Saturday, March 8, 2014
Three people in succession have opted out of the RSU 18 board of directors seat, necessitating a fourth search.
The hotel’s new senior residents have created an emerging culture of storytelling which honors the historic roots of the downtown building.
Maine’s Senior FarmShare program, which gives the elderly vouchers for food at their local farmers markets, has been temporarily suspended; but state officials expect to make up for the delay with a compressed timetable.
The video-driven exhibit opened on the third anniversary of the Tahrir Square occupation and documents Egypt during a time of political and social upheaval.
Wendi Willette pleaded not guilty to stealing thousands from the Winslow High School China field hockey clubs, and will go to trial unless she accepts a plea deal.
Eight town officials, including the police chief and head librarian, could get raises that put them more in line with same-sized towns.
Cory Gooldrup, 18, was driving 82 mph in a 45 mph zone on Middle Road in Oakland, police said.
When Marfan, a rare genetic disorder, is diagnosed, it can usually be controlled.
Lindsay Ball will compete, even though she has a leg injury, in the Paralympics as the highest-ranked U.S. competitor in the giant slalom.
The state wants towns to pre-wet roads with brine to reduce sand and salt and stop lake pollution, but many communities are reluctant.