GARDINER -- City councilors are considering whether to restrict where some sex offenders can live, while officials a few miles north in Augusta are already debating a similar ordinance.
AUGUSTA -- The following is a list of cases closed between Oct. 25 and Oct. 31, 2012, in Augusta District Court.
WINSLOW -- A Winslow woman was taken to Inland Hospital on Sunday afternoon, after her car went off the road and into a tree on Garland Road in Winslow.
WATERVILLE -- The public will have a chance to ask questions and comment on the proposed cost for a new police station when the City Council meets Wednesday night.
IN EMBDEN, Sunday at 7:57 a.m., a report of vandalism was investigated on Embden Pond Road.
MADISON -- On a quiet corner of Main Street in Madison is an old building with three storefronts: a bridal shop, hair and nail salon, and a thrift store.
Enjoy the quiet, because tomorrow launches what I'm calling the busiest month of 2012.
AUGUSTA -- One of the University of Maine at Augusta's first academic research publications, and an example of the instrument it explores, have arrived in Maine via a roundabout route: through the Ivory Coast and Germany.
AUGUSTA -- As state and federal funding for schools decreases, school districts are increasingly choosing to fill budget gaps by charging fees for students who take part in activities such as sports, clubs and performing arts.
The race, however, is remarkably close in at least six states that could go either way.
Penobscot Theatre Company will open the opera house on Tuesday from 5 p.m. to midnight.
The modest lift to the economy is expected to come in the first months of 2013.
President Barack Obama's fourth visit to New Hampshire since Labor Day was bookended by Mitt Romney rallies Saturday in Portsmouth and Monday night in Manchester.
Thousands of runners race in Central Park, while others travel to Staten Island to offer help.
James Garland, 46, was arrested on charges of reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon and domestic assault.
It was the first meeting since Oct. 18 when both sides rejected offers.
Beth Newlands Campbell was cited for her community service in Maine.
Cold weather is the latest hardship for the region, which is also battling gasoline shortages, power outages and lawlessness.
General Dynamics was awarded a $28.2 million contract for 12,000 machine guns that will be produced in Saco.
Troopers from Vermont are joining 15 Maine troopers to help in areas of New Jersey that were affected by Sandy.
BINGHAM -- Dentist Tamara Diamond used to work out of a single room in the back of the Bingham Health Center here, but now she has four operating spaces and a brand new panoramic X-ray machine.
SKOWHEGAN -- The group that brought the first sidewalks to Skowhegan, worked toward the advancement of women and pressed for sanitation, clean air and water as early as 1900 is celebrating a birthday this weekend.
FAIRFIELD -- The four candidates who are seeking to fill Fairfield's two open seats on the School Administrative District 49 board are evenly split on their biggest priority at the district.