Wednesday, April 16, 2014
As the leaders jockey for party support, their opponents say they have enough money to be competitive in the race to replace U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud.
The bill is amended slightly in an effort to win the governor’s approval.
Bill Nemitz: For once, the Big Guy really is a big guy
States – but not Maine – giving overdose antidote to public
Humane Society Waterville Area hopes the owner of the Great Dane and terrier will sign surrender papers so the dogs can be adopted.
The raise for Vice Chancellor and Treasurer Rebecca Wyke was approved even as deep cuts were made elsewhere.
Residents are resisting a pay-as-you-throw proposal, but the cost of dealing with their tons of garbage is a lot higher.
Linda J. Clifford says she was picked up by two state troopers and taken from her home for a second psychiatric evaluation at the same hospital and strip-searched by male security guards.
Interstate 95 was the site of two accidents late Tuesday and early Wednesday.
The investigation into an alleged prostitution ring was conducted by Augusta, state and federal agents.
Sidney father, son’s sex-trafficking charges followed eviction in Belgrade
Police expect more charges in Sidney, Litchfield prostitution cases
A Waterville lawyer told the council that the city is facing a financial crisis, but Mayor Karen Heck said numbers are misleading.
A Franklin County Grand Jury found there was enough evidence to proceed to trial on the felony cases.
The Boston forward says working with the Canadian national team helped boost his confidence.
April 16, 2014
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