Friday, March 7, 2014
Department of Corrections Commissioner Joseph Ponte offers assurances that staffing levels are sufficient but offers little data.
Bill Nemitz: Violence in prison a fact of life ... but should it be?
Maine inmate charged with murder admits to prison killing
MDEA agents, along with Waterville and Oakland police, had been investigating the sale of the drug for the past month, according to a state police spokesman.
Six arrested in Maine undercover drug investigation
This means justices may reconsider their decision that Kennebunkport’s Goose Rocks Beach is privately controlled and the public has no right to use it.
State officials have begun weekly surveys across the state to stay ahead of any problems; so far, this year is normal. hydrologist with USGS Maine Water Science Center
Geoffrey Rushlau explains why no charges were filed against a woman who killed a young boy.
In some ways, the debate over sanctions echoes the Cold War’s MAD doctrine – mutually assured destruction.
U.S. fighter jets, warship arrive in Ukraine region
Obama: West won’t let Kremlin carve up Ukraine
Maine apparently has one of the highest per-capita rates of UFO sightings in U.S.
UFO sightings by state: Interactive Map
The foundation has awarded nearly 23,000 grants worth almost $11.5 million since establishing the program in 2009.
Personal medical details could be exposed and the data could embarrass workers and employers who have had accidents, Gov. LePage and other officials say.
In a letter to the governor, Neria Douglass says not selling the bonds will hurt the state’s finances.
Details emerge for LePage plan to replenish Maine's rainy day fund
Susan Collins was a co-sponsor of the bill, while Angus King supported a competing but less-sweeping measure.
Senate blocks change to military sexual assault cases
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson must try to escape the gravitational field of Carl Sagan.
Grady Sizemore, attempting to come back after more than two years of injuries, went 2 for 3 for Boston.
Helping thousands of families get ready for higher education is not just generous, it’s visionary.
The plight of the working poor struggling to get by in the shadow of great wealth sparks debate, anger and protest.
Maine bid to outlaw bear baiting will be in national spotlight
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