Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Kathy Mattingly confessed to stealing nearly $20,000 in town funds.
The final installment from Franklin County fundraising efforts for the Quebec town was delivered Tuesday.
The trustee for the bankrupt railroad says half a dozen bidders are expected to submit bids to buy the company’s assets.
As DHHS reviews data from the troubled broker, a nonprofit group is set to deliver 400 petitions demanding fixes to the deficient system.
Waterville, Augusta religious leaders plead for ride help
The PUC will decide if the pilot power project using floating turbines has enough positives to be worth the cost to ratepayers.
Contract terms of Maine Aqua Ventus project
Fund balance is above the recommended minimum.
Commissioner Mary Mayhew’s visit comes amid continued controversy at her agency.
LePage administration defends decision to move DHHS offices from Portland
Woman initially refused to take part and went tanning instead.
The material could have been used to make a dirty bomb, an explosive that disseminates radioactive material.
Tension between municipal and school officials has mounted since June, when an auditor flagged problems with school spending accounts.
The U.S senator vows to serve out her full six-year term in an attempt to end any speculation and overtures.
Augusta, Fairfield, Gardiner residents sentenced on various charges.
IN CLINTON, Tuesday at 9:11 a.m., theft was reported on Battle Ridge Road.
Fishermen lose winter income and processors fear long-term damage after the shrimp population hits a record low and the fishery is shut down.
The Augusta City Council plans to honor the team at its Thursday meeting.
The Chocolate Church, in Bath, will host a holiday show Saturday evening when the “Irish Christmas In America” troupe comes to town. This year’s performance features Lumiere (an Irish duo made up of Pauline Scanlon and Eilis (ay-leesh) Kennedy) with Seamus Begley (Ireland’s 2013 Traditional Singer of the Year); Oisin Mac Diarmada (oh-SHEEN mac DAR-muddah) the show’s creator/producer and fiddle player; Sean Garvin (on flute and uillieann pipes), Grainne (GRAHN-ya) (on harp); and two step dancers, Brian Cunningham and Samantha Harvey. In a recent telephone interview from her home in Dingle in County Kerry in the Southwest of Ireland, Kennedy spoke about the upcoming show in Bath while responding to the opening question.
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