WASHINGTON -- For decades, Rob Hoffman was literally in the pilot's seat as he flew passengers to destinations far and wide.
AUGUSTA — The following is a list of cases closed between Dec. 13, 2012, and Dec. 19, 2012, in Augusta District Court:
IN CLINTON, Saturday, at 1:50 p.m., reported suspicious activity was investigated on Battle Ridge Road.
FARMINGTON -- A woman hit a member of her household with a shovel, then struck her own arm with a hatchet, leading to an armed standoff with police that shut down a local road for eight hours Saturday, police said.
During his years in World War II, Bill Joseph was a gunner and radar operator on a B-29 bomber; he spent much of his time fighting Japan's military forces.
"I can't sleep," I told my older sister, Katherine, who sat on the edge of my bed and coached me on how best to make Christmas morning come quickly.
SKOWHEGAN -- Cases Nov. 5-30, 2012, Somerset County Superior Court.
FARMINGTON -- The following cases, listed alphabetically W-Z, were closed from Aug. 16, 2012, to Nov. 14, 2012, in Farmington District Court.
WINSLOW -- Expansion of the police station is nearly complete, and there have been no more glitches like the ones that plagued the project in its early days.
FAIRFIELD -- The bottle redemption center next to the historic Gerald Hotel on Fairfield's Main Street may not be a historical building, but that doesn't mean it has no history.
FARMINGDALE -- Where once a historic mansion perched above Maine Avenue, a modern bank building has sunk its roots deep into the ground.
SOMERVILLE -- A curriculum coordinator from another local school district has been chosen as the next superintendent in charge of schools here.
FAIRFIELD -- During the past 15 years, the culture of all-terrain vehicle riders has changed, leading to a more positive relationship with the broader community.
GARDINER -- High heating oil costs have school district officials wanting to switch to a cheaper heating alternative, such as natural gas.
AUGUSTA -- Hoot, Meta and Sierra were found suffering from hypothermia and dehydration in a box left out in the sweltering Southern sun for days.
Tom Brady throws two TD passes in New England's 23-16 win.
The 16 meetings will seek public input about the state of the lobster industry and recommendations for the future.
Matthew Wycoff, 29, savagely attacked his girlfriend last Feb. 20 after a night of drinking.
NewPage Corp. announced that it has completed its financial restructuring after receiving financial backing and a revolving credit line of credit 15 months after filing for bankruptcy.
Post offices that regularly had eight hours have been cut to six or four hours. In more extreme cases, some post offices are open only two hours a day.
Thomas Menino has been at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital since last month.
Parishioners applaud the leaders, who are helping them cope with the massacre at an elementary school.
Doctors say George H.W. Bush needs to "build up his energy" before he can be released.
The NRA said it would push Congress to pay for more school security guards and would coordinate efforts to put former military and police offers in schools as volunteer guards.
The two missing young men are part of a close community at the Landing School in Arundel.
Investigators say Cris and Randy Davis and a friend were out drinking Saturday night and were driven home in a taxi. The friend then continued by taxi to his Bangor home.
The seaweed doesn't pose a public health threat but gives off a putrid odor when it dries and decays.
Among the charges for the 33-year-old man is aggravated assault and kidnapping stemming from an incident on Thursday in Kittery.