The new case was apparently motivated by “a personal dispute” rather than an effort “to influence the outcome of the election,” said Marc Malon, a spokesperson for Maine Attorney General Aaron Frey.
Collins’ contrasting moves on the Supreme Court nominations of Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett underscore the difficulty for a senator trying to find middle ground in an election in which the battle lines appear starker than ever.
The cause of Gary Mullen’s death involved a forklift at a rented building on Ames Road, police said.
SOUTH PORTLAND — The STRIVE Auction is a key fundraiser for the organization that serves teens and young adults with intellectual disabilities. After hosting the event for 15 years, this year the organization needed to be creative to come up with a new way to raise funds in a safe manner. The virtual auction was […]
BANGOR — Let’s Go! has honored one school, 22 school cafeterias, six out-of-school programs, 23 child care programs and three health care practices in Penobscot County for making a positive impact on children’s health. A total of 30 sites are implementing the program’s five evidence-based strategies to increase healthy eating and active living. Let’s Go! […]
During Maurice Diggins’ sentencing on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Nancy Torresen said the crimes were “among the most serious I have seen.”
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has opened an investigation at Woodlands Memory Care of Rockland.
The outbreak at Second Baptist Church, located on Church Street in the border city’s downtown, marks the second recent COVID-19 outbreak connected to a church.
The Commander and Past Region I Commander of the Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) presented to Wayne Hansen, chairman of the Board of Directors of Wreaths Across America (WAA), a check in the amount of $1,500 during their monthly meeting on Oct. 17. The monies are designated for the purchase of wreaths to […]
The House speaker outraised Collins by 2.5 times as of mid-October.
Maine has posted three consecutive days with more than 50 reported coronavirus cases for the first time since May.
A pack of Thomas Gusler’s dogs on Saturday attacked a small dog and a couple who attempted to rescue it.
“The pope is signaling that he understands there is more to ministering to the faithful than affirming dogma that has been centuries in the making,” Michael McGough writes.
Two additional rounds of testing have revealed no new coronavirus cases among Featherman Hall residents.
The cross-shaped monument will be removed in the coming weeks, and will be displayed at the Bangor Historical Society, with language detailing the historical and cultural context of Gomez’s expedition.
LEWISTON — The month of October is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary and, in celebration, many Maine parishes have held Rosary gatherings to honor the Blessed Mother. To finish the month, Prince of Peace Parish in Lewiston will hold a perpetual Rosary at Holy Family Church, located on 607 Sabattus Street, on Saturday, Oct. […]
“Holding nursing homes liable for negligent care is not just about lawsuits; it is about protecting current and future nursing home residents,” Suzanne Bessette writes.
FARMINGTON — The University of Maine at Farmington is proud to announce the appointment of seven new members to the University’s Board of Visitors for 2020-21. The UMF Board of Visitors is a distinguished body of community and regional leaders that advises the president regarding the University’s role and mission and its relationship with the […]
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