Commissioner Mary Mayhew’s visit comes amid continuing controversies at her agency.
The train wreck shows the danger of what some experts call micro-sleeping.
The stalking horse will ensure that the bankrupt railway gets an adequate offer for its assets.
A panel will discuss the interface of the ordinance with state and federal laws on Thursday night at City Hall.
The trustee for the bankrupt railroad says half a dozen bidders are expected to submit bids to buy the company’s assets.
The Bangor Street store shuttered while the Western Avenue location remains open.
As DHHS reviews data from the troubled broker, a nonprofit group is set to deliver 400 petitions demanding fixes to the deficient system.
The area is so shallow that it’s difficult to get the mammals enough water to propel them back to sea, and rescuers are struggling to save more.
The material could have been used to make a dirty bomb, but it appears a disaster was averted.
Depression and ADHD are the most common mental illnesses among adolescents, according to a study.
The president said he will focus the last three years of his term on the growing deficit of opportunity.
Philip Chism is accused in the Oct. 22 death of Colleen Ritzer, a beloved teacher at Danvers High School.
Human Rights panel to hold hearing Dec. 16.
Tension between municipal and school officials has mounted since June, when an auditor flagged problems with school spending accounts.
The town’s code enforcement officer says he is hopeful the farmer will correct the problem before town officials take enforcement action against him.
The U.S. senator vows to serve out her full six-year term in an attempt to end any speculation.
Woman initially refused to take part and went tanning instead.
Police say 22-year-old William Dong had an assault rifle in his car and newspaper clippings about mass shootings at home.
Continuing problems with MaineCare ride services prompt meeting with state DHHS officials.
Augusta, Tuesday, at 8:15 a.m., there was a traffic complaint at the intersection of Hutchinson Drive and Sherbrook Street.
Kathy Mattingly confessed to stealing nearly $20,000 in town funds.
The trailer was engulfed in flames and destroyed, along with its full load of shopping fliers.
The final installment from Franklin County fundraising efforts for the Quebec town was delivered Tuesday.
Augusta, Fairfield, Gardiner residents sentenced on various charges.
Seven recordings of landline calls from inside Sandy Hook Elementary School to Newtown police were released Wednesday.
The Augusta City Council plans to honor the team at its Thursday meeting.
The PUC will decide if the pilot power project using floating turbines has enough positives to be worth the cost to ratepayers.
The International Atomic Energy Agency said the load of cobalt-60 is ‘extremely dangerous’ if damaged or removed from its protective shielding.
Robert Evon arranged to have $2.7 million worth of cocaine shipped from Los Angeles to Vermont inside soda vending machines.
Harold Clossey was previously director of Sunrise County Economic Council in Washington County.
Prosecutors say the couple lived in subsidized housing while running a profitable business.
Police say the 23-year-old registered sex offender tried to lure girls waiting at bus stops just minutes apart on Tuesday morning.
The former Alpha Kappa Sigma house had been vacant for more than a decade.
State police say speed and alcohol appear to be factors.
The portraits of Denise Altvater and Esther Attean were painted by Maine artist Robert Shetterly and will be unveiled in the Hall of Flags.
The cold snap was expected to spread as far south as Texas by the weekend before turning east.
Focus on the road apparently dwindles in the days leading up to Christmas.
An animal rights group argues that the animals possess emotional and cognitive abilities.