April 18, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Opinion

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EDITORIAL

Gov. Paul LePage’s ongoing matador act with the truth continues to gore local governments, scapegoat Maine’s most vulnerable residents and stymie legislators’ earnest bipartisan efforts to balance the state budget. More...

Commentary

Will Obama debt plan do enough?

I’ve been critical of President Barack Obama’s budgets. More...

Obituaries

Lucy Scesa

BRUNSWICK — Lucy Scesa, age 98 of Brunswick, formerly of Portland, died Saturday, April 14, 2012 at Coastal Manor in Yarmouth. More...

World

Secret Service scandal ricochets

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Secret Service prostitution scandal escalated Tuesday with the disclosure that at least 20 women had been in hotel rooms with U.S. More...

Maine

Gov. LePage signs two domestic violence bills

AUGUSTA — Survivors of domestic violence have one common wish, an advocate said Tuesday: that what happened to them doesn’t happen to anyone else. Gov. More...

Community

ROTARY BOOSTS FREIGHT SHED PROJECT

  JOHN EVANS, president of the Bath Rotary Club, presents a $500 check to Weibke Theodore, chairwoman of the Bath Freight Shed Alliance, on March 19 in the building on the Bath riverfront.  More...