Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Creating more local internships is among the ideas shared by Bowdoin College students.
Gov. LePage says part of the problem is a fine levied against the mill as a result of the blast.
The man, Kirby Turcotte, 69, of Derry, N.H., pulled the truck up onto a wooden ramp to have a look underneath after having engine trouble, Skowhegan Police Chief Ted Blais said at the scene.
Only a multimillion-dollar cleanup could rid the former Keddy Mill land of PCBs.
Nova Star Cruises plans to begin offering the nine-hour daily ferry rides in May.
The cable company added other channels recently, including Al Jazeera America, Smithsonian, Starz On Demand and Encore On Demand.
Time Warner Cable's Maine customers getting Al Jazeera America
The gay and lesbian rights advocacy group is also shifting focus after leading the initiative to legalize same-sex marriage.
Among a panel’s recommendations is that only state police and municipalities with full-time law enforcement agencies should issue permits.
Gun control groups hold onto hope a year after Newtown
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.
The federal government reports that about 1,750 Mainers have enrolled so far in a health plan.
Health care sign-ups quickly gaining steam, but still behind
Read the mid-December enrollment report
Maine Drug Enforcement agents seize more than $40,000 in oxycodone and $35,000 in cash in three raids Tuesday.
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
The Education Committee is examining a bill that would expand pre-kindergarten programs to all of Maine’s roughly 160 school districts.
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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