Wednesday, April 23, 2014
A Pennsylvania firm is seeking money from a contractor and an insurer, the second U.S. District Court lawsuit in recent months to plague Summit’s $350 million project.
Decision to switch to natural gas riddled with complex considerations, UMF panelists say
Fairfield proposes TIF to capture natural gas value
The town is hoping it can get some aid money after the East Branch of the Sebasticook River washed away culverts and roads downtown last week.
Dexter flooding highlights need for data on Maine’s rivers
Flooding closes Dexter’s Main Street businesses
Police seized $144,000, marijuana, pills and seven firearms at the home of the alleged drug dealer, Daryl Searles.
Drugs, guns and cash seized in Franklin County bust
Christopher Charrier’s attorney estimates medical bills were $100,000 after gate struck spectators.
But Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols said the situation still does not alleviate problems created by the jail consolidation law that reduced the Franklin County jail to a 72-hour holding facility.
The Gardiner City Council at its meeting last week approved the use of a section of the Waterfront Park for skateboarding until a more permanent location can be found.
Bobbi Sue Trask is facing charges after reportedly choking her mother and hitting her sister.
A Richmond woman’s claims of a civil rights violation now move forward in Kennebec County.
Shawn D. Burgess, 37, was arrested Monday on several charges stemming from an incident sparked by an argument with his girlfriend over the purchase of a pickup truck.
Pittston man charged with domestic violence assault
The judge refused to impose a shorter term, citing a cocaine and heroin “epidemic.”
Two sisters have been arrested after abandoning their dog along with a stolen van in Norridgewock, according to police.
Jon Lester has his worst outing of the season, and Elssbury doubles and triples against his former team.
April 23, 2014
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