AUGUSTA — An accident on Riverside Drive caused by a vehicle waiting for a pedestrian to pass led to one driver being taken to the hospital with minor injuries Sunday morning.
AUGUSTA -- Proposals to build a new 13-pump gas station with a convenience store and drive-through Dunkin' Donuts on Riverside Drive are among the issues going to the Planning Board on Tuesday.
IN ANSON, Saturday at 8:03 p.m., a harassment complaint was reported on West Mills Road.
FARMINGTON -- The following cases were closed from Dec. 3 to Dec. 28, 2012, in Franklin Superior Court.
WATERVILLE -- The following cases were closed from Nov. 19 to 23, 2012, in Waterville District Court.
FAIRFIELD -- A significant turnover on the Town Council has seen the end of one 54-year career of public service and the seating of the first female councilor in more than a decade.
CLINTON -- When a new town manager was hired late last month, he became the eighth person to hold the position within an 11-year span.
If it weren't so hilly where he lives, Troy Jackson could look out the windows of his home in Allagash and see what has become the symbol of the fight over updating Maine's mining rules.
AUGUSTA -- The University of Maine at Augusta Senior College's concert series started on the right note this year with the gift of a new grand piano to the university.
Organic farmers and friends remembered Russell Libby, a state leader in the organic farming movement, as a wise, driven leader during a memorial event Sunday hosted by the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association.
AUGUSTA -- The following is a list of cases closed between Dec. 27, 2012, and Jan. 2, 2013, in Augusta District Court:
AUGUSTA -- First there were the weeks of travel, family gatherings and parties, topped off with kisses to ring in the new year. Adults have since returned to work and children to school.
GARDINER -- The city welcomed its new mayor and councilor while honoring those departing their positions at its inauguration held last week at Gardiner High School.
AUGUSTA -- Darek Grant's interest in politics stretches back to childhood, when he would enjoy watching Augusta City Council meetings and reading books about presidents.
BELGRADE -- Two months before the Newtown school shooting tragedy, a national organization that formed in response to another school shooting in 1998 established a chapter at Belgrade Central School.
It's 6 a.m. and I don't want to get out of bed.
The annual Maine Agricultural Trades Show will run through Thursday.
Anquan Boldin sets a franchise record for receiving, including the winning TD, as Baltimore beats Indianapolis 24-9.
Chuck Hagel is a decorated Vietnam combat veteran and a former Nebraska senator.
A weeklong preliminary hearing starts Monday for James Holmes who is charged with killing 12 people and injuring 70 by opening fire in a theater in Aurora last July.
The Colts' offensive coordinator is in the hospital with an undisclosed illness and will miss Sunday's playoff game against the Ravens.
Westbrook's winter festival draws dozens of competitors 'itching' for some good snow to speed across.
Maine's constitutional officers are elected by the Legislature, instead of by voters.
Angus King, in a round-table discussion, said President Barack Obama should call a group of people together and start negotiating the best way to cut spending and raise revenues.
It’s too soon to know how many players will get promoted, but at least a few will head to Phoenix.
The awards recognize companies that are committed to employees, community, customer satisfaction, and manufacturing and service excellence.
Doug Marrone went 25-25 in four seasons at Syracuse, turning around a program that had gone 26-57 over the previous seven years.
Ben Grant, a Portland-based attorney, wants to head the party during the 2014 elections when Democrats will try to win over the governor's office from Republican Gov. Paul LePage.
Players appeal for support despite the frustration of a long lockout, and one fan calls for a 10-game boycott.