WATERVILLE — The following cases, listed alphabetically A-H, were closed from Jan. 7 to Jan. 11, 2013, in Waterville District Court.
CORNVILLE — Road maintenance and paving projects for the coming year will be among the major topics of discussion Saturday at the annual Town Meeting.
IN ANSON, Friday at 7:12 p.m., a vehicle accident was reported on Starks Road.
AUGUSTA — Brian J. Arbour, 36, of Augusta, pleaded guilty Thursday in Kennebec County Superior Court to operating under the influence June 17, 2012, in Wayne.
VATICAN CITY — The Vatican lashed out Saturday at the media for what it said has been a run of defamatory and false reports before the conclave to elect Pope Benedict XVI's successor, saying they were an attempt to influence the election.
Scott Bullock remembers having many sleepless nights in 2004 when discussions about a proposal to build a regional hospital in Augusta became most contentious.
At the same time they express vocal opposition to Gov. Paul LePage's proposed elimination of state revenue sharing, many municipalities are preparing budgets that assume the dramatic cuts won't happen.
WASHINGTON -- Former Maine state Treasurer Bruce Poliquin may have inadvertently helped fuel speculation last week about whether he will challenge Sen. Susan Collins in the 2014 Republican primary.
AUGUSTA -- Gomer sizes up the throw and nudges the boy in a few inches. He takes a tomahawk and hands it to the lad, who takes it, lifts it over his shoulder past his ear, and uncoils the throw, launching the small ax to the waiting pine slab. It sticks.
AUGUSTA -- Rep. Gary Knight thinks convicted murderers should not be allowed to vote while they are in prison, so he's sponsoring a measure to change the Maine Constitution.
AUGUSTA -- As lawmakers finished the job of closing a $153 million state budget gap last week, partisan tensions deepened over a key piece of the next two-year budget: Gov. Paul LePage's plan for paying hospital debt with money from a new state liquor contract.
State and Local Government Committee; public hearings; room 214; Cross Building
Coming upon a 13-car crash, Kyle Larson’s NASCAR vehicle sails into the grandstand – and debris flies. No deaths are reported.
WATERVILLE -- Housing, recreation and historic and cultural resources will be topics for discussions Monday when city officials and residents meet to talk about updating the comprehensive plan.
WATERVILLE -- A self-defense course for women will be held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 9 and 10 at the Fire Department.
The Lakers hold York scoreless for about 9 1/2 minutes in the first half and cruise to a 50-24 win.
The Yanks win a court battle with Evil Enterprises, which has been trying since 2008 to trademark the phrase "Baseballs Evil Empire" by selling T-shirts and hats that mash up familiar Yankees iconography with pitchforks and devil's tails.
Experts focusing on the key countries of the Middle East will provide historical analysis with current insights, giving participants a deeper understanding of the elements that will influence the future.
A donation program helps reluctant owners get rid of firearms and ammunition while raising funds for Special Olympics.
Vehicle accidents, thefts, threatening
Dale Earnhardt Jr. turned the fast lap by averaging 198.592 mph around the 2½ -mile superspeedway.
A snowmobiler injured Friday night in remote northwest Somerset County was driven seven miles by snowmobile rescue sled before being flown to a Lewiston hospital, according to Bill Jarvis, fire chief of Jackman-Moose River Fire Department.
After taking a year off, former Red Sox manager Terry Francona is excited about being with the Indians.
Rhian Waller is an assistant research professor in the School of Marine Sciences.
The $11 million project is expected to save the college $1 million a year, replace 90 percent its heating oil and help Colby to its goal of carbon neutrality by 2015.
The Claws are beaten late Friday night by the Bakersfield Jam, 119-111.