Sunday, March 9, 2014
Voters at Saturday’s annual town meeting agreed to spend more than a quarter of a million dollars for a new fire truck and rescue truck to replacing aging equipment.
The man who held up a convenience store early Tuesday morning wore a sweatshirt with a logo for the Irish Twins Pub on Main Street in Lewiston.
The Rev. James Gill of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church offered ‘ashes to go’ downtown Wednesday.
Police continue to search for man who robbed the Circle K on Main Street in Winthrop at gunpoint early Tuesday morning.
Cameron Folsom, 14, is raising money for Agape Children’s Connection, which provides food, water and shelter to the children living throughout the Emmanuel Orphanages in India.
Thomas Dearborn will captain the USS Somerset, which will be commissioned Saturday in Pennsylvania and was named in honor of 9/11’s United Airlines Flight 93.
Kindergarten through sixth grade students were told by a motivational speaker to be kind and healthy and to try and make their corner of the world a better place.
Tina Charest pays $500 to scammers under threat of losing power at her Water Street restaurant.
Kennebec County churches are planning Saturday’s Caribbean meal to raise money for supplies for an upcoming mission trip to Roatan, Honduras.
County sheriffs and state lawmakers held a joint session in Augusta for an overview of the state’s illegal drug scene.