The death of an 18-year-old Auburn man has led to the arrest of a man accused of providing him with alcohol.
Adam Beggs, a 2007 graduate of Edward Little High School, was found unresponsive Saturday in an Auburn apartment and was pronounced dead at Central Maine Medical Center.
AFairfield family got upsetting news early this morning about their son who is serving in Iraq. Brock Denis (23) was injured by a bomb that exploded near the mess hall in Baghdad where he was eating breakfast. He’s the son of Paul and Kim Denis and is serving his 2nd tour of duty with the army in Iraq. Kim Denis tells us shrapnel hit her son in the head, chest, legs and feet. She goes on to add ":we’ve emailed back and forth since then so he is on crutches andI believe he may still be at the hospital I’m not sure. they’re not going to send him home as far asI know and that’s going to be rough.":
An 18-year-old motorist faces a manslaughter charge in last summer’s death of an elderly Skowhegan man who was struck and killed by a car while operating a riding lawn mower in front of his home.
Members of the public who want to pay last respects to philanthropist Harold Alfond will get their chance when a memorial service celebrating his life will be held in the spring.
It’s been more than a week since a top
runner said he was attacked during a New England regional
cross-country meet in Cumberland, and police are hoping that photos
and videos taken at the meet will help identify the alleged
The Internal Revenue Service is trying to
track down more than 300 Maine taxpayers with unclaimed refund
The IRS said the uncollected refunds total $213,000, or an
average of $680 apiece. Most are for 2006, although some date back
Gov. John Baldacci says he is setting up
an energy task force to help coordinate state resources to deal
with potential fuel shortages during Maine’s upcoming heating
With heating oil prices already at record levels, Baldacci
A 46-year-old mother from Hampden has been
jailed pending the outcome of federal charges that she mailed bomb
threats that shut down three Bangor-area schools for a day in
Jodi Lynn Holmes allegedly told investigators that she sent the
Shoe business founder and philanthropist
Harold Alfond, who donated tens of millions of dollars to colleges,
health centers and other nonprofit organizations, has at 93.
The founder of Dexter Shoe Company, Alfond shared his wealth
The organization, the Washington County: One Community! program, describes as its goals: ":Citizens devoted to positive communication across our county, demonstrating, celebrating and promoting success.":
Maine Rural Partners presented the award, which typically goes to communities that use their resources most effectively.
20-year-old Amber Yurchick has been handed a 4 year sentence.
The fire on the Old County Road in sedgwick happened in October of 2006.
Witnesses testified in court that Yurchick set the blaze to get revenge on her former boyfriend for seeing someone else.
The attorney general’s office has decided to drop one of the murder charges against Shannon Atwood.
The canaan resident is accused of killing his wife and another woman, but now he’ll only stand trial for one murder.
Harold Alfond has died. Alfond founded Dexter Shoe and went on to become one of Maine’sbest known philanthropists.
Gov. Baldacci confirmned Alfond’s passing at a press conference Friday morning.
Aflond gave millions of dollars to the University of Maine, Colby College, the Goodwill-Hinckley Homes for Boys &: girls, St. Joseph’s College, and many other non-profits.
Gov. John Baldacci is announcing that and several other steps to conserve fuel as the weather gets colder and prices rise. Baldacci says a lot of Mainers are nervous and frustrated, but he says no one will freeze this winter.
Because of our viewers, hundreds of less fortunate families will have a much happier Thanksgiving.
During our 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. reports, we asked viewers to call in and donate money so that turkeys can be purchased in time for the holiday.
Also, court documents are revealing new details about what happened in the woods last week, between 48-year-old Joseph Dumas and 70-year-old Mario Litterio.
Dumas apparently asked Litterio to help him track a deer.
A judge has ruled that 44-year-old Rachel Childs was insane when she set the fire, and is not criminally responsible.
According to prosecutors, Childs set fire to some materials in her closet.
A Canadian research marketing company has chosen the city as their first site in the united states.
Last week voters defeated a question on the ballot that would have allowed a racino in Washington County.
That’s where a man from Lee was killed after his car traveled into the path of a pickup truck.
Officials say 86-year old Walter Fritz was traveling toward the interstate on an access road when his Chevy Cavalier suddenly crossed into the oncoming lane and collided with a large pickup truck driven by 53-year old Vern Olsen of Hermon.
The state medical examiner’s office said the body was that of 38-year-old Donna Paradis, who has been missing since Oct. 23.
The manner of death has been ruled a homicide, but the cause of death is being withheld at the request of the attorney general’s office. No arrests have been made.