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.
A document signaling that a request is in the works angers legislators already out of patience over the contractor’s service problems.
The state does not yet own the property between Civic Center Drive and Maine Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery, where officials want to build a new 100,000-square-foot facility.
Maine customers will also lose New England Cable News. The company says the two decisions are not related.
The deal would only cut about $20 billion from the nation’s $17 trillion debt, but could help avoid another government shutdown.
The poll says Michaud has 37 percent of the vote, compared to 36 percent for LePage and 18 percent for Cutler.
IN BENTON, Monday at 4:20 p.m., a domestic disturbance was reported on Hanscom Road.
During the rescue, a firefighter falls through the thin ice, but man and dog are OK.
WATERVILLE — Chris Hale had 25 points, 11 rebounds and five assists to lead Waterville to a 65-57 win against Maine Central Institute in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B boys basketball action Tuesday night.
Mattagash, Maine is a fictional town filled with fictional people, but it might as well be real.
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