A Gardiner resident has been named director of Ouellette & Associates in Lewiston, the firm announced this week.
IN ANSON, Wednesday at 9:58 p.m., a report of an erratic vehicle was investigated on Main Street.
WATERVILLE -- Several local police departments are participating in a statewide program to combat drunken driving that takes place every year, but now is running for an extended period and offering more grant money.
SKOWHEGAN -- An incident Monday afternoon near the Skowhegan home of Fairfield police Chief John Emery is under investigation, but no details about what it is were available Thursday.
WATERVILLE -- The mother of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds said investigators canceled a meeting that was planned for last week, and she's becoming frustrated by continued delays.
Lonely capital-area commutes made for few accidents on central Maine roads covered by the biggest snowstorm so far this season Thursday.
Gov. Paul LePage issued a package of spending cuts Thursday that will put much of the burden for closing a $35.5 million budget gap on public schools and human services.
If finding places to save money in a school district is difficult during the spring budget season, it's even tougher when students are about to return from winter break, local superintendents said Thursday.
The same snow that kept, or in some cases sent, central Mainers off the roads Thursday is likely to send some of them into the woods atop skis and snowmobiles in the coming days.
SKOWHEGAN -- Yvonne Bollenbacher sat in her half-empty pottery studio Monday morning as her boyfriend, Joey, packed pieces of art and ceramic.
AUGUSTA -- Scott Bolduc was in his 20s and managing an auto repair shop in Lisbon Falls when one of his friends was disabled in a motorcycle accident.
FARMINGTON -- The following cases were closed from Nov. 1 to Nov. 15, 2012, in Farmington District Court.
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Congressional leaders say they'll talk to the president, but some wonder if there is still time to agree on a deal..
Majority Leader Harry Reid charged Thursday that the House was "being operated with a dictatorship of the speaker."
Education ($12.6 million) and health services ($13.4 million) will bear the brunt of the cuts, which come after state revenues fail to meet projections.
Consumers' outlook for the next six months deteriorated to its lowest level since 2011.
Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans
Elizabeth Lawson, of Waterville, struggles with her unbrella as she is pelted with snow and high winds on her way to Dunkin' Donuts on College Avenue in Waterville Thursday. Central Maine is expected to see 12 - 18 inches of snow before the storm moves through by Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
Police say the tailgates were removed from trucks at Arundel Ford's lot either Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.
Gifts from school supplies to artwork have arrived in such numbers they've overwhelmed the small community's ability to process them.
A total of 834 speeding citations and nearly 2,500 warnings were issued as part of what's known as C.A.R.E. Life Saver Weekends.
Due to the show's popularity, the museum extended its Thursday and Saturday hours until 8 p.m. through the end of the exhibit.
Police say a woman last week replied to an ad and received a call back from a number that later appeared to be from Nigeria.
All state government offices are closed on Thursday, but are expected to open on schedule on Friday.