Friday, December 6, 2013
The Monmouth Rescue Association says it will end service in January, leaving town officials to look for a new provider.
Tension between municipal and school officials has mounted since June, when an auditor flagged problems with school spending accounts.
Town council agrees to 25 percent increase for the nine communities it serves.
An open house is set for 6-8 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7, where police hope the public will share pictures, stories and heirlooms of days gone by.
Continuing to operate an ambulance service in town will cost about double what the town currently pays.
Thousands get up early to snatch up electronics, other Black Friday deals.
Patricia St. Laurent, who has been in critical condition since the Thursday crash that claimed the life of her husband, has died.
The state Board of Corrections is developing a plan to spend more than $4 million more on programs aimed at curbing repeat offenders.
Christina M. Karod, 21, was arrested a few hours after the fire and charged with arson, say police.
Patricia St. Laurent is in critical condition at Central Maine Medical Center.