IN ANSON, Thursday at 12:07 p.m., burglary was reported on Nault Road.
BELFAST -- The Maine Wood Products Association recently chose Duratherm Window Corporation of Vassalboro as the recipient of the 2012 Pine Tree Award.
SKOWHEGAN -- Town Manager John Doucette Jr. was suspended for one week without pay by the Board of Selectmen Thursday night for violating the town's personnel policy.
BIDDEFORD -- Hostess Brands bakery workers picketed through a 5 p.m. deadline Thursday, setting the stage for the maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread to start liquidation proceedings.
I have two words for Republicans who wonder, in the wake of last week's shellacking at the polls, what Maine's resurgent Democrats have that they don't:
WATERVILLE -- MaineGeneral Medical Center will have more employees in the Waterville area than was originally thought after in-patient services are consolidated at the new Augusta hospital.
LAKEPORT, Calif. -- A former Gardiner resident testified Wednesday that he loaned Robby Beasley the 9-mm handgun he allegedly used to shoot an Augusta, Maine, couple several times in the head before dragging their bodies down a roadside embankment.
WINTHROP -- What is donated to the library building fund stays with the library building fund.
WATERVILLE -- Police on Thursday charged a Pittsfield couple in connection with theft of a purse containing $850 and other valuables that was accidentally left on a shelf at Walmart earlier this month.
WINTHROP -- U.S. Route 202 is scheduled for some rumble strips down the center line in the next construction season.
When Cindy Peterson was told in October that she had to start paying $3.95 a month for a Time Warner Cable modem that she's had in her home for years, it was the last straw.
After enduring two days of criticism -- much of it from members of his own party -- Maine Republican Party Chairman Charlie Webster apologized late Thursday for suggesting that groups of unknown black voters showed up at rural polling places on Election Day.
WATERVILLE — MaineGeneral Medical Center will have more employees in the Waterville area than was originally thought after in-patient services are consolidated at the new Augusta hospital.
District 94 encompasses the towns of Buckfield, Hartford, Paris and Sumner.
Woods is the first declared candidate in Maine's 2014 gubernatorial race.
State election officials will recount the votes in the House District 29 race between Republican Robert Engelhardt Sr. and Democrat Stanley Short Jr., both of Pittsfield, on Tuesday.
Police reports for Franklin County
WINDSOR — A three-car crash Thursday morning that left one man dead and four other people injured resulted from a weaving, high-speed drive up Route 17 as a teenage passenger tried to wrest control of the car from an unhinged driver, witnesses said.
The Aluminum Company of Maine Inc. plans to start production early next year and use the location is its West Coast distribution site.
The settlement and indictments came 2½ years after a rig explosion that killed 11 workers and set off the biggest offshore oil spill in U.S. history.
Jason Cynewski was killed when his car crossed the center line shortly after noon Wednesday and collided with a C.N. Brown oil delivery truck.
The victim of the crimes claims the $1,200 in restitution does not come close to replacing the items stolen.
Police responding to a city apartment Tuesday afternoon found 53-year-old William Spiess dead in a bedroom.
Demand for graduates with associate's degrees is expected to increase more sharply while MBA hiring appears headed for an unexpected decline.
Frederick Humphries is the agent who initially saw the emails the FBI said Petraeus' biographer and mistress, Paula Broadwell, sent to Tampa socialite Jill Kelley.
Statistics gathered for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration showed that in 2009, a third of fatally injured drivers with known drug test results were positive for drugs other than alcohol.
Obama won with 61 percent of the vote, while King gained 43 percent and 67 percent of students voted to legalize same-sex marriage.