Monday, May 20, 2013
The Freeport-based retailer informed employees today that L.L.'s great-grandson, Shawn Gorman, will be the new chairman.
Senate Democrats vote to advance a bill that ties Medicaid expansion with Gov. Paul LePage’s plan to repay the state’s $181 million share of back payments to Maine’s hospitals.
VoteTRAC: MaineCare expansion
Kelly Roy had raised concerns about financial irregularities in the town's Finance Department.
The body of Charles Scontras, 58, was found late Saturday after a police standoff and fire that destroyed his two-story house.
Neighbors: Man killed in Saco standoff was troubled
A helicopter was used Monday to search the Hudson and Old Town area by air while search dogs were used on the ground.
His surprise request to speak is rebuffed in order to keep ‘politics’ out of talks to deal with his MaineCare cutoff warning.
They say the judge allowed a media frenzy that made a fair trial impossible, but the judge denies both requests.
Portland's School Board will hold a first reading on the proposed staff cuts at its Tuesday night meeting.
Survey results will be analyzed by staff in the University of New England’s School of Social Work.
A Leeds teen is injured Sunday when her SUV hurtles end-over-end on Route 219 in Wayne.
Police identify York man killed in single-vehicle crash / No discipline for trooper over accidental discharge / Four women arrested following Waterville fights ... and more news from around the state.
As keyboardist, Ray Manzarek helped The Doors become one of the most successful rock 'n' roll acts of the 1960s.
The junior starting point guard for McAuley says, "The biggest thing for me that separated Marist from other schools is its winning tradition."
Bipartisan efforts to treat victims better are good, but prevention measures are still needed.
The 200 mph twister eviscerated an entire town, leveling scores of buildings, including an elementary school full of children.
Farm bills a mixed bag for Mainers