Friday, April 18, 2014
Barry Mills will step down next year to pursue another ‘professional challenge.’
A public servant for nearly 55 years, he has helped Gov. LePage institute a variety of budget initiatives.
Councilors delay action to address concerns about 'protected areas' that would be established on town beaches.
Builders say they’re on schedule as they face a tight deadline to deliver the contentious building.
The university welcomed 23 students at its new Tangier campus on Jan. 10.
If the contractor doesn’t finish within a week, the work could be completed as soon as next fall.
If the river work isn’t done by the March 31 deadline, beach restoration will have to wait and navigation problems will persist.
More school teams are cropping up as young players compete for and win titles at both the state and national levels.
Gov. LePage praises ‘Red Riots: Coaching Boys Into Men’ as part of his personal campaign to prevent ‘heinous crime against humanity.’
The Camden film festival will screen the films statewide in an effort to engage audiences in discussion.