DEAR ABBY: Years ago, my husband and I hosted a St. Patrick Day’s party in our apartment for friends. There was a lot of drinking going on. I had to be at work early the next morning, so I went to bed while the party went on. I awoke a short while later to one of the men attempting to rape me.
With trembling hands, the youths drew lots until they numbered 14. As their village watched and wailed, they boarded the black-sailed boat. Upon arrival, they were cast into a labyrinth, murdered, and eaten. Their deaths foretold and accepted, a price to be paid in their modern day.
Some of the students at Brunswick High School next week will take their walk outside, provided the snow drifts from this week’s next Nor’easter have subsided. They are marching for the 17 souls lost in the shooting on Valentine’s Day.
The fight to keep tiny pollutants from reaching the dinner plate might start in the laundry room.
NEWFIELD (AP) — Police say a man in York County threatened his daughter and her boyfriend with an AR-15 assault-style weapon during a dispute.
They say a caller told them her father was arguing with her and her boyfriend Monday when he made the threat with the semi-automatic rifle. The caller, boyfriend and the caller’s children fled the home.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Several New Hampshire congresswomen are calling for the removal of the New England VA system’s regional director, saying he was unable to provide satisfactory answers to what he knew about deteriorating care at New Hampshire’s only veterans hospital.
CASCO (AP) — The driver of a truck that rolled over into a power line and cut power to most of a Maine region claims a sneeze caused the crash.
ROCKPORT (AP) — One of the most influential commercial fishing groups in New England is handing over its top position to a new leader for the first time in almost three decades.
The Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association invites Harpswell residents and interested parties to a presentation and discussion of “Beyond the Bow: A fisheries needs assessment of Harpswell..
Two teams of Mr. Ararat students put their science knowledge to the test last weekend.
A seasonal home at 102 Sunset Cove Road was destroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon.
The Lincoln County Sheriff ’s Office has confirmed an assault occurred at Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset on Saturday.
After weeks of discussion and testimony, the Legislature’s Taxation Committee voted in support of a tax credit for Bath Iron Works worth up to $60 million over 20 years.
The U.S. National Weather Service has a winter storm warning in effect from 7 p.m. Wednesday until 4 p.m. Thursday. Heavy snow and difficult travel is expected, including during Thursday morning’s commute.
Total snow accumulations of between 12-18 inches are expected.