Saturday, April 19, 2014
The driver who caused a spectacular Waterville crash is sentenced to three days in jail and has her license suspended for 30 days.
Police say they discovered 98 grams of uncut cocaine in a car operated by Brian R. Stackpole, 23. Arresting officers also seized $3,500.
Fire departments in Franklin, Kennebec and Somerset counties have responded to more than 40 chimney fires this month.
Nonetheless, flu is still a concern for the region, says State Epidemiologist Stephen Sears.
Richard Lawson, 58, was wanted by U.S. Marshals for failure to appear for trial in West Virginia. His death is not considered suspicious.
When the wind subsides, searchers plan to use sonar to locate the men who drove into open water Sunday.
A co-owner of Hammond Tractor Co., who is a gun owner himself, is rescinding his offer after backlash from the community.
No new developments in case, but police will hold press conference Dec. 14 to mark upcoming one-year anniversary of toddler's disappearance
"It happens all the time now . . . They'll take flag holders. They'll take the fences, gates, anything. I don't know what to do about it."
Police say charges are likely after they seize four cows, three calves, three horses, a pony, a donkey and two dogs.