For security reasons, the precise location is not being dislosed, but there have been reports indicating the destination is Pakistan.
Biden’s spokeswoman, Elizabeth Alexander, says the fact-finding mission will help inform executive and congressional reviews of U.S. policy toward the region in the coming months. She was careful to note that delegation does not speak for the U.S. government, and isn’t relaying messages from the incoming administration.
IT HAPPENED ON THE REACH ROAD AROUND 3 P-M SUNDAY.
TROOPERS SAY 33-YEAR OLD ANTHONY ROBBINS WAS DRIVING WHEN HE LOST CONTROL OF THE CAR.
IT SMASHED INTO A TELEPHONE POLE, ON THE PASSENGER SIDE.
":we are on track to have one of the biggest years ever and we have already – totally- gone over our budget for 2008 – 2009.":
GRETCHEN O’GRADY SAYS FIRE AFTER FIRE THIS WINTER HAS DRAINED THE RESOURCES OF THE PINE TREE CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS…
The Vassalboro Planning Board on Tuesday will consider a business permit request for a topless coffee shop at the site of the former Grand View Motel on Route 3.
The building has also been the home to several other business ventures, most recently Mac Daddy’s Pub at the Fat Cat Grille, which closed three or four years ago.
":Really, in the wintertime, on the ice, it’s a rule of checks.":
":Check with the locals, check on your gear, check the ice yourself.":
GAME WARDEN JIM FAHEY SAYS THE BLANKET OF SNOW THAT FELL OVER THE HOLIDAYS HAS SLOWED THE FREEZING PROCESS DOWN, AND WHILE SOME LAKES AND PONDS MAY BE OKAY TO TRAVEL ON, SOME MAY NOT BE….
DR. TOM DIFFELL FROM THE EASTERN MAINE EMERGENCY VETERINARY CLINIC IS TRYING TO EDUCATE FOLKS ABOUT PROPERLY PROTECTING ANIMALS FROM THE COLD…
HE SAYS TOO MANY FOLKS PUT THEIR DOGS OUTSIDE, THINKING THEY CAN HANDLE THE FRIGID WEATHER…
THE NEW MAINE LEGISLATURE RETURNS TO WORK ON WEDNESDAY.
THE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE WILL GET A JUMP ON THAT, MEETING TOMORROW TO BEGIN HEARINGS ON A SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET.
TO REWRITE THE BUDGET, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT A PROJECTED 150-MILLION DOLLAR SHORTFALL FROM NOW UNTIL SUMMER.
According to the state energy office’s weekly survey, the average heating oil price grew by 1 penny to $2.28 per gallon on Monday. That’s still $2.43 less than the peak of $4.71 a gallon in the state’s report on July 7.
Gov. John Baldacci this week presents the
details of his two-year state budget for Maine — and the spending
blueprint is sure to drive much of the legislative agenda in the
Someone in northern Maine is a half million dollars richer.
A winning Megabucks ticket was sold last week at Smith’s General Store in Springfield.
The wednesday jackpot was $550,000.
State Lottery director Dan Gwadosky says the winner came forward on Friday.
Congressional hearings have yet to begin
on the economic stimulus plan that’s championed by President-elect
But already many Maine municipalities are joining the state in
expressing hope of getting a piece of the stimulus pie. Towns and
Mariners are being urged to buy new
digital emergency distress beacons for the upcoming arrival of the
digital age at sea.
Beginning Feb. 1, satellites that scan the Gulf of Maine and
Renowned Bangor author and teacher Burton Throckmorton has died.
Doctor Throckmorton taught for more than six decades.
He was the Hayes professor of New Testament Language and Literature at the Bangor Theological Seminary for 35 years.
Some history will be made on Tuesday in
the Maine State House.
Janet Mills of Farmington will become the first woman to serve
as state attorney general when she’s sworn in by Gov. John Baldacci
A Medway man who was driving a company
truck when it crashed and killed a passenger has been indicted on
charges of manslaughter and aggravated driving to endanger.
James Lee, who is 43, runs a construction business in
Some grim statistics from Maine State Police— the number of homicides in 2008 grew to 31 in the state.
That’s the highest number since 1989, when 40 people were killed in the deadliest year in Maine history.
Under the old law, when a person was adopted their original birth certificate was sealed. With an amended document issued that lists the adoptive parents names.
The bill to change that law was sponsored by former state senator Paula Benoit, who was adopted herself.
(AP) The cold weather of the past week has made a difference, but many lakes and ponds are not ready for anglers, much less ice shacks.
Most observers in central Maine say ice conditions are not yet safe. In the upper Kennebec Valley, following the recent cold weather, it’s just beginning to freeze solid.
Stephen McCausland of the Maine Public Safety Department says the fire in the seven-unit downtown building broke out between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. Thursday. McCausland says the fire started in the victim’s second floor apartment, but the cause is under investigation.
Two people from Alabama called state police about 5:30 Thurscay morning to say they got lost while hiking from Eagle Lake to the West Face Trail.
The hikers told police they had no idea where they were, and they were not dressed for the below zero temps.