Sunday, December 8, 2013
Quirky, hand-made items at temporary store site getting shoppers attention downtown.
Voting has ended, but finalist Lucie Amundsen doesn’t yet know whether her message encouraging egg buyers to “get locally laid” will win commercial competition.
Jo Davis promised her husband, Bert Davis, that she would never forget the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941.
WWII veterans remembered on Pearl Harbor anniversary
A 1938 law requires the federal government to purchase dairy products at higher than wholesale prices if Congress can’t agree on a bill.
Selectman Joshua Bell asked selectmen to remove requests from charities from the annual Town Meeting warrant in preparation for a difficult upcoming fiscal year.
Augusta, Friday, at 10:03 a.m., theft was reported on South Belfast Avenue.
The shooting occurs near Geneva Avenue and Westville Street in Dorchester.
A federal requirement that those who apply for federal heating assistance show Social Security cards has meant delays for some who need help.
Students, professors remember the legacy of Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday at age 95.
While progress has been made, racial and economic inequalities still tear through the consciousness of the black majority.
Song, dance, tears for Mandela in South Africa
Residents and town officials have been working on potential solutions, but they think Central Maine Power is failing to rectify the problem.
The problem is the once-ubiquitous handyman has faded from the American scene.
Kathy Mattingly, 57, repaid the $18,154.28 as part of her guilty plea entered Tuesday in Waldo County Superior Court.
Former Troy clerk pleads guilty to embezzling town funds
A 72-year-old Georgia man who strayed from home is shot by a gun owner primed to fear an intruder.
Swors leads Polar Bears over Mules
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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