WATERVILLE -- City councilors voted 6-0 to sell a city-owned property on Western Avenue for $50,000, but were split 4-2 on selling a house on Water Street in the city's South End for $15,000.
'The state needs to pay up,' says Gov. LePage
A 61-year-Augusta man faces federal charges of Social Security fraud and making false statements to gain MaineCare and food assistance.
AUGUSTA -- Two men arrested on drug charges in Chelsea remained in Kennebec County jail Tuesday morning following initial court hearings in Superior Court.
SKOWHEGAN -- The following cases were closed from Nov. 12-16, 2012, in Skowhegan District Court.
LITCHFIELD -- The town is seeking an editor for its monthly newsletter, The Litchfield Sodalite.
MaineGeneral Medical Center is owed $38 million by the state for past years of Medicaid payments, according to hospital spokeswoman Diane Peterson.
READFIELD -- Representatives for Regional School Unit 38 and the district's teachers met Monday for the first time since a breakdown in contract negotiations earlier this year.
AUGUSTA -- A 15-year lease agreement between the city and the state-owned airport allowing the city to run the airport is likely to be dropped in favor of a new deal that officials say better reflects how the operation is managed.
Officials in Farmington, Jay, Livermore Falls and Wilton are gathering data to weigh local interest in building a new natural gas pipeline.
CHINA -- The town will not take action before Christmas to evict a 70-year-old China woman and her family from their Fire Road 60 property despite concerns that their living conditions are unsafe, Code Enforcement Officer Scott Pierz said Tuesday.
SKOWHEGAN -- The following cases were closed from Oct. 29, 2012, to Nov. 30, 2012, in Somerset Superior Court.
FARMINGTON -- No injuries were reported when a logging truck slid into a tractor-trailer Tuesday morning on U.S. Route 2, according to Officer Bill Tanner.
BENTON — The death of a 6-year-old girl from Benton is the first pediatric flu fatality in Maine since 2010.
The former manager of the senator-elect's office and political campaigns was expected to get the job.
The White House says Obama also supports closing the gun show "loophole," which allows people to buy guns from private dealers without background checks.
VIP Parts, Tires & Service will keep the tire and service components of its business.
The library contains the Book of Deuteronomy, which includes the second listing of the Ten Commandments, and a portion of the first chapter of the Book of Genesis, dated to the first century B.C.
Paula Broadwell's lawyer provides a letter from U.S. Attorney Robert O'Neill that says no federal charges will be brought in Florida related to "alleged acts of cyberstalking."
It says sales of modern rifles will be suspended during "this time of national mourning." It's not clear how long the suspension will last.
The House speaker's measure would cancel tax increases due to take effect Jan. 1 on everyone earning $1 million or less.
Robert Nelson, the man charged with the murder of Everett L. Cameron in Anson three years ago, was found guilty this morning in Somerset County Superior Court.
Parents around the country are letting the small stuff slide, indulging their kids just a little bit, grateful to have them safe.
It's a sobering reminder that everyone over the age of six months should be vaccinated each year, the state CDC director says.
Denis Collins, last year's Eastern Maine Class A Coach of the Year, told the team that there'd be no stops on a three-hour trip because he was worried about arriving late.
It's selling off its shares, and retailers stop selling guns like the one used at the Newtown school.
The judge rules that Apple's demands to yank the Samsung products from U.S. shelves and bar future sales was too broad a punishment.
Richard Engel and three colleagues were dragged from their cars, kept bound and blindfolded and threatened with death.
Androscoggin County Sheriff's Department investigators are seeking help from the public in locating the driver and vehicle involved.
Since the lab was closed in August, judges have released about 200 defendants from prison and put their cases on hold while their lawyers challenge their convictions.
The six shoppers, all from Lawrence, Mass., were charged with disorderly conduct.
The group – which deleted its Facebook page and stopped tweeting after the shootings — said it would have a news conference to answer questions Friday, the one-week anniversary of the Newtown massacre.
A Medal of Honor recipient for service during World War II, the Hawaii lawmaker was elected to Congress in 1959.