A very special flag has been returned to its rightful owner.
An american flag was stolen from a pole outside the home of Nancy Linn Nellis. The regimental flag had been given to her after her husband, Major Herbert Elliott Jr. passed away.
49 gravestones were tipped over Monday evening at the Quaker Hill Cemetery.
Some need repair, others need to be replaced. A lot of flower arrangements were destroyed too.
Police are not releasing the names of the two girls they believe are responsible, who are 13 and 14-years-old.
The mill’s closing would have put more than 200 people out of work.
Baldacci spokesman David Farmer says the governor spoke to company officials earlier Wednesday, and the told him they have decided not to close the mill. How long it stays open, they said, depends on cash flow and customer orders.
Riding Bangor’s BAT bus and other forms of public transportation throughout the region could help your budget.
To give you an incentive to try it, you can ride local busses for free every Friday for the rest of the month.
Nancy-Linn Nellis was given a special regimental flag when her husband, Major Herbert P. Elliott junior, or Jack, as he’s called, passed away. And Nellis has proudly flown that flag on a pole next to her house.
Justice William Anderson issued his verdict against 29-year-old Brad Theriault of Corinna upon conclusion of his jury-waived trial Thursday in Piscataquis County Superior Court. Theriault faces up to 30 years in prison and a $50,000 fine when he’s sentenced next week.
TransCanada Maine Wind Development Inc., a unit of TransCanada Corp. of Calgary, Alberta, plans to erect 44 wind turbines on and near Kibby Mountain, just east of Coburn Gore.
If built today, the 132-megawatt project would be New England’s largest wind farm, generating enough electricity to power 50,000 homes. The company has said it hopes to have the wind farm fully operational by the fall of 2010.
Deputies estimate more than 50 mailboxes were damaged in Brooksville and Sedgwick between Sunday night and Monday morning.
The Hancock county sheriff’s department is investigating.
Anyone with information is being asked to call the sheriff’s department at 667-7575.
About fifty folks from labor unions and organizations like the Maine People’s Alliance, Women’s Lobby, and State Employees Association gathered on the state house steps to ask for change in the health care system.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Safety confirms that Rick Pedley died at Massachusetts General Hospital on July 5th.
Pedley suffered burns to more than eighty percent of his body when the camp he was staying at on Upper Cold Stream Pond exploded last month.
Deputy Chief Bob Keating with the Waldo County Sheriff’s Department says the accident happened just before noon.
He says the circumstances surrounding 79-year old Francis Woodbury’s death are not known.
Investigators are trying to figure out if Woodbury, who was haying alone, fell off the tractor or if he slipped as he was trying to get off.
Jeff Currier from the Maine Forest Service said that smoke was reported on Beech Hill road around 2:00 p.m.
Six acres burned before the fire was contained.
No structures were threatened, but the fire burned in an active logging area that had a lot of potential growth.
Dozens of laid-off workers at the Red shield plant in Old Town are in a holding pattern: waiting to hear when they might return to work.
The company temporarily shut down and has now filed for bankruptcy to reorganize its finances.
On July 7th 1984, 23-year-old Charlie Howard was out for a walk with a friend when three teenagers brutally attacked him on the State Street Bridge and threw him into the Kenduskeag River.
Police say 19-year-old Brendon Bubar was travelling along Route 7 in Newport when he lost control of his Chevy Blazer, careened across the road, and into a house belonging to Jeff Squires.
With gas above $4.00 per gallon, consumers are cooling off to SUVs and pickup trucks, which are filling up dealers’ lots. There’s lots of demand for hybrids and other fuel-efficient models, but dealers can’t get them fast enough.
Last month we told you how Todd Eaton had increased his gas mileage by more than 40% with just two cells.
Since that time, he has been experimenting some more, and is now operating four cells on his ’98 jeep, and his mileage has increased again.
State animal welfare agents say more and more people are getting rid of their horses because they can’t afford them any longer. The Last Chance Ranch in Troy has recently taken in 4 horses that owners couldn’t keep. 2 more are being dropped off soon says owner, Cathy Mesaric.
A Somerville dog breeder accused of aggravated animal cruelty faced similar criminal charges 14 years go, at a time when she was not licensed to breed or kennel animals.
The Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel newspapers say Fern Clark was acquitted in 1994 of animal-cruelty charges but was convicted of assaulting a state animal-welfare agent.
This weekend has been frustrating for many Mainers who weren’t able to make long distance calls.
Some were quick to blame Fairpoint. But a representative from the company says Verizon’s long distance network actually caused the problem.