Thursday, April 17, 2014
Federal sequestration has resulted in the loss of hundreds of river gauges nationwide, including on the Sebasticook.
The Sebasticook East Branch has eaten away at downtown streets as central Maine gets flood warnings and an Aroostook County man drowns crossing a street.
The visit from the independent candidate for governor came on the heels of a proposal for tax reform revealed Tuesday.
The Maine Emergency Management Agency has issued flood watches for across the state through Wednesday.
Jarod Bryan took out the top honor as the Maine Closed Chess Championships concluded in Waterville on Sunday.
The long winter has made for one of the best snowmobile seasons in years, expected to stretch into May in some parts of Somerset and Franklin counties.
The effort was part of Colby Cares Day and South End Clean Up, both community service efforts intended to improve quality of life in the South End.
A Preble Avenue home that was being remodeled was destroyed in a fire originating from an electrical outlet.
Police say Cameron Starkey admitted to sexual contact with a 13-year-old girl.
Police said the alleged assault took place in a moving vehicle on Interstate 95 beginning near Hartland.