GARDINER -- Raymond and Marlene Lausier cradled their plates of turkey, stuffing and potato as they made their way slowly to their table at the back of the room. They stopped briefly along the way to catch up with a friend they had not seen since last year. Raymond left to get their drinks; Marlene, to get their pies.
PALERMO -- With residents worried by loss of local control and a coming tax hike, Palermo could become the third town to seek withdrawal from Regional School Unit 12.
With 33 days until Christmas, activity at the Bruce Roberts Toy Fund has kicked into high gear.
OAKLAND -- Al Penney was among hundreds of people to sit down to Thanksgiving dinner at Messalonskee High School, but he was the only one wearing a cowboy hat.
FARMINGTON -- The following cases were closed from Aug. 16, 2012, to Nov. 14, 2012, in Farmington District Court.
PORTLAND -- Canadian officials are poised to initiate a bidding process for private companies interested in a renewing ferry service between Yarmouth, Nova Scotia and Portland.
IN CANAAN, Thursday at 6:48 a.m., suspicious activity was reported on Shady Lane.
Every year like clockwork, the red kettles show up outside busy pedestrian areas and department stores the week of Thanksgiving, as much a symbol of the holidays as Black Friday sales and Christmas lights.
WASHINGTON -- The departure of Olympia Snowe and other like-minded moderates from the U.S. Senate next year could further elevate Republican Sen. Susan Collins as a swing vote, despite a larger Democratic majority, say some political observers.
AUGUSTA -- Four-month-old Chandler Melanson is a different baby since he left the hospital two months after his birth.
DRESDEN—A local firefighter and his wife were left homeless Thanksgiving Day when their Middle Road house was leveled by fire.