Monday, March 10, 2014
Congress considers giving the little York River a special designation to help protect its economic, scenic, historical and recreational value for generations.
Bob Dawber, currently the program’s chief operating officer, will lead the York County Shelter Programs starting April 1.
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.
Barreled Souls Brewing Co. will be the second brewery in the city when it opens this summer.
City voters could decide in June whether to borrow nearly $1 million to replace Stackpole Bridge after rejecting a more expensive restoration proposal last year.
Suzanne Joyce filed a legal notice of claim against the city, saying she was wrongfully accused of hindering a police investigation of a former employee.
The agreement announced Friday is intended to reduce costs, but still allows Dayton students to attend their schools of choice.
Selectmen decide Monday they need to spend more time learning about the issue after a tense meeting.
Two craft beer-makers plan to open in the area, part of a mini-boom in York County as it rides the industry’s popularity.
Authorities say John Durkin, whose body is identified after being discovered Thursday in a railway tunnel, was hit by a train.