The meeting was to show appreciation for the thousands of gallons of fuel donated by Citgo and Venezuela to tribal members across the state.
While the Venezuelan government has come under fire by the U.S. congress for what the U.S. sights as support of terrorist organizations.
26-year-old Michael Fitzsimmons is charged with criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, and assault.
The assault reportedly took place at around ten o’clock Wednesday night at Fitzsimmons’ Gold Street apartment.
Police say they arrived to find Fitzsimmons had barricaded himself in.
State police say 52-year old Debra Seeley’s body was found early Friday in Vassalboro.
Department spokesman Steve McCausland says authorities believe her death to likely be a suicide, because a note and some medicine was found inside her car.
Senator Susan Collins announced Thursday that the work will be done by Maine Secure Composites, which is based at the University of Maine’s Target Technology Incubator.
Collins said the composite anti-tamper containers will help meet the needs of the Department of Homeland Security’s advanced container security device program. The government has been funding various technologies to help cargo handlers monitor shipping containers arriving at U.S. ports.
13-year-old Tommy McNeil died in the fire. His father, chief Rick McNeil, was critically injured.
He’s being treated at Maine Medical Center in Portland.
Now sergeant Troy Gardner says three people, including a woman, were in the trailer the night of the fire.
Authorities said Shawn Ferguson was killed instantly. The crash took place about 7:30 a.m.
The driver of the crane vehicle was not injured.
Trooper Patrick Munzing said there is no indication that speed or alcohol were factors.
23-year-old Specialist William Koelsch III graduated from Penquis Valley High School.
He died during a training mission at Fort Polk, Louisiana on April 9th.
Koelsch was a member of an airborne unit used train other units before they were sent overseas to Iraq or Afghanistan.
Today’s 95-0 vote sends the measure back to the House, which could approve it early next week. President Bush supports the legislation.
Maine Sen. Olympia Snowe, one of three sponsors of the Senate bill, calls the legislation ":unique and groundbreaking.": Snowe says it’s the first time the Senate has acted to prevent discrimination before it has taken firm hold.
On Wednesday, they kicked off their efforts to establish an endowment fund.
The club has been around since 2000, and it now serves 200 children in a variety of programs.
Board members say it’s a positive place for kids to go, and they want to make sure it’s there for years to come.
Damon Nason was in his stepfather’s care when he died back in March of this year.
William Bryson of East Machias is charged with manslaughter in connection with the case.
The toddler died of a traumatic head injury.
Specialist William Koelsch III died on April 9th. He was killed during a training mission at Fort Polk, Louisiana.
Koelsch was a graduate of Penquis Valley High School in Milo.
Visitations were held at Lary Funeral Home in Milo Wednesday evening at 6pm.
The grant, announced last week, is one of the largest in Maine’s history, and will support a cutting edge research and development program based in Maine.
The university will partner with Red Shield Environmental in Old Town, and American Process Incorporated, to develop a method of making ethanol from forest-based materials.
A judge in Hancock County has denied a motion to amend Travis white’s probation.
in 2002, White was convicted on nine counts of gross sexual assault and one count of unlawful sexual contact with four of his former players.
Autopsy results show that Blake Mishou of Greenbush was killed by his girlfriend’s former lover from a gunshot wound to the head.
19-year-old Eric Niles of Alton broke into a home in Bradley on Sunday morning, where he found his ex-girlfriend, 18-year-old Kristen Cates, and Mishou staying.
Three new exhibits are now on display at the museum in downtown Bangor.
The first is by photographer Todd Webb.
It’s called ":Joy Without Measure":, and features 80 gelatin silver prints.
The call came in around 5:30 pm, saying that a controlled burn on the River Road was quickly spreading out of control.
Orrington fire chief Mike Spencer says this was a case of burning during the wrong conditions.
Specialist William Koelsch, III died on April 9th.
He was a graduate of Penquis Valley High School in Milo.
Visitations will be held Wednesday, from six until eight at Lary Funeral Home in Milo.
A 12-year-old boy has died in a fire that destroyed his father’s mobile home in the Hancock County town of Eastbrook.
According to Maine State Police, Thomas McNeil’s body was found in his bedroom after the fire was reported at 5 a.m. Saturday.
Lincoln county officials say she was driving the bike on Rt. 27 in Dresden early Monday afternoon when she lost control.
She, and her 32 year old passenger, were thrown from the bike.
19-year-old Eric Niles was pulled over by police in Norwalk, Connecticut after a chase on the interstate.
Niles shot himself in the head while sitting in the passenger seat when officers approached the truck.