Thursday, April 24, 2014
A judge limits the request. Her lawyer says it’s likely an attempt to portray the Maine CDC employee as unstable.
Maine agency reviewing contradictions in document-shredding testimony
Police issued summonses at a party Tuesday night.
Westbrook athletic director resigns after year of turmoil
At Maine schools, drinking and drug rules often hard to enforce
Dominic Profenno Jr. claims in a lawsuit Portland that he was bitten twice by an infected rat purchased from the chain’s South Portland store.
The Nason’s Corner Park, which will include a large new $600,000 playground, is seven years in the making.
The man was one of five hurt in 2010 when the track starting gate failed to retract rapidly enough.
Work on the deteriorating structure, which carries traffic in Bath to the Sagadahoc bridge, is set for 2016.
Lifetime partners 'Steve' and 'Rachel' have returned to their nest on Hog Island in Bremen as they prepare for breeding season. Watch them on Explore.org's webcam.
An Augusta woman is sentenced to nine months behind bars after pleading guilty to two counts of trafficking in cocaine.
Admirers of Shakespeare dressed in Elizabethan garb stage a sonnet-reading party to honor the great playwright.
A Richmond woman’s claim that her civil rights were violated now moves forward in Kennebec County.
Cate Street Capital and Brookfield Renewable turn to new public relations approaches to express their positions on the Great Northern Paper mill in Millinocket.
The two bills approved by the Democratic-led Legislature await Gov. LePage’s signature.
Man accused of snatching store clerk’s money bag / Landscaping truck mishap cuts power to half of Scarborough / Lewiston couple sentenced over housing fraud ... and more news from around the state.
Goodwill's Little Black Dress Event / Blue Wrap Project fashion show / Music by Rodrigo Y Gabriela at the State / Saying goodbye to Slainte / Sandra Bernhard at Jonathan's / Scienc ...
Boston’s John Lackey dominates with 11 strikeouts, while Michael Pineda faces his second controversy in two weeks.
Lawmakers should override Gov. LePage’s veto of a bill to make it easier to distribute local products.
With the market rapidly expanding, the agency has decided it is time to establish some rules and regulations.
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