Sunday, March 9, 2014
A 72-year-old from Falmouth was cited after he drove the wrong way Wednesday, striking another car head-on, police say.
Maine apparently has one of the highest per-capita rates of UFO sightings in U.S.
Work could start as soon as October, and would dramatically extend the life of three private marinas in the harbor.
The Army Corps of Engineers could fund the $2.5 million project.
After heated testimony, the City Council says it has no choice under the terms of a contractual agreement.
Voters will decide June 10 whether to reverse a City Council move to sell part of Congress Square Plaza.
If successful, the purchase by the Maine Coast Heritage Trust would open 15 acres of wooded land to public access.
A task force will study the impact of the European species that has taken a bite out of Maine’s bivalve fishery and develop controls.
It’s unclear whether the relic that the Cumberland library wants to donate to the state museum was really once owned by President Andrew Jackson.
Regulators are expected to allow a pipeline to start flowing into Montreal, which environmentalists fear will open the door to pumping the controversial oil to Portland Harbor.