STARKS — A benefit dinner is planned Friday for a man who is slowly recovering after he was shot on his property by hunters last month.
FARMINGTON -- The following cases, listed alphabetically E-H, were closed from Aug. 16, 2012, to Nov. 14, 2012, in Farmington District Court.
WATERVILLE -- Eliminating party politics from City Council and school board races is a likely issue the newly elected Charter Commission probably will discuss, according to City Solicitor William Lee.
AUGUSTA -- Police on Thursday continued to search for the men responsible for a pair of pharmacy robberies this week in the city.
SKOWHEGAN -- Defense attorneys in the trial of a man charged with murder in Anson three years ago are arguing that the police investigation was incomplete.
AUGUSTA -- A city man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of arson and mischief in connection with a late night fire this spring at Capitol Computers in which he had to be rescued by firefighters.
AUGUSTA -- The two-company race to bring natural gas to the Kennebec Valley rolls on in corporate conference rooms, town halls, roadside ditches and now, atop a barge in the Kennebec River.
WATERVILLE -- Volunteers are struggling to raise donations and assemble boxes for hundreds of needy children for the Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers before the program's deadline a week from today.
AUGUSTA -- A city man was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison and four years of probation for sexually assaulting a sleeping 13-year-old girl.
AUGUSTA -- A court appeal pitting Kennebec County against the state retirement system could cost the county $250,000.
An Episcopal priest accused of mailing prescription drugs to inmates at a Wiscasset jail made his first court appearance in that town Thursday morning and did not enter a plea.
Lawmakers expected a $10 million shortfall, but the number given by DHHS commissioner Mary Mayhew sent shock waves through the capitol.
The Secret Service says a man who got in the motorcade's way was later charged with assault on a police officer and unlawful entry.
In a recorded interview, Robert Nelson, 41, also says he met with Everett Cameron over a drug debt the day Cameron was killed.
Legislators wait to see if Gov. LePage will order spending cuts to deal with the $35 million shortfall.
Mitt Romney finally made it to the White House on Thursday. It just wasn't how he always envisioned.
Bush, 88, has been in and out of the hospital recently for complications resulting from bronchitis.
The Rev. Stephen Foote, 70, of Bremen, faces one felony charge of trafficking in prison contraband at Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset.
The future of Twinkies is virtually assured.
The two candidates for the party chair are former lawmakers Rich Cebra of Naples and Beth O'Connor of Berwick.
A tourist from Arizona takes a snapshot of Officer Larry DePrimo giving a homeless man all-weather boots and socks on a frigid night in Times Square.
Shoplifting,vehicle repossession, theft
Heather Kullson was charged with arson, assault and eluding police.
Police charge the 35-year-old Monroe man for a second time with having sex with the same 14-year-old girl.
The United States, Israel's closest ally, has mounted an aggressive campaign to head off the vote, which the Palestinians view as a historic step in their quest for global recognition.
Jessica Linscott, 23, and Roland Dow, 27, had been on the run for two weeks after allegedly causing significant head injuries and burns to Linscott's son.
The acquittals clear the way for a return to the political scene for Ramush Haradinaj, seen before his 2005 indictment as a unifying force in deeply divided Kosovo.
Nassau County police say the men were found seeking home improvement work without a permit.
The Turner man and his son were arrested in January 2011 with hundreds of pounds of illegal deer meat, guns, and other hunting-related equipment.
Current events have added an element of reality to college courses based on predictions that the world will end on Dec. 21, the conclusion of the 'Long Count' Mayan Calendar.
The two winners will split a record $588 million jackpot.