Morning Sentinel

Former Red Sox manager Don Zimmer dies at 83

Zimmer was famously in an altercation with Boston pitcher Pedro Martinez when he was a bench coach for the New York Yankees.

Quaker cemetery details mess up a good story

The moral outrage over vandalism at Avery Lane’s grave should also be aimed at those who attack the Religious Society of Friends and their beliefs.

Winslow High School graduates 108 students

The students were reminded of the choices they have to leave a positive impact on the world during a ceremony at Colby College Wednesday night.

Wilton tannery cleanup moving forward

Selectmen will decide whether to have the town pay to tear down the industrial building on site after the containments are cleaned up.

Donald Sterling agrees to sell L.A. Clippers

The team owner, vilified for his racist remarks, will sign off on the $2 billion deal to sell the team to Steve Ballmer

Woman sues Waterville over city truck accident

A Vassalboro woman wants the city to pay for her 13-year-old Honda plus rental car charges.

State cancels Pine State Trading liquor contract

The Gardiner-based company was orginally awarded a 10-year contract in February, but a clerical error that led to ‘inaccurate information’ spurred the state to pull the award.

Talks in Bergdahl release had wider goal: Analysis

The events, for which the stage was set beginning four years ago, are about working up to larger discussions about a future peaceful Afghanistan.

Gardiner finance program lures Frosty’s Donuts downtown

The popular doughnut shop opening at a key corner is part of the goal to attract a mix of established retailers, restaurants and professionals.

Wilton plans to force cleanup of Adams Street property

Homeowner Duane Pollis lost a civil case and will get a cleanup bill after not obeying a court order to clean up appliances, scrap and vehicles.