Maine’s Republican governor wants all able-bodied recipients of the federal food stamp benefit to complete work or volunteer activities.
The Black Bears return 15 starters from last year.
The federal government’s proposals would also apply to the transport of ethanol and hazardous liquids.
July 23, 2014
Food & Dining
A perfect way to spend a Saturday morning
Historic Vaughan Homestead in Hallowell to host events through Sept. 27.
To find the obituaries from the Kennebec Journal, please visit this link. For Morning Sentinel, please visit this link.
American Red Cross seeks volunteers.
Recent renovations of the former Augusta bus stop include the addition of a landmark horse fountain.
Chizzle Wizzle opens
Salt and plow
Volunteers are preparing Christmas gifts that will be shipped around the country and world.
Gov. Paul LePage donates to the Salvation Army Thursday.
B-98.5 FM radio personality Randy McCoy broadcasts from an Army tent near the tank at Camp Keyes gate on Airport Road on Tuesday in Augusta.
Augusta puts its new voting machines to the test.
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