IN ANSON, Friday at 7:40 p.m., threatening was reported on Finch Street.
The winter moth, which has caused widespread damage already in southern New England, has moved into eight more communities since populations were first discovered in Maine a year ago.
MADISON -- Just a few weeks ago, town officials were turning away families seeking help from the community's giving tree Christmas present program.
SKOWHEGAN -- The new director of the Somerset Career & Technical Center said his experience with the Air Force, Sappi Fine Paper and teaching electronics engineering and robotics soon will make the center one of the best in the state.
Administrators at Inland Hospital, Sebasticook Valley Health explain high rankings
Kitty O'Neill had a sense early on that her son was ready for bigger challenges, bigger opportunities, than those he was getting as a boy in the tiny town of Jefferson.
BELGRADE -- Winterberry Farm on Route 27, with pastures and vegetable fields that stretch back to Great Pond, has been around 1870.
READFIELD -- At many meetings of school boards or municipal officials in Maine, the audience is small or nonexistent, and there are few public comments.
AUGUSTA -- Madison Corgan, 10, loaded a blue-and-white piece of "quilt" into the arms of her team's robot, Sam, pushed a button or two and then watched, smiling widely but nervously, as the Lego robot went about the tasks the team had programmed it to do.
First of four parts: Nearly half of the people shot by Maine police over the past decade had mental health problems or were impaired, and most of the officers who pulled the trigger lacked readily available training that might have prevented these tragedies.
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