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The Augusta restaurant's run-in with state regulators shows businesses should check with the state before holding fundraising events.
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Now that we've had our first touch of late-fall cold weather with a tad of snow here and there -- mostly there, northern Maine and the mountains, we're also reading and hearing of a slew of vehicles sliding off the road.
WMTW NEWS EIGHT IS PROUD TO ONCE AGAIN PARTNER WITH CENTRAL MAINE POWER FOR THEIR aCOMMUNITY MITTEN DRIVE,a WHICH HAS COLLECTED MORE THAN 45-THOUSAND MITTENS, GLOVES AND HATS TO KEEP MAINE KIDS WARM EACH WINTER.
In a good shrimp fishing season, the fish processing room at Port Clyde Fresh Catch would be a noisy hive of activity on a weekend morning in December.
On Thursday, October 17, at about 12:30 a.m. President Obama signed new legislation for the temporary spending plan that was passed by both the House and Senate.
A small school in Haiti has found a place in the hearts of the owner, employees and customers at the Pizza Top restaurant in Milford, and now money is being raised each month to ensure the students at the school have what they need to succeed.
A 1938 law requires the federal government to purchase dairy products at higher than wholesale prices if Congress can't agree on a bill.
Nelson Mandela's legacy will be one of reconciliation, peacemaking and service, central Maine scholars and residents from southern Africa said Friday.
Best selling Maine author, Paul Doiron, will read from and discuss his newest novel, Massacre Pond , fourth in his mystery series, at the Maine Coast Bookstore in Damariscotta on Saturday, Dec.14th from 11-1 .
A Maine prison inmate has filed notice of a lawsuit against the state and the state prison in Windham because he was pepper-sprayed while restrained and left to suffer for more than 20 minutes.
Hope Spinnery's 10th annual "Winterwork" sale is set for Sunday, Dec. 15, from noon to 5 p.m. Ten local artists will show and sell their handmade products and will on hand to talk about their craft and individual process at the Spinnery on Route 105.
Kara Janes of Castine, then a graduate student at the University of Maine's School of Social Work, sits in a wheelchair at the Lakewood Continuing Care Center in Waterville in July 2011.
Nine of 22 hospitals on the Leapfrog Group's 2013 Top Rural Hospitals list released this week were in Maine.
AUGUSTA – Governor Paul R. LePage sent a letter today to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, criticizing the federal government for providing misleading and inaccurate information to Mainers seeking MaineCare eligibility.
After almost 35 years with claws and talons drawn and rhetoric heated, senior United States and Iranian diplomats have embarked on a journey to reach agreement on Iran's nuclear program.
Contrasted with Barack Obama, who grew up in supposed poverty and a broken home, the message was clear.