Tuesday, June 18, 2013
A grand jury has decided against pressing charges in the shooting of Kerry Hebert, of Starks, at close range on his own property last October, in an incident involving a group of hunters.
The fourth arrest this year of Ronald Brousseau, 49, of Fairfield, on Monday, highlights the challenge in attempting to stop certain people with mental illnesses from committing crimes and to provide them with treatment.
The bill would have directed the state to study issues related to long-term care insurance, including ways to prevent unfair discrimination based on gender.
The bill would extend health insurance to more than 60,000 low-income Mainers under the federal Affordable Care Act.
LePage's finance chief wants to avoid government shutdown
Former Van Buren Principal Chad Bell will take over the same post at Winslow High School for the upcoming school year.
The policy comes after a series of articles about the Department of Environmental Protection.
The bill would likely slow – and eventually replace – Gov. Paul LePage's A-F grading system, which was introduced early last month.
The vote likely means the bill – a sweeping gun-control measure before it was weakened by lawmakers – will die.
BOSTON (AP) -- His teammates always knew Daniel Paille was more than a speedy penalty killer who specialized in defense for the Boston Bruins.
• Admission • The Croods • 42 • Future Weather • GI Joe: Relatiation • The Host • Identity Thief • Jurassic Park • The Place Beyond the Pines • Olympus Has Fallen • On the Ro ...