Thursday, December 5, 2013
Kathy Mattingly confessed to stealing nearly $20,000 in town funds.
The governor delivered the remarks Thursday at a conference in Augusta on the future of the transportation industry.
The college is working with a local economic development group to offer college classes at three high schools beginning in the spring.
The 36,400-square-foot building will house robotics and computer labs and a behavioral neuroscience research center.
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.
A security official said the American taught chemistry at the city’s International School, a Libyan-owned institute that follows an American curriculum.
Commissioner Mary Mayhew’s visit comes amid continuing controversies at her agency.
LePage administration defends decision to move DHHS offices from Portland
The QB led the Rams of Augusta to the Class B state football championship last month.
The final installment from Franklin County fundraising efforts for the Quebec town was delivered Tuesday.
The latest store to close is in Brunswick, following closures in Portland, Brunswick, Lewiston, Augusta, Rockland and Skowhegan.
In New York City, about 100 protesters blew whistles and beat drums while marching into a McDonald’s at around 6:30 a.m.
The directive applies to all federal agencies – civilian and military.
Woman initially refused to take part and went tanning instead.
Gronkowski has Patriots back at top of game
Mattagash, Maine is a fictional town filled with fictional people, but it might as well be real.
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