Wednesday, April 16, 2014
The bill is amended slightly in an effort to win the governor’s approval.
Bill Nemitz: For once, the Big Guy really is a big guy
States – but not Maine – giving overdose antidote to public
Officials hope to combine the station’s two facilities after it leaves the Time and Temp building it has inhabited for 15 years.
The survey gives the governor a slight lead -- his first in public poll -- but margin of error, other surveys indicates dead heat.
The Kennebec River in Augusta is more than 5 feet above flood stage Wednesday evening, but no severe damage is reported.
Flooding claims one victim in northern Maine
Flooding closes Main Street businesses in Dexter
N.H. suspends search for missing man in Smith River
One of last year’s runners, who was competing as an amputee, returns to complete what he started – and he brings two friends.
Four Boston Marathon heroes a year later
Man charged with marathon hoax sent for psychiatric evaluation
The judge allows Andrew Demers Jr., who served 26 years with the state police, to remain free on $5,000 bail.
Undercover agents purchased crack from Ian ‘Night’ Nono on multiple occasions, police say.
The woman’s attorney questions why Stephen McKenney was shot by a deputy, but the sheriff says her account differs from others.
Windham man killed by police had shown no distress to outside world
The government says it has halted a program to collect old debts, some of them owed by deceased relatives of those whose refunds have been seized, according to a report.
Offspring paying for families' age-old IRS debts
A state trooper says he saw Godfrey Watchiba’s car with flames shooting out from under it as it traveled.
The totals were up 6.7 percent over the same month in 2013, while the ‘load factor’ for flights also increased.
Cain, a Democrat, and Poliquin, a Republican, are well ahead of their opponents in the June 10 primary.
Conservartive Republican Gov. Scott Walker has used the liberal rocker's music at a campaign rallies.
The Celtics’ season closes with fans talking a lot of ‘tanking’ and ‘pingpong balls.’
Gov. LePage should sign a bill that would put the corrections system on the right course.
It forces them to make efficiencies on the ground and in the air, and that has turned into solid profits.
Is landmark Portland whale mural endangered?
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