Monday, December 9, 2013
Fire marshal rules accidental fire started in SUV parked next to home.
Board is waiting for a report on Nov. 20 noise measurements from residents’ homes near the Albion Road station before meeting is scheduled.
Hoops for Hope first-ever cancer fundraiser to be held during rivals’ contest.
Twenty-two charges list the same girl as victim of eight years of abuse.
Despite network shows that are awash in blood and gore, very few of them earn the most stringent label, unlike cable fare.
Read the study on media violence
Melvin Hubbard appeared in court Monday after police say he smashed two windows, injuring the eyes and face of a man during the attack.
The pileup occurs on the Portland side of the bridge around 5:37 p.m. and disrupts rush-hour traffic.
A service is scheduled for 5 p.m. in Monument Square.
A new building between Civic Center Drive and Maine Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery would serve as the Guard’s new joint forces headquarters, replacing several buildings at Camp Keyes, next to the Augusta State Aiport.
Four downtown businesses were broken into overnight Sunday into Monday in a search for quick cash.
Critics say arming rangers is unnecessary and would transform their role and relationship with the public.
The remaining stock has been sold, and the Treasury secretary says the alternative to saving the company would have been worse.
Sean R. Kingston, 38, of Wiscasset and Gardiner, has been charged with illegal firearms possession following the weekend shooting of a 34-year-old Gardiner woman.
Police seek man after girlfriend shot in Gardiner
Peter Wilson has learned not to judge people who don’t put any money in his kettle.
Mt. Blue senior grows to love sport
Mattagash, Maine is a fictional town filled with fictional people, but it might as well be real.
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