Monday Apr 14
Natural gas expansion could spike Hallowell water rates by 20 percent
The local water district wants to raise rates for most water users by 20 percent to pay for a new employee to help monitor natural gas expansion in the city.
Fire that destroyed Randolph store was accidental
Rising from the ashes: Webb's Store owner Dan Kilmer, shown here shortly after the March 26 fire, said he hopes to rebuild by summer.
Report: Optimistic projections lead to Gardiner ambulance shortfall
Consultants hired by the city to review its ambulance fund recommended fixes, including reducing billing delays and collecting more aggressively.
Consultant to present report on Gardiner ambulance service Wednesday
The city of Gardiner hired an outside consultant to review its regional ambulance and rescue service after discovering that revenues for the fund appeared lower than expected.
Early morning fire destroys Randolph business
Staff photo by Andy Molloy Webb's Store owner Dan Kilmer walks past the burned business Wednesday morning after an early morning fire.
Gardiner hires consultant to review ambulance budget
The city of Gardiner announced Tuesday it has hired a consultant to review revenue in the city's ambulance service budget that appears to be less than expected.
Augusta District Court
Samuel Alexander Barrows, 19, of Windsor, two charges of violating protective order Nov. 6, 2013, and Feb. 10, violating condition of release Feb. 10, all in Windsor; 33-day jail sentence.