Sunday, April 20, 2014
The new law will bring the state into conformity with federal standards by requiring the removal of a quarter of signs directing drivers to secondary destinations.
As the leaders jockey for party support, their opponents say they have enough money to be competitive in the race to replace U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud.
The project may add to confusion on roads expected to be dominated by natural gas crews and could lead the city to put off planned paving projects.
The small district says it needs another employee to keep up with Summit Natural Gas of Maine, which is expected to install lines in residential areas later this year.
Columbia University is seeking federal money to test a majority of Kennebec County’s 17,000 wells.
The chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee said the hiring means the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs must ‘look very closely at their hiring practices.’
The city wants to borrow $8 million to renovate the 118-year-old building, which can be done without a tax increase.
Linda M. Gallant, with a long criminal record, was charged with arson after telling a policeman she was drinking again days after the blaze.
Maine Forward is supported by a cadre of liberal groups that spent hundreds of thousands in 2012 to influence legislative races.
A Connecticut man and a West Gardiner man who are said to have fled the scene were tracked to Gardiner, where they were apprehended on Tuesday morning.