Augusta area police reports for Sept. 1, 2014.
Sports reporter Evan Crawley previews the central Maine 2014 high school golf season.
The chairman of the unions’ bargaining committee says negotiations have been one-way, with no counter offers from the company in recent weeks.
When corporations invest in their employees, they reap the benefits of loyal and stable workforce.
Food & Dining
Enjoy a whale of a meal at the Whale’s Rib Tavern
“Darkness First” and “Historic Shipwrecks of Penobscot Bay”
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Reception held at the Pittston Town Office.
Oregon and Massachusetts find harvesting is harder when some hunting practices are banned.
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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