Work begins again on Callahan mine cleanup
Crews from Charter Environmental have arrived at the former Callahan Mine site to begin another cleanup season at the contaminated federal SuperFund site.
Skowhegan Police suspend search for driver in high-speed chase
A man who led police on a high-speed chase in 2008 was being sought by police Wednesday after another chase, this one reaching speeds of 90 mph before officers backed off for reasons of public safety.
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Madison man arrested in connection with 2012 Kingfield store robbery
A Madison man was arrested Monday at Somerset County Jail in Madison on a charge of felony robbery in connection with an armed robbery at Tranten's Too at about 8 p.m. June 18, 2012.
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Health and Human Services Committee votes against requiring doctors...
The Legislature's Health and Human Services Committee on Monday split along party lines on a bill that would require doctors and their staff members disclose vaccine ingredients to parents before they agree to have their children immunized .
Man Arrested in Connection with Stabbing in Norridgewock
The Somerset County Sheriff's Department was called to a stabbing in Norridgewock early Saturday morning.
Big honor for low-key ex-Marine in Norridgewock
So when he first was told that he had been named statewide Marine of the Year by the Maine Marine Corps League, Gordon, now a school bus driver, accepted the award quietly and continued his work as adjunct paymaster for his local detachment, called Maine Leathernecks.
Alcohol, cellphone use could be factors in two-vehicle accident on Cornville
Alcohol and cellphone use are part of an investigation into a two-vehicle accident that injured two men Thursday afternoon, police said.
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* James Haskell Jr., 37 of North Waterboro, eluding an officer and operating a vehicle without a license Feb.
Report fails to support Norridgewock discrimination complaint
Allegations by a former town clerk that she was the victim of age discrimination at the Town Office are unfounded, according to a report from the Maine Human Rights Commission.
Pair of bills would require allowances for new mothers in the workplace
Pregnant women who may need to sit down or use a bathroom more frequently would be protected at work better under a bill proposed by Rep.
Norridgewock man faces new accusations of child molestation
The husband of a former day-care center operator charged with three counts of unlawful sexual contact is facing additional accusations that he molested two other children.