Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Principal Joshua McNaughton said two-thirds of the school must be cleaned after chemicals used to extinguish the fire traveled to other parts of the building.
While the state is sharing only a fraction of the mandated share of income and sales taxes with cities and towns, the new money may fend off property tax spikes.
But with little appetite for higher taxes, the city manager says his 2015 proposal is just a good starting point for discussion.
A quick thaw could spell trouble for towns along the Kennebec River, officials said at Thursday’s annual River Flow Advisory Commission meeting.
Sap hasn’t thawed for many Augusta-area sugar houses with the industry’s largest promotion, Maine Maple Sunday, less than three weeks away.
James T. Luoma shot and killed his wife and served prison time, but though he’s since found a better path in life, the hospital may not have known of his crime.
Dexter Fawcett has been working since 2012 in a nonprofit agency’s building on Mayflower Road, but city zoning laws never allowed him to be there.
An advocate says The Joint Commission’s approval of Riverview Psychiatric Center is a positive step, but the state still has problems.
Corey Wilson, a 28-year-old Marine veteran, says he has accepted a federal job that would bar him from serving a second term in the Maine House of Representatives.
Four empty buildings are mired in conflicting proposals by a former judge and a state representative, and alternative plans could be considered Wednesday.