Police are trying to figure out what killed a University of Maine student over the weekend.Dylan Lyford was found dead in his apartment Sunday morning in Old Town. The chemical engineering student is originally from Milo. Police responded to a call on stillwater avenue just after 10:30 A.M.When they arrived they found the 19-year-old student unresponsive. He was taken to to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor where he was pronounced dead. The university has had support staff and counselors on hand to help students cope with the tragedy.Old Town police are not releasing details about the circumstances surrounding the death.
Brewer Public Works crews were busy overnight trying to determine the source of a loss in water pressure in the northern section of the city. After several hours of fruitless searching, they discovered a water main break near Indian trailer park on North Main Street at around 5:30 Tuesday morning. The teams went to work on the problem immediately, but say that they may not have water fully restored to all residents effected until mid afternoon on Tuesday.
The state’s medical examiner says the manner of 19-year-old Dylan Lyford’s death is pending further investigation. But Umaine officials have previously said alcohol may have been a factor.
Police were called to an apartment on Stillwater Avenue around 10:30 Sunday morning for a report of an unconscious man. Lyford, who lived on campus, was a first-year student studying chemical engineering. He was taken to a hospital in Bangor where he was pronounced dead. Police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding Lyford’s death.
Tom Cavanaugh and his wife have owned the business for more than thirty years….
Last fall, they received a notice from maine revenue services stating they’d have to stop mailing in their tax payment, and file electronically, or face a fifty dollar fine for each month they failed to comply…..
Organizers met at the muddy rudder this morning, to run down the schedule of events for this year’s festivities…..
There will be lots of fun activities, for the whole family…..
It starts Friday evening at 5pm, when the Muddy Rudder will serve free appetizers, as folks get ready for the fireworks, which are scheduled for 7-30…..
A fire broke out around 4:30 p.m. in the building that houses Court Street Market, as well as several apartments.
It’s not the first time the building there has been hit by fire. The owners had just finished rebuilding from the last fire.
According to the Michael Riley, Superintendent of the Brewer Water Department, there were two water mains that run to the area of North Main Street.
Riley says one of the mains in the area of the Indian Trail Park broke.
Tim Berry plans to walk from the University of Southern Maine, to the University of Maine in Presque Isle,whiledressed in drag.
Berry’s mission has two parts. One, to raise $4,000 for the United, the other,using theidea of charity to ask people to question their levels of tolerance.
State police say Amber Cummings, 31, shot James Cummings, 29, in their High St. home in Belfast back in December.
Cummings pleaded not guilty and not criminally responsible because of mental disease or defect in Belfast District Court.
Police believe that Robert Tilton of Clarendon, South Carolina, rode on a bus more than 1,200 miles to meet a female student he’d contacted through an on-line gaming site.
Police say Tilton got into a locked residential hall after giving a security officer a false name.
The fire broke out around 6:30 Monday morning at a home on Porter Street. Investigators from the fire marshal’s office arrived on the scene around just a couple of hours ago. The home is on a dead-end street and reporters are being kept from the scene, so we don’t have a lot of information.
It was open to all of the high school students in the state. Ten finalists were selected from their audition tapes to play at this weekend’s recital. Samuel Balaga of Gray took top honors.
The fire happened Sunday morning at a home on Route 2.
Everyone managed to get out of the home safely, but the fire did major damage: burning through the roof from one end of the building to the other.
They say that the trend is a result of the slumping economy, which is causing massive job losses, and declines in real estate values.
In what are called ":short sales,": lenders agree to accept less than the outstanding balance of the loan.
The Family Research Council held a rally in Augusta about the issue Sunday night.
Folks who attended the rally were there to support the traditional definition of marriage: that of a union between one man and one woman.
Maine’s dairy farmers are bracing for tough
times amid falling prices and potential cuts in a state subsidy
program, but organic farmers appear to be in better shape than most
to weather unfavorable market conditions.
For the second day in a row, Maine is
allowing people to fish for free on the state’s waterways.
Valentine’s weekend has been designated as Family Fishing Days.
It’s a promotion by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
Maine’s budget crisis is forcing cuts in
security at the state’s courts, a trend that’s causing concern
among court leaders and legislators.
The judiciary had planned to hire 10 additional security
":It’s an astonishing fact that as many as 11 percent of our nation’s rural population has never been to the dentist – never once,": says Senator Susan Collins.
Across the nation, the number of dentists in rural areas is rapidly declining. And those who are working in the field are nearing the age of retirement.
The Maine Warden Service says Scott Davis was pulled from the lake Friday night by his fellow riders, Steve McCullan of Portland, Joe Muce of Acton and Todd Davis of Sanford. Warden Dan Carroll said the three formed a human chain and held on to each others’ ankles to get a tow strap to Scott Davis and pull him from the water.