The Kremlin on Wednesday confirmed that President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer reached out to them during the 2016 presidential campaign, seeking help for a business project in Russia.
A Violent Nation
I was at the antiwar vigil Saturday to protest the air show depicting U.S. military might and its aerial prowess.
Republicans from New York and New Jersey are pledging unconditional support for those devastated by Hurricane Harvey. But their resentment lingers.
LEWISTON (AP) — A Lewiston school is banning cellphones over concerns about social media addiction and bullying.
The Sun Journal reports Lewiston Middle School will roll out an online app for students, parents and teachers to report bullying. School district officials also are working on a social media guide for parents and staff.
A sign post has been removed from the Gamble Preserve in Phippsburg, according to the Phippsburg Land Trust, which is considering it an act of vandalism.
The missing 2x4 ft wooden sign marked the trailhead and parking lot for the preserve. One of the 4x4 posts that was holding the sign has been removed, while the other has been bent.
DRESDEN (AP) — A Maine company is partnering with television host Andrew Zimmern for a special line of spice blends.
In September, Curtis Library launches “Get Reel!” a documentary film series focusing on films with local relevance.
Each free screening will feature a discussion with local experts. No tickets required.
The schedule is as follows:
SACRED COD: Sept. 7, 7 p.m.
The latest weather forecast delivered hope to Houston after five days of torrential rain submerged the nation’s fourth-largest city: Less than an inch of rain and perhaps even sunshine.
As Tropical Storm Harvey continues to ravage Texas and now Louisiana, Maine’s attorney general and local law enforcement are warning of hurricane-related scams while advising how to help victims.
Maine Attorney General Janet Mills on Tuesday advised
The 2017 People Plus Senior Health Expo will be held at the Cook's Corner Mall in Brunswick on Tuesday, Oct 17, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Last year’s event had a turnout of more than 700 participants including more than 70 exhibitors.
There are still opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors for this year’s event.
Regional School Unit 5 will use an additional $168,000 state subsidy to offset local tax increases on residents in Durham, Freeport and Pownal.
The RSU 5 board of directors voted last week to allocate the state subsidy money to the reduction of the tax impact of the $32.2 million budget.
The budget for a new Morse High School and Bath Regional Career and Technical Center comes to more than $74.6 million, most of which will be paid for by the state. The four communities that comprise RSU 1 — Arrowsic, Bath, Phippsburg and Woolwich — will front $7.9 million of that cost.
Books have more uses than might be obvious. Sure, you can press flowers in a heavy one and set out the pretty ones as decoration. You can read the darn things.
Pint by frothy pint, a hoppy revolution is brewing in Russia.
Last week I had two rare opportunities: I was able to go on a road trip with just my husband and our two older boys, and I was able to see my husband afraid of something.
Hurricane Harvey has forced both the Houston Astros and Houston Texans to play home games miles away from the flood-stricken city with players wondering when they will be able to come back.