Michaud predicts support from both sides of the aisle to pass legislation.
Rain postponed the tournament until Tuesday, with no scores carrying over.
Central Maine residents are concerned about which stores will close and how prices will change.
To be successful, long-term economic strategy must survive changes in leadership in Augusta.
Food & Dining
Would you like a cookie or a doughnut with your coffee?
Annual festivities include rafting, rock climbing, a car cruise-in, bed races, more.
To find the obituaries from the Kennebec Journal, please visit this link. For Morning Sentinel, please visit this link.
Winners of parade, cupcake and other contests named.
Paper applications are due by the end of the day on July 25 and online applicants have until 11:59 p.m. on Aug. 15.
Lawrence softball, field hockey player learns the art and craft of fly fishing at the Maine Trout Unlimited Trout Camp.
Fish makes birdhouses for his Eagle Scout Project.
Ina Cyr, 82, wins a permit for the first time while the no-permit streak goes on for so many others.
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