Two people are in the hospital after being pinned under an ATV.Authorites say the accident happened around 5 Thursday afternoon off the Littlefield Road in Newburg.Police say it looks like the pair was hauling wood on a trailer behind an ATV when the vehicle started to fish tail and flipped over.No word yet on the condition of the ATV driver or rider.
A Lewiston man who says he was molested by a former Syracuse University basketball coach is seeking to suppress evidence in his own molestation case in Maine.Zach Tomaselli, 23, is accused of abusing a 13-year-old boy.He has said that having been abused himself made it difficult for him to understand a proper relationship between a man and a boy.Tomaselli also denies the sexual abuse charges against him.He wants a judge to prevent a videotaped interview with police from being used as evidence in his case.Tomaselli says he was molested in a Pittsburgh hotel room in 2002 by Bernie Fine when Fine was an assistant coach at Syracuse.
An event held in Augusta Thursday was designed to help lay a solid foundation for the future of Maine roads.The Maine Transportation Conference touched on topics like improving our states infrastructure and policy issues too.It was also a chance for transportation businesses to get their products out there.This was the 61st year for the Maine Transportation Conference.
Police say an accident in Hermon Thursday afternoon was caused by the sun.According to the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department, the driver of a minivan was blinded by the sun while traveling on the New Boston Road.He didn’t see a dump truck parked on the side of the road and clipped the truck.
Santa has come to the Elm City.It’s all a part of the annual Kringleville, which has been taking place in Waterville for more than forty years.Children line up to see the jolly fellow himself.He says the popular items this year are Legos for boys and American Dolls for the girls.” Oh it’s such a magical time of year and children are wonderful here in Waterville and Central Maine and all over the world.
A federal agency that helps private land owners in Hancock County will soon be moving out of Ellsworth and into Bangor.But some of the dozens of farmers and foresters who turn to the Natural Resources Conservation Service are questioning the move.
Border patrol agents say they found $70,000 dollars worth of drugs in a car heading toward Canada.According to the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, a Canadian couple travelled through Maine on Monday with ecstasy pills and cocaine in their car.Police arrested Jason White, 40, and Amber Baird, 21, of Newfoundland Monday night.
A Bangor man accused of selling drugs to undercover police is facing felony charges.The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency believes Gordon McLaughlin, 46, is part of a cocaine ring that was broken up early last month following a raid on two apartments on Ohio street in Bangor.McLaughlin was arrested on November 22.