Tuesday May 14
Bangor Daily News
Greely Middle School principal to take job in Poland-area schools
School Administrative District 51 will lose an award-winning administrator when Kimberly Brandt becomes assistant superintendent in Regional School Unit 16, which includes Poland, Mechanic Falls and Minot, on July 1. "It's hard; I've been the principal here for eight years, and I do love it here," said Brandt, 52, who lives in Poland Springs.
Woman injured when car flips on Route 121 in Mechanic Falls
A 28-year-old woman was thrown from her car Monday morning after the car apparently hit an abutment and flipped over several times on Route 121 by the Sawyer Bridge.
Epic auction features Greeley's cars, trucks, tools, equipment
"Monumental" is the term auctioneer Jody McMorrow uses as he walks through the massive display of tools, collectibles, classic cars and racing memorabilia at Bob Greeley's home.
Hot dog fundraiser in Lewiston
Danielle Carr of Poland pours ketchup on her hot dog at Russell Park Rehabilitation and Living Center in Lewiston on Tuesday.
Where to donate to Lewiston's fire victims
All donations will be delivered to the YWCA for distribution. Drop-off locations are: 232 Center St.
Peninsula food sovereignty movement takes a blow at state level
When Brooksville's Ordinance Review Committee debated placing a local food sovereignty ordinance on the 2013 town meeting warrant, chairman Sarah Cox read a letter from the town attorney, who advised that "it may give selectmen some concern in that [the local foods ordinance] is preempted at state level." Voters ultimately approved the ordinance ... (more)
Donations pouring in for fire victims
Tamara Gunnels, right, of Sabattus, and her cousin, Lilly Johnston, 15, of Lisbon Falls prepare to drop off donations Tuesday after starting a Facebook page with Patricia Ramsey to gather donations from those affected by Monday's fires.
City to present Park Avenue intersection plans
Turn lanes would be added to both sides of the Park AvenueMount Auburn Avenue intersection in 2014, according to a Maine Department of Transportation plan.