Charles Chilton developed the original concept for the satirical antiwar musical of the 1960s.
IN ANSON, Monday at 1:21 a.m., an assault was reported on Hall Street.
WATERVILLE -- How do we best keep children and staff safe in schools?
WATERVILLE -- A West Street woman has been charged with felony assault after she allegedly attacked two medical care providers in a local emergency room.
WATERVILLE -- The following cases, listed alphabetically A-H, were closed Nov. 5 to Nov. 9, 2012, in Waterville District Court.
SKOWHEGAN -- The following cases, were closed from Nov. 5 to Nov. 30, 2012, in Somerset Superior Court.
WATERVILLE -- Kennebec Water District is proposing to raise its rates 5 percent effective April 1, according to the district's general manager, Jeffrey LaCasse.
FAIRFIELD -- One year after acquiring a farm as part of a 700-acre expansion, Kennebec Valley Community College announced Monday that a grant will help the school offer the first two-year sustainable agricultural degree in the state.
WATERVILLE -- After being inside for recess all last week, students at the George J. Mitchell School went outside Monday.
AUGUSTA -- A Pittston woman will spend the next 20 months in jail for dealing in cocaine.
The Maine Warden Service isn't sure when the search for three missing snowmobilers in Rangeley Lake will continue.
AUGUSTA -- Democratic constitutional officers took over three state agencies Monday after being sworn into office by Gov. Paul LePage.
AUGUSTA -- Attorney General Janet Mills, who returned to the seat Monday after a two-year absence, talked about second chances in a speech before family, friends, staff and legislators.
LITCHFIELD -- After a same-sex couple was granted a marriage license but denied their request to be married by Town Office notaries on New Year's Eve, selectmen are considering banning marriages at the Town Office.
The school security in Oakland-based Regional School Unit 18 will be reviewed and strengthened in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shootings, according to Superintendent Gary Smith.
An Oakland man who suffered serious burns last spring when the fuel tank he was cutting exploded in his face is suing the hospital that owned the Manchester property and the town.
Four young people, dressed in black, broke into elderly woman's home apparently in search for drugs.
GARDINER -- An ordinance change that would allow small goats and sheep in residential areas -- possibly the first in the state -- took another step forward Monday, but any ratification won't come until spring at the earliest.
RICHMOND -- St. Matthias Episcopal Church property, including two buildings and a half-acre lot, has been offered to the town for free.
Gov. LePage plans to introduce legislation this session to lift the current cap of 10 schools in the next 10 years.
At her first senior staff meeting since early December, she stresses the need to implement recommendations for improving the security at high-threat diplomatic posts.
Monday's round up
Investigators say James Holmes wore body armor and a gas mask when he opened fire during the midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises," killing 12 people and wounding dozens.
Justin Brady turned himself in Monday morning at 3 a.m.
Immigration enforcement in 2012 topped the combined budgets of the FBI; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; Drug Enforcement Administration and U.S. Secret Service.
Researchers hope one day to use stem cells in ways that cure spinal cord injuries, Parkinson's disease and other ailments.
Authorities say the hikers were well prepared for an emergency, with extra clothing, a headlamp, first aid equipment and food and water.
The justices did not comment Monday in letting stand a federal appeals court ruling that held that there is no way for people who receive Social Security to reject Medicare benefits.
Titles include "Your Brain on Yoga" and "Taming Your Child's Temper Tantrums."
The settlement includes a $3.6 billion payment to Fannie Mae. Bank of America will also buy back some of the loans sold to Fannie Mae for $6.75 billion.
The most significant items on her agenda are meetings in Washington on Thursday and Friday with visiting Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
Harpswell Coastal Academy plans to open in September as a grade 6-12 school, with an initial enrollment of 40 to 80 students.
A car and a pickup truck, both built in the 1940s, were a total loss.
The president announces his choice of Hagel even as critics questioned the pick over issues including Hagel's views on Israel and Iran.
Roger Mundell Jr. went into the garage Sunday morning to fetch some tie-down ratchet straps for a friend when the animal attacked.
The price of gas in Maine is 28 cents above the national average, which was unchanged in the past week.
The warden service says sonar has revealed areas of interest in Rangeley Lake where divers want to investigate this week.
Cleveland Cruthirds, 26, is charged with attempted murder, elevated aggravated assault, aggravated assault and burglary.
The oldest of victim Renee Sandora’s four children testifies about the 2011 killings he witnessed in New Gloucester.
Three officials will be sworn in today, the day before the Legislature returns to begin business for 2013.
People in communities from California to Florida to Maine worry that the planes are too loud.
William Hilton Paul, 19, reportedly is charged with underage drinking and disorderly conduct on a flight from Kentucky to North Carolina.