Lincoln and Sagadahoc County commissioners plan to meet this Thursday or Friday to hash over disagreements about cost sharing for Two Bridges Regional Jail.
The Legislature enacted a new rule for itself last week to illuminate the process of attaching price tags to bills, though the director of the office responsible for those price tags said everything his office does was already transparent.
The Legislature took a major step toward a “paperless chamber” this week, a move hailed by some as a saver of time, money, and paper but criticized by at least one lawmaker as a waste of scant resources.
The Waldoboro Police arrested two mid coast men for kidnapping as the result of a multi agency investigation, leading to the seizure of 10 pounds of marijuana and multiple firearms on Jan. 19.
A new rule that requires vendors to change the way they pay sales, use and service provider taxes has drawn opposition from a lawmaker who says the rule is unfair to small businesses.
The Maine Principal’s Association (MPA) Ad Hoc Committee on Athletic Policy has proposed serious cuts to the 2009-10 seasons. The recommendations of the MPA will be voted upon Jan. 26.
Firefighters from at least three area towns descended on a Perry Drive home in Dresden this morning to battle a structure fire that devastated the private residence.
A computer programming error at Maine Revenue Services caused about $22 million in tax revenues to be double-counted over a two-year period, a problem that the state’s finance chief recommends covering with an anticipated influx of federal economic stimulus cash.
Two Lincoln County men are in custody and facing a variety of charges including kidnapping, terrorizing and criminal restraint as the result of a local investigation.
Eden Hutchins and Garret Mathews of New Harbor are proud to announce the birth of their baby girl, Kayla Alexandra Penny Mathews, born on Dec. 10 at 6:44 p.m.
Sheriff Todd Brackett reports the following:
On Dec. 30, 2008, Bryan L. Perkins, 21, of Damariscotta was issued a summons for operating while license is suspended or revoked, on Back Meadow Rd., Damariscotta, by Deputy Mark Bridgham.
Carpentry Cashs Custom, Bristol, failure to register vehicle, $100.
Martin J. Cunic, 49, Derry, N.H., assault, $300, Two Bridges Regional Jail, 9 months, all but 48 hours suspended, probation 2 years; violating condition of release, Two Bridges Regional Jail 48 hours.
Sigrid & Associates LLC Real Estate are pleased to welcome a new sales representative, Betsy Ferguson, to the agency.
State veterinarian Dr. Don Hoenig said all seems in order at a Whitefield farm that prompted December complaints from the neighbors about possible animal abuse.