Saturday, May 18, 2013
The shuttering of churches may make financial sense, but it also takes its toll on parishioners, who celebrated baptisms, communions and weddings in these buildings.
St. Francis de Sales' steeple stands as Waterville church's demolition nears end
With state and community help, the city has nearly finished the process of relocating fire victims.
Sen. King tours scene of Lewiston fires
The man approached the 10-year-old as she played near Oak Grove Cemetery.
Orb finishes fourth.
Police say the man might have suffered a medical emergency.
The 98 students include a Somali minister of oil and minerals and an Iraqi combat interpreter.
Thousands receive their degrees in commencement ceremonies around the state Saturday.
But with Gov. Paul LePage critical and Republican votes against the bill, it faces an uncertain future.
Waterville police say the man was driving with a suspended license when he led police on a chase Thursday evening.
Police are investigating the accident that took place shortly before 3 p.m. on Cider Hill Road.
A court document also says Margarita Scott of Westbrook planned to return to her husband after having an affair with Anthony Pratt Jr., who is charged with killing her.
Graduations are taking place at several other Maine colleges on Saturday.
USM takes down Western New England University, 7-0, and goes on to beat Endicott College, 5-2.
School superintendents shouldn't have to live in the communities where they work.
Caleb ‘Kai’ McGillvary was sought in the killing of a N.J. lawyer.
Maine's unemployment rate reaches four-year low