DEAR ABBY: My wife, “Karen,” loves to sing karaoke along with many others, most of whom are vocally challenged. Listening to some of them can be grueling when we go out. Karen knows many of these “performers,” and when they finish, she goes and tells them what a great job they’ve done.
Misinformation is currently circulating in the media about how the Senate’s recently passed tax reform will affect ordinary Americans and small businesses.
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: A Know-Nothing mob, led by a street preacher, caused a riot and burned down Bath’s South Church on July 6, 1854 — perhaps the most embarrassing incident in the city’s long history.
Collins Should Vote Down Tax Bill
The truth is out.
The tax bill before the Congress steals from the poor and gives to the rich.
It is cruel and fraudulent.
Sen. Susan Collins has the opportunity to defend the honor of Maine by liberating herself from the party of Trump, LePage and Roy Moore.
On Dec. 19, 1777, during the American Revolutionary War, Gen. George Washington led his army of about 11,000 men to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, to camp for the winter.
AUGUSTA (AP) — A Maine task force is studying ways to tackle the rising cost of special education.
The task force is set to meet Tuesday in Augusta to work on its report. Its members include lawmakers, advocates, school principals, administrators, a parent and a teacher.
AUGUSTA (AP) — Maine's first lady is serving as chairwoman of a campaign aimed at giving crime victims rights under the state Constitution.
With plenty of fresh snow covering much of northern New England, this winter's snowmobile season is off to a good start — good news in an era when scientists predict the warming climate is going to reduce the amount of time people will be able to cross the countryside on their motorized sleds.
OLD ORCHARD BEACH (AP) — Residents of Old Orchard Beach can voice their opinion on whether to prohibit retail marijuana establishments in the seaside town.
The Journal Tribune reports the town council is holding a Tuesday public hearing on a proposed ordinance that would prohibit retail marijuana establishments in town.
The Republican tax bill would mean average initial tax cuts for Americans across all income lines, but by 2027, it would boost average levies for everyone earning up to $75,000, which includes most taxpayers, Congress' nonpartisan tax analyst estimated Monday.
This proud pooch is Carolina! She's just over one year old and she's a Catahoula Leopard Dog mix. She will make someone a great companion and family dog - she is eager to learn, and will need a good amount of exercise. (A tired dog is a happy dog!)
KeyBank Foundation has donated $450,000 payable over three years to Coastal Enterprises, Inc. to support small business growth and job creation in Maine’s rural counties.
Harpswell selectmen voted to amend the Mitchell Field pier contract with Reed & Reed at a special selectmen meeting on Monday, reducing the cost to the town by $125,250.
Despite opposition and concern from neighbors, the Brunswick Town Council has OK’d the discontinuance of a portion of Pine Street.
The council voted 7-1 Monday in favor of discontinuing part of the street to accommodate the construction of a support structure on the north side of Whittier Field.