Saturday, May 18, 2013
A major makeover to Augusta's Market Square is set now that the city has secured a $200,000 grant, and officials and merchants hope the project will help bring more people into the heart of downtown to meet and mingle.
The shuttering of churches may make financial sense, but it also takes its toll on parishioners, who celebrated baptisms, communions and weddings in these buildings.
St. Francis de Sales' steeple stands as Waterville church's demolition nears end
Educators testify in favor of a bill that aims for pre-kindergarten in all Maine districts by 2017.
Graduations are taking place at several other Maine colleges on Saturday.
As I close the garage doors, she, the Garage Sale Queen for a day, will be sitting in an unsold antique chair, reading a $25 best-seller everyone passed up for the five-dollar tag.
A bill designed to help expand access to dental care deeply divided a legislative committee Friday, with supporters saying it’s time to help poor children in rural areas and opponents arguing that the bill was not the right solution.
Richmond Fire Chief Matt Roberge recently proposed buying a newer, but used, firetruck with an Allison automatic transmission to replace the town's 33-year-old Engine 1.
Three people remain in critical condition after the Friday evening collision sends 70 to the hospital.
If approved at polls Tuesday, the proposed $32.3 million Regional School Unit 18 budget will result in significant increases in the local assessment for member towns, even though the total is about 1 percent greater than last year's budget.
But with Gov. Paul LePage critical and Republican votes against the bill, it faces an uncertain future.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Will Middlebrooks gave Boston a comeback victory the night before with a big swing. This time, he dropped down a bunt to advance the go-ahead run.
Mitchell Zukor is a disaster waiting to happen — and waiting for disasters to happen to himself and the rest of us.
IN ANSON, Friday at 8:53 a.m., a violation of bail was reported on North Main Street.
With state and community help, the city has nearly finished the process of relocating fire victims.
DSM-5, the updated source for diagnosing mental problems, has many questioning its legitimacy.