Thursday, December 12, 2013
D.C. Air & Seafood and Christopher Byers of Winter Harbor plead guilty to working with fishermen to conceal the harvesting of nearly 80,000 pounds of scallops.
Police are called to a house on Route 35 after reports of gunfire.
Nova Star Cruises plans to begin offering the nine-hour daily rides – which will include a casino, movie theater and spa – in May.
The group says a recent pro-wind power report lacks scientific basis and is tainted by donor associations.
Maine Audubon: Wind farms, wildlife can be compatible
Critics have questioned whether district officials lifted suspensions for football players so they could compete in a Nov. 8 playoff game.
The marijuana is being tested to see if it is tainted with another chemical.
Daniel Barry pleads to charges related to the October robberies in Eliot and Sanford, and three others have also been charged.
Fewer US homes nationally entered foreclosure path in November.
The developer will face site issues, including wetlands and traffic.
Nearly 1,800 had lined up health coverage online by Nov. 30 as fixes to the federal website kicked in.
Health care sign-ups gaining steam, but still behind
Read the mid-December enrollment report
The 20-foot-high ramp will be located near the Green Monster.
No arrests have been reported in Maine or elsewhere, but improved technology is making it easier to produce the all-plastic weapons at home.
3D printing providing edge to Maine businesses
A recently elected town councilor and a local developer are accused of firing shots too close to a woman’s home.
Old Orchard town councilor, developer investigated in hunting incident
The American Petroleum Institute says the six-month moratorium on some waterfront development violates state and federal laws.
Read the API letter to South Portland
University of Southern Maine resident composer Daniel Sonenberg received $15,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts to produce an opera about Negro Leagues catcher Josh Gibso ...
New England’s placekicker is nearly perfect.
Maine’s governor is siding with out-of-state power companies while our air quality suffers.
The Holy See’s financial watchdog agency has yet to inspect the embattled Vatican bank, a true test of whether the new laws to fight financial crimes are being enforced.
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