Friday, December 6, 2013
Lynda and Mike MacFarland, who have been selling Greyhound bus tickets for 35 years, are saying goodbye to Augusta and hello to retirement.
Victim’s friend recalls Namer helping others, giving rides.
The Monmouth Rescue Association says it will end service in January, leaving town officials to look for a new provider.
The quarterback led the Rams of Augusta to the Class B state football championship last month.
Contrary to previous statements, the uncle and nephew saw each other once every few months while the younger Obama was in Cambridge.
Each year, more than 8,000 Maine residents are diagnosed with invasive cancer and more than 3,100 die from the disease.
Police recovered weapons they think were used in some of the robberies in his King Street apartment.
The man apparently lost his balance and fell head first about 15 feet at about 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
The tree will be decorated with ornaments on which visitors can write the name of a service member or veteran they want to honor.
International, national and state leaders express their admiration for Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela, peaceful liberator and beloved president, dies at 95
The prison controversy led to policy changes and a ‘teachable moment’ for prison personnel.
Prison captain fired, but later reinstated, after pepper spraying inmate
In New York City, about 100 protesters blew whistles and beat drums while marching into a McDonald’s at around 6:30 a.m.
The college is working with a local economic development group to offer college classes at three high schools beginning in the spring.
Winter season starts in earnest tonight
December 6, 2013
The Maine Harvest Festival in Bangor featured over 120 of Maine’s top producers with cooking demonstrations, lots of tasty treats and many great stories. We were impressed!
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