WATERVILLE -- The following cases were closed from Nov. 12 to Nov. 16, 2012, in Waterville District Court.
Hallowell real estate developer turned filmmaker Chris Walters wanted the premiere of his new short film to be about more than the film itself.
PORTLAND -- U.S. Sen. Olympia Snowe shocked the political world when she announced in February that she would not run for re-election, citing gridlock and an increasingly polarized climate in Washington.
WATERVILLE — Music, Christmas cheer and three-quarters of a ton of food were all on hand at the Elks lodge for Christmas, as nearly a thousand people gathered to celebrate the holiday.
WATERVILLE — The holiday season would start for Ernest Verrill and his 12 brothers and sisters when his father brought home a $5 Christmas tree from a nearby lot.
OAKLAND -- Wednesdays Town Council meeting will be accessible to the public in a new way as the town tinkers with posting video of its meetings on the Internet.
IN ANSON, Sunday at 6:41 p.m., a disturbance was reported on Main Street.
AUGUSTA -- Wind power generated in Maine is now producing nearly 500 megawatts, enough to supply the average needs of 175,000 households. However, it's still well short of the state's goal for wind generation by 2015.
AUGUSTA -- It wasn't yet noon when a volunteer at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church scraped the bottom of the steam table pan of mashed potatoes.
The LePage administration is expected to issue an order cutting state spending by $35.5 million as early as today.
A look back at Santa Claus' busy season in Central Maine during 2012.
Portland and southern and coastal Maine are looking at as much as 10 inches of snow by Thursday's end.
Among the questions from children this year: "Is Santa real?" and "Does Santa leave presents for dogs?"
Edmund Couture,11, an altar server, struggles to keep his eyes open before the start of Midnight Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Pleasant Street in Waterville on Tuesday.