Saturday, May 25, 2013
Approximately 40 parents gathered at the Henry L. Cottrell School in Monmouth to discuss what they perceive to be ongoing bullying at the pre-kindergarten through third-grade school.
Gardiner and Augusta police departments will be among those across the state to step up enforcement of the state’s mandatory seat belt law over the next two weeks as part of the national Click It Or Ticket campaign.
A Leeds teen was injured Sunday in a spectacular crash on Route 219 in Wayne that sent her sport utility vehicle hurtling end-over-end.
Priscilla Stevenson, 95, is just the second person to be awarded the Wayne Cane, the town's version of the Boston Post Cane, since the tribute began in 2008.
Monmouth voters will decide once and for all whether they favor remaining with Regional School Unit 2 or withdrawing and returning to a town-run school system.
The men and women graduating Saturday from Kennebec Valley Community College were urged to make the most of their opportunities through hard work, integrity and discipline.
Brock Hamilton, 26, of Farmingdale, was arrested on charges of violating conditions of release, theft and criminal trespass, and Tonia Sirois, 30, of Augusta, was issued summonses charging her with theft and criminal trespass, related to theft of copper from a Manchester barn Tuesday.
Following a report that a 4-year-old child brought a loaded handgun to a Hallowell preschool last month, the Kennebec County District Attorney's Office has asked for more information to determine whether to bring charges.
AUGUSTA -- Franklin Simmons' final meeting with President Abraham Lincoln was to schedule an appointment for the Maine artist to do the president's portrait. The next day Lincoln was dead. Simmons is the focus of next week's installment of the "Maine Voices from the Civil War" lecture series at the Maine State Museum,
The National Sheriffs' Association recently honored three Kennebec County deputies for their bravery and meritorious service.