February 19, 2013 RSS feed / Maine

Judge to address delay in Zumba prostitution case

ALFRED (AP) — A judge was to convene lawyers today for two defendants in a prostitution scandal at a Zumba studio to determine how the case will proceed following a lengthy delay. More...

Auburn mayor wants to work with Lewiston

AUBURN (AP) — The mayor of Auburn says it’s time for his city and Lewiston to explore sharing services again, a plan that was discussed several years ago but abandoned. More...

Drive-In asks fans to help with update

SACO (AP) — The Saco Drive-In is turning to its loyal customers in an attempt to survive. More...

Deering students plan labor mural play

PORTLAND (AP) — Students in a Portland high school plan to present a play based on the Maine labor mural that kicked up a controversy a couple of years ago. More...

Maine’s Acadia to get transportation money

BAR HARBOR (AP) — Maine’s Acadia National Park is going to be getting $800,000 in federal funding to build an intermodal transportation center where visitors can park their cars and take a free shuttle bus to destinations throughout the p More...

Legislature takes up concealed-carry bill

AUGUSTA (AP) — Maine state lawmakers are scheduled to take up an emergency measure to temporarily keep confidential the names of Maine residents with permits to carry concealed guns. More...

Vote likely this week on Maine budget

AUGUSTA (AP) — Maine lawmakers are likely to vote this week on a $153 million supplemental state budget. More...