Thursday, December 12, 2013
‘(He) has changed the tone and the perception ... of one of the world’s largest institutions in an extraordinary way,’ says the magazine’s managing editor.
New Horizons is on its way out, scheduled to fly by Pluto in July 2015 and then proceed into the Kuiper Belt. It will take pictures of whatever comes into range and send back detections of molecular and atomic activity in space for hopefully another five years or so.
Fresh off its 50th anniversary, the downtown gallery gets a donation that gives its executive director more hours.
The man, Kirby Turcotte, 69, of Derry, N.H., pulled the truck up onto a wooden ramp to have a look underneath after having engine trouble, Skowhegan Police Chief Ted Blais said at the scene.
Instead of replacing a missing body part, the pieces replace something that was never lost to overcome a limitation of the human body.
The cause and origin of the fire, which damaged a two-story apartment building, are being investigated.
Augusta school board votes to drop costly stamp of approval from regional agency.
The groups are sending dozens of paid staff into key states and enlisting thousands of volunteer activists.
Screenings for Maine gun permits fall short
Gov. LePage says part of the problem is a fine levied against the mill as a result of the blast.
Augusta, Friday, a driver was charged with displaying a fictitious sticker during a traffic stop on Interstate 95.
Theft, unlawful sexual touching, forgery among the charges.
Crawford makes key basketball late in LA victory.
Harraseeket Inn’s Broad Arrow Tavern a great spot for lunch
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