BANGOR (AP) — One of two New York men charged in a shooting that left one person dead and another wounded in Bangor is due to be sentenced.
Law enforcement officials say 38-year-old Robert Kennedy was killed and another man wounded on Nov. 27, 2015, to settle a drug debt.
His sentencing is scheduled for Monday in Bangor.
AUGUSTA (AP) — Maine’s Republican governor is behind a bill to promote forest products and wood manufacturing jobs through incentives.
Democratic Sen. James Dill is sponsoring Gov. Paul LePage’s bill, which is set for a Monday hearing.
AUGUSTA (AP) — A Republican lawmaker wants to make accommodations for Maine children prescribed medical marijuana.
Rep. Deborah Sanderson’s bill would allow kids prescribed medical marijuana to receive it from certain medical providers on school grounds.
The bill is scheduled for a Wednesday hearing.
SCARBOROUGH (AP) — Fishing regulators are holding public hearings about potential changes to lobster and crab fishing rules in states up and down the East Coast.
AUGUSTA (AP) — Maine’s secretary of state is accusing the U.S. Justice Department of “contempt for the rule of law” for declining to give him documents from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, on which he served.
ST. GEORGE (AP) — The search is continuing for a missing clammer who disappeared off the coast of Maine during Thursday’s blizzard.
The search for 35-year-old Paul Benner was suspended Saturday due to ice and slush from the cold weather.
HALLOWELL (AP) — Business owners in the Maine city of Hallowell say they are concerned about an upcoming construction project that could hamper their businesses.
The Sagadahoc County Sheriff ’s Office charged a man for aggravated assault and burglary Friday in relation to a stabbing that occurred in West Bath the day after Christmas.
Det. Adam Temple obtained warrants, and at approximately 4:16 p.m. Friday and arrested Damon Peacock, 19, with a last known address in Chelsea.
Sears Holdings announced last week it is closing 39 Sears stores between March and early April of this year, although the store at Cook’s Corner Shopping Mall has been spared from this round.
The American Red Cross is facing a blood shortage, and says there is an urgent need for blood and platelet donors of all blood types.
This month is National Blood Donor Month.
Bowdoin Central School was selected to participate as Sagadahoc County’s representative in the WinterKids Winter Games program. The Winter Games are a month-long contest designed to encourage students to be active and healthy. One elementary school in each of Maine’s 16 counties was selected to participate and compete for cash prizes.
The Sagadahoc County Sheriff ’s Office has arrested a man on felony assault charges after he allegedly assaulted a female relative and stabbed a man at a Phippsburg residence Saturday night.
BRUNSWICK — Curtis Memorial Library in Burnswick has announced it planned to reopen today at noon.
BATH — New Hope for Women, which offers support to people in Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Knox and Waldo counties affected by domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, will offer a new support group in Bath for eight weeks, beginning in late January.
An organizational meeting of Bay Bridge Estates residents on Friday in Bath ended with the election of incorporators to allow them to form a tenant association.
The two-hour meeting also drew many questions from frustrated residents wanting to know if, when and how the water supply and infrastructure problems will be addressed.
Lawmakers expect to receive a report this month that will say whether Maine needs to make any changes in response to tax reform legislation recently passed by Congress.
Water deliveries began at the Bay Bridge Estates mobile home park on Old Bath Road on Friday and will keep coming for at least a week to address a water shortage endured by residents.
The Sagadahoc County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a man on felony assault charges who allegedly beat a female relative and stabbed a man at a Phippsburg residence Saturday night.
The Sagadahoc County Sheriff’s Office charged a man for aggravated assault and burglary Friday in relation to a stabbing that occurred in West Bath the day after Christmas.
Detective Adam Temple obtained warrants and at approximately 4:16 p.m. Friday, arrested Damon Peacock, 19, with a last known address in Chelsea.