She was tall, Judy was, maybe 5 feet, 11 inches in her bare feet. I confess a life-long passion for tall girls. I called her Judy and she never liked it. Her name was Judith, and she insisted that everyone who knew her call her that, because she wanted to be an opera singer and Judy wouldn't cut it.
AUGUSTA -- City officials plan to tweak a proposed ban on smoking at school bus stops and bring it to a final vote next month.
LAKEPORT, Calif. -- A judge has ruled that the murder trial of former Augusta, Maine, resident Robby Beasley can move forward after the Beasley's defense lawyer sought a mistrial.
The state will prosecute an area priest charged with giving drugs to inmates in a Wiscasset jail, according to a drug prosecutor.
At least two of the four people injured in a fatal three-car crash in Windsor Thursday remained hospitalized on Friday.
FAIRFIELD -- The sale of the historic Gerald Hotel, the next step towards making the building residential housing, has been delayed about two weeks.
Democrats express disappointment but not surprise
BIDDEFORD -- While Hostess workers in Maine worry about their livelihoods, residents of this city said were expecting Friday's news that the company will go out of business.
Hostess Brands Inc. plans to close after 82 years, putting 500 Mainers out of work
Bakery stores in Waterville, Augusta expected to close
FARMINGTON -- Two New Sharon men have been charged in connection with an early October break-in and furniture theft at a Wilton Road furniture store.
IN ANSON, Thursday at 12:07 p.m., a report was taken of a past burglary on Nault Road.
AUGUSTA -- Two men have been charged in connection with this week's burglary of a contractor's trailer that left a local builder scrambling to replace tools worth thousands of dollars.
NORRIDGEWOCK -- A decision by the Planning Board to lower application fees for a construction project by Redington-Fairview General Hospital has some town officials worried about possible legal challenges from other applicants.
The single-engine plane was taking off from the Owls Head airport when it collided with the truck.
The popular nostalgia and music show has been on the air since 1979.
Police log from Franklin County
Maine’s governor won’t implement a state-customized online insurance exchange or participate in a Medicaid expansion.
The latest recounts bring the total completed so far to six, with seven legislative recounts pending.
Nike Inc. announces it has agreed to sell Cole Haan to private equity firm Apax Partners for $570 million.
Petraeus was whisked into a House Intelligence Committee hearing in a manner more suited to covert operative — through a network of underground hallways leading to a secure room.
Eugene Koehler's body was discovered in a remote part of Washington County.
Hostess will shut down after a decade of financial tumult, eliminating 500 Maine jobs.
Michael Klaiber must also serve more than two additional years in jail for violating the terms of his probation.
Forgotten Felines of Maine in Ellsworth says the money was raised last weekend at a craft fair in Brewer.
The Maine Regulatory Fairness Board is inviting public testimony on regulatory and statutory issues that impact Maine businesses Friday.
The Maine team managed three medical-assistance teams that conducted more than 21,000 door-to-door health and wellness checks.
A 16-year-old girl who used to attend Orono High and now goes to another school has been charged with felony terrorizing and harassment by electronic communication.
Even with the deadline extended through Dec. 14, the outgoing Republican majority may have waited too long for Maine to set up a locally controlled, Maine-specific healthcare exchange.