Friday, March 7, 2014
The Town Meeting proposal would regulate what can be sold at yard sales and how often they can occur.
The $16 million project comes as the hospital is reconfigured into what officials call a one-stop shopping health center for outpatient care.
The City Councilor set up two meetings after she got a flurry of calls from constituents who saw reportable things, but didn’t know how to report them.
Suspect David Alvarez had been in a minor traffic accident about an hour before the robbery, and a police officer said he recognized him in surveillance footage.
A maintenance worker finds the money bag, turns it in and police track down its owner, Kennebec Savings Bank customer Cathy Landry — who had found and turned in $5,000 outside the same bank five years ago.
MaineGeneral Health CEO Chuck Hays says the hospital in north Augusta, which opened in November, is at full capacity 26 percent of the time.
Neal G. Teixeira, 30, was charged with possession of sexually explicit material of a minor under 12 after Waterville police searched his home in Skowhegan and a Benton storage shed.
George Spencer was charged with reckless conduct for pointing a loaded handgun at two employees at Prompto 10-Minute Oil Change.
Jordan Maroon, 22, a University of Southern Maine student, died after his car crashed into a utility pole on Maple Ridge Road.
Stacey Albert of Memory Care of Waterville was nominated by her coworkers for the 2014 Hero Award giving annually by the Assisted Living Federation of America.