Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017: Anti-vaxxers endanger others, EPA in Maine, Sen. Collins betrayed Maine …read more
Nearly everything that needs to align to give them a chance under difficult circumstances appears to be aligning. …read more
The victory by Jones, a former U.S. attorney best known for prosecuting two Ku Klux Klansmen responsible for Birmingham’s infamous 1963 church bombing, narrows the GOP advantage in the U.S. Senate to 51-49. …read more
There’s a point where decent people step off the crazy train. …read more
When David Baker began deer hunting this fall, he didn’t plan on becoming an internet hero, or starting a trend that other hunters would vow to follow. Instead, he had modest goals. He hoped to find a deer for his son, of course. And he hoped people would refrain from walking off with his gear. […] …read more
The family has been making Nativity scenes for generations, and the unique designs have become sought-after collectibles. …read more
The department also hasn’t allowed the report’s author to disseminate copies. …read more
The impact on the families who lost loved ones in a hail of bullets has always been my priority and will continue to be in my thoughts until the day I leave this earth. …read more
BELFAST – Maine House Majority Leader, Erin Herbig hosted a Waldo County Business Roundtable. This event occurred after spending two months visiting different local businesses in Waldo County to help find ways to stimulate their local economy.
“I think she is really doing a great thing getting involved and talking to all of the business owners about what they are going through and getting that first hand experience and learning about what different struggles we’re having and maybe what struggles are the same,” said Isabel Alexander, a manager at Vikings Lumber.
Herbig wrapped up her 60-stop tour of Waldo …read more
Four cases of Hepatitis A have been reported statewide in the past four months, for a total of six cases so far in all of 2017. …read more