data on Maine’s rivers
Flooding closes Dexter’s Main Street businesses
Kennebec floods in Augusta, Hallowell, Gardiner
The new law will bring the state into conformity with federal standards by requiring the removal of a quarter of signs directing drivers to secondary destinations.
Columnist J.P. Devine wonders if there’s a balmy paradise for him, and can you get there from here?
J. Scott Moody will lead a group that helps states develop budgets.
Jackie Dalton, co-executive director of REM, and John Dalton, president and CEO of Inland Hospital, were recognized for eight years of volunteer work in the Waterville area.
Police said Lance Huff, 37, of 58 Old Main St., Fairfield, was arrested Wednesday.
On Fox’s “Utopia,” people with practical skills and strong opinions about how the world should work will build their own society.
The LePage administration says the action will prevent fraud and abuse, but advocates for the poor say such plans potentially harm those who rely on benefits.
The lawyer, who was convicted of calling in bomb threats to Wilton schools, is accused of making a threat against his wife to court personnel.
David Marchand, 40, pleaded guilty last week in U.S. District Court in Bangor to a charge of “manufacturing marijuana.”
Police seek arrest warrants for the captain and two crewmembers, and the leader of the group of students aboard the ship is found hanging from a tree on a nearby island.
South Korean ferry evacuation was delayed; death toll rises
Transcript of distress call by South Korean ferry
Backup catcher David Ross hits a go-ahead double in the top of the ninth to lift Boston to its second straight win.
The governor should have used his power to create good legislation.
“Raindrops keep falling on my head.”
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