Thursday, December 5, 2013
Continuing problems with MaineCare ride services prompt meeting with state DHHS officials.
State deciding fate of troubled MaineCare rides broker
The college is working with a local economic development group to offer college classes at three high schools beginning in the spring.
A Kentucky man is fulfilling a wish by his late brother, who asked in his will that his money be given to people in need.
The 36,400-square-foot building will house robotics and computer labs and a behavioral neuroscience research center.
Kathy Mattingly confessed to stealing nearly $20,000 in town funds.
The trustee for the bankrupt railroad says half a dozen bidders are expected to submit bids to buy the company’s assets.
Fund balance is above the recommended minimum.
Commissioner Mary Mayhew’s visit comes amid continuing controversies at her agency.
LePage administration defends decision to move DHHS offices from Portland
A new report by the Maine Beer and Wine Distributors Association shows the industry has created more than 2,000 additional jobs in the state.
WATERVILLE — The following cases were closed from Sept. 30-Oct. 11, 2013, in Waterville District Court.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley, the archbishop of Boston, announced the creation of the commission after a meeting between Francis and his eight cardinal advisers who are helping him reform the Vatican bureaucracy.
A biologist’s report says wind farms can be strategically placed to ensure the impact is small.
The Maine Development Foundation’s jobs report for the third quarter of 2013 looked at 55,000 online job postings.
Maine's poorest county has struggled for years, and some wonder whether the FreeME proposal from the Maine Heritage Policy Center is the answer to overcoming poverty and boosting population.
Collie played four games this season before being released after hurting his knee in a 55-31 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 3.
Mattagash, Maine is a fictional town filled with fictional people, but it might as well be real.
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