Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The men say they just learned that church officials knew a Maine priest was molesting children and did nothing to stop it.
Students and parents recounted stories Tuesday of brave teachers who sheltered their pupils during the most powerful of storms.
Power of Oklahoma tornado dwarfs Hiroshima bomb
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Judge Nancy Torresen tells Thomas Nelson, who stole $900,000, 'I consider this crime shameful.'
If lawmakers want to be consistent, they should submit a bill to 'outlaw tobacco altogether' instead of just banning smoking in certain places, he says.
They oppose a bill that would allow carrying concealed weapons without a permit, which would also do away with background checks.
House Speaker Rep. Mark Eves, D-North Berwick, will give his first bill-specific floor speech during tonight's debate.
The state money will go toward replacing Hall Ementary and fixing Longfellow Elementary, says Portland's finance director.
She says she would use her time in prison to bring about positive changes, including donating her hair for cancer victims and designing T-shirts to raise money for victims of domestic abuse.
Amid a 'gold rush' for the profitable creatures, a commission could also vote to temporarily shut it down at a meeting in August.
Carole Orem-Hough of South Portland billed insurance companies for two counseling sessions a week when she saw the patient once per week.
Voters must validate the proposed $45.1 million at a June 11 referendum.
A contractor from New York says CMP failed to deliver materials on time, costing the contractor extra time and money during a yet-to-be-finished transmission-line upgrade.
Air and ground searches continue for Maine teen / Man in Saco standoff committed suicide / Girl 'lucky' to survive crash ... and more news from around the state.
Camden resident Don McLean will perform his iconic song and others at the city's annual celebration.
Daniel Paille snapped a tie with 3:31 left in regulation, and Boston now leads the best-of-seven series 3-0 over the New York Rangers.
No one wins when the doors of higher education are shut to society's newcomers.
This EF5 storm had upward of 600 times the power of the Hiroshima bomb, although it affected a much smaller area.
Maine Senate backs bill to expand Medicaid, pay hospital debt