Friday, December 6, 2013
Gov. Paul LePage said global warming could help bring business to Maine, drawing criticism from those who say he is ignoring the negative effects of climate change.
Victim’s friend recalls Namer helping others, giving rides.
The new Davis Science Center, currently under construction, will house the computer science, mathematics and statistics, and psychology departments.
The college is working with a local economic development group to offer college classes at three high schools beginning in the spring.
After raising $50,000 in its first 12 weeks, volunteers say an effort to finance a permanent home for the pantry has brought in just $8,000 more in the last five months.
The parade will begin at 7 p.m. at Skowhegan Savings Bank on Elm Street, led by grand marshals Miss Maine USA and Miss Maine Teen.
The Palmyra Town Office is moving to Madawaska Road this weekend.
The decision provides legal protection for wind farms that get a permit and do everything possible to avoid killing eagles.
Amina Ege, 41, is accused of illegally receiving benefits over a nine-year period starting in 2004.
An investigation determined the bullet that killed the moose came from the officer’s gun and the shooting was unintentional.
Fifteen-year-old Abigail Hernandez of North Conway was last seen Oct. 9 after leaving high school.
Contrary to previous statements, the uncle and nephew saw each other once every few months while the younger Obama was in Cambridge.
Each year, more than 8,000 Maine residents are diagnosed with invasive cancer and more than 3,100 die from the disease.
Winter sports season begins in earnest today
December 6, 2013
Mattagash, Maine is a fictional town filled with fictional people, but it might as well be real.
For a limited time, you can access our complete print edition in its exact layout for FREE! Browse page by page, including stories and ads, during this limited time offer.