AUBURN — To say that Auburn firefighters will miss Evelyn Brown is to utter a gross understatement. Starting shortly after 9/11, Brown brought the fire crews cookies she baked herself, to thank them for their service.
DIXFIELD — Selectmen may decide next month whether to share a police chief with Mexico. Dixfield will lose its longtime police chief, Richard A. Pickett, to retirement in either late January or early February.
PORTLAND — A Maine Superior Court justice heard arguments but made no decision Wednesday on whether the lowest bidder should receive the job of building an addition to the Lisbon High School gymnasium.
LEWISTON — In trying to save someone's life by donating a kidney, former Lewiston police officer Alice Laliberte's life was saved. Laliberte is thankful to be alive, thankful doctors discovered she had lung cancer and thankful that her tumor was successfully removed.
Paris police Chief Michael Madden is scheduled to appear in court after being arrested and charged with operating under the influence last Friday, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office. Madden, 50, was arrested on Wiley Road in Naples shortly after midnight Nov.
My friends, the fact that I'm here to write this column today is nothing short of a miracle. I have been inside the combat zone, a place of flying fists and gnashing teeth, yet I'm still here to talk about it.
LEWISTON — The Twin Cities could split the $183,000 cost of a much-needed scrubbing of the Lake Auburn intake pipe that feeds water to both cities. Councilors reviewed plans Tuesday to clean algae from the intake grates in the middle of Lake Auburn.
LEWISTON — Though the Bates College men's basketball team watched its lead dwindle Tuesday night, the Bobcats never let it slip away. Bates built an early advantage in the opening half and then fought off a comeback by the University of Southern Maine in a 56-47 win.