Tuesday, December 10, 2013
The governor’s panel was formed to review claims disputes after he was accused of upbraiding claims officers.
Documents: Hearing officer felt pressured by LePage
Feds look into charge targeting LePage
Unemployment claims data suggesting state system not broken
Report by the Unemployment Reform Blue Ribbon Commission
At a memorial service in Johannesburg, he compares the former South African president to Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and Abraham Lincoln.
Obama shakes hands with Cuba’s Raul Castro
Special section: The life of Nelson Mandela
A tax-increment financing district would allow the town to prevent natural gas pipeline development from increasing the town’s valuation.
With more people living in the heart of the city, council will consider better lighting and security cameras on Thursday.
Maine customers will also lose New England Cable News. The company says the two decisions are not related.
CTS is on probation for service problems, and it already has a $28.3 million contract to provide non-emergency transportation service to MaineCare clients.
Supreme court upholds ruling that orders vehicles removed or covered.
Driver says fire started after the car failed to accelerate normally.
The deal would only cut about $20 billion from the nation’s $17 trillion debt, but could help avoid another government shutdown.
Crystal Canney, Sen. Angus King’s communications director until last month, joins the Eliot Cutler campaign.
Augusta, Monday, at 5:29 p.m., there were traffic light problems near the Hannford supermarket on Cony Street.
He says Ntension Corp. of Hermon will expand this spring into a new 40,000 square-foot facility.
Patricia Millett, who worked for Presidents Clinton and Bush, is easily confirmed to the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
Luke Morrill and Shane Bussey are accused of taking equipment from the university forest during Saturday’s football game.
December 10, 2013
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