Wednesday, December 11, 2013
A special panel finds several flaws but contradicts a claim of Gov. LePage, who drew fire for meeting with hearing officers.
Documents: Hearing officer felt pressured by LePage
Feds look into charge targeting LePage
Report by the Unemployment Reform Blue Ribbon Commission
Driver says fire started after the car failed to accelerate normally.
At a memorial service in Johannesburg, he compares the former South African president to Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and Abraham Lincoln.
Obama navigates tricky diplomatic waters at service
Special section: The life of Nelson Mandela
Selectmen will start negotiations with Archie’s Inc., based in Mexico for sorted and single-stream recyclables.
Supreme court upholds ruling that orders vehicles removed or covered.
Selectmen suggest Safe Voices and the American Red Cross ask Franklin County for funding rather than the town donating.
Calling it sexual harassment goes too far, the student’s mother says, but the school considers it unwanted touching.
Leaker Edward Snowden was the magazine’s second choice.
About 10 tons of PCB-contaminated soil has already been removed from the site and a fence has gone up to deter trespassers.
The group is seeking to overturn the Supreme Court’s ruling in 2010 that reversed a centurylong trend to limit the political muscle of corporations and organized labor.
Pleading with the Senate Judiciary Committee to not abolish the NSA bulk-collection programs, Gen. Keith Alexander says global threats are growing.
Among a panel’s recommendations is that only municipalities with full-time law enforcement agencies should issue permits.
Shauna Quinn, 45, of Rockland, was also sentenced in U.S. District Court in Portland to repay the $538,795 she misappropriated through advances on loans and credits lines that were not authorized
Maine Drug Enforcement agents seize more than $40,000 in oxycodone and $35,000 in cash in three raids Tuesday.
Mt. Blue runner won state title, broke 16 minute barrier #
Mattagash, Maine is a fictional town filled with fictional people, but it might as well be real.
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