“I walked through the door and I took one look at that and went… Done.”
Chef Michele Ragussis is bringing Rockland’s best dockside restaurant spot her personal flavor.
“Everyone says farm to table, we’re sea to table.”
It was all about unity at the first GOP rally since the primaries.
“The Democrats have failed for two years,” said Governor LePage.
Creating jobs is their biggest theme.
A former Chelsea selectwoman convicted of extortion and tax fraud will spend more than seven years in prison.
Carole Swan was also ordered to pay $125,000 in fines and more than $100,000 in restitution. Swan was ordered to pay $25,000 to Frank Monroe of Chelsea, the man whom she extorted thousands from. It was Monroe who finally went to Police and told them of Swan’s manipulation of power.
An Old Town man has been charged with two bank robberies.
26-year-old Troy Gay was arrested Thursday in connection with bank robberies in Corinth and Orono.
In March, police were called to Camden National Bank in Corinth. A masked man demanded money, then fled.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced today they have terminated their contract with the Alexander Group. The Rhode Island based consulting firm was hired to analyze Maine’s current welfare system and the potential impacts of expanding the MaineCare program under the Affordable Care Act. According to findings from the Alexander Group’s report, MaineCare expansion would cost Maine more than $800 million over the next decade.
A woman was taken to the hospital after an accident in Glenburn Friday morning.
Officials say they responded to Hudson Road before 8 AM.
They say a woman drove her car into a pole.
Nearly two decades ago, a support group was formed in the Katahdin Region to provide a safe place for families dealing with tragedy.
Several mothers shared their experience in an effort to help others in grief.
“I didn’t have to put any money down, so it actually costs me less than it would have to rent an apartment,” explains Jennifer Kigas. “It’s not something that I thought I’d have the option to do.”
A Skowhegan man is charged with manslaughter and operating under the influence in connection with a crash that took the life of a dairy farmer from Starks.
Prosecutors say 38 year old Mark Bussell was arrested this week.
Gouldsboro’s iconic bell, a gift from a Canadian ship captain, will be heading up north.
A vote to send the historic bell to Canada passed at the town meeting last night.
Brad Paisley and Waterfront Concerts are honoring Maine military and first responders at his concert this weekend.
Veterans, active duty, retired, reserve military personnel and their dependents 17 and under, as well as police, fire, EMS and dispatch employees will get a free ticket to the concert.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine’s attorney general says a move by the state Department of Health and Human Services to eliminate its support of general assistance welfare benefits to immigrants in the U.S. illegally is unconstitutional.
A town vote in Clifton yesterday could clear the way for a proposed wind farm to move forward.
But not all residents are pleased about the development.
The developer says the wind farm will not only supply electricity to thousands of homes, but will bring in greater tax income.
With the second district congressional primary in the books, Democrat Emily Cain said she woke up this morning ready to hit the ground running.
We caught up with her today at her campaign headquarters in Orono.
The field is now set in the race for the Second District Congressional seat vacated by Mike Michaud. Republican nominee Bruce Poliquin wasted no time getting out on the campaign trail.
Former state treasurer Bruce Poliquin will represent the GOP on the ballot in November. He’s projected to beat his opponent, former Maine Senate President Kevin Raye, by about 10% of the vote.
State Senator Emily Cain has defeated colleague Troy Jackson to become the democratic nominee for Maine’s open second Congressional district seat.
Cain beat Jackson with 72% of the vote.
Bangor School Budget:
City is asking for $43-million, up about 2% from last year
Augusta Lithgow Library Renovation
City wants voters to approve a $15.6 million bond, $8-million for library renovations, $7.6 million for refinancing city’s pension debt
State Senate District 4 GOP Primary
36 of 37 precincts – 97 percent
Paul Davis 1,756 – 58 percent
Douglas Thomas (i) 1,287 – 42 percent
State Senate District 5 Dem Primary
State Sen. Emily Cain has defeated colleague Troy Jackson to become the Democratic nominee for Maine’s open 2nd Congressional District seat.
Cain, a University of Maine employee, will take on the winner of the hotly contested Republican primary in November. She was winning 72% to 28 % Tuesday evening with 329 out of 422 precincts reporting in unofficial returns.