Saturday, April 19, 2014
The measure allows prosecutors to consider a driver’s lifetime felony offenses, rather than being limited to looking back 10 years.
The State Fire Marshal’s Office was notified and is investigating the cause of the blaze at 87 High St.
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.
A retired Superior Court judge rules DNA evidence is insufficient to implicate an alternate suspect.
The driver is taken to a local hospital with serious injuries.
The elementary school is one of six schools added to the state’s guaranteed fund list to renovate or rebuild facilities.
A foreign national is sentenced to a year in prison in a conspiracy that involved 13 Mainers.
Part of Higgin’s Beach is declared off-limits to dogs and people.
The Maine independent criticizes Cheney's endorsement of the Bush-era use of waterboarding.
A fading but well-liked fixture on the Maine State Pier since 1993, the so-called Whaling Wall stands in the way of a new commercial venture.