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Legal Action for Landlord in Fatal Maine Fire

Legal Action for Landlord in Fatal Maine Fire

| February 4, 2015

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – Portland officials say they will take legal action against the landlord of an apartment building where six people died in a fire for safety code violations at another building he owns. A city spokeswoman tells The Associated Press Gregory Nisbet did not bring his Dartmouth Street property up to code by […]

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St. Leonard Crash

St. Leonard Crash

| February 4, 2015

Around 8:00 p.m Sunday evening., West District RCMP responded to a head-on collision involving two vehicles on Route 17 in Saint-LĂ©onard, N.B. The preliminary investigation revealed that a vehicle traveling westbound lost control after negotiating a curve and crossed over the centre line. The westbound vehicle collided with an oncoming vehicle carrying two occupants. A […]

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Man Wanted in Missouri Caught in Maine

Man Wanted in Missouri Caught in Maine

| February 3, 2015

OAKLAND, Maine (AP) – A convicted rapist from Missouri wanted for allegedly violating parole has been caught in Maine. Lugmon Abram was apprehended early Monday in the town of Oakland. Police Capt. Rick Stubbert says officers responding to a call of an unwanted person at an apartment saw a man jumping out a window into […]

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Maine Digging Out After Another Snowstorm

Maine Digging Out After Another Snowstorm

| February 3, 2015

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – Maine is digging out, again. Residents of the Pine Street State are reaching for their shovels again a week after two storms dumped three feet of snow on some parts of the state. Monday’s snowstorm had dumped 7 more inches of snow in parts of southern Maine by Monday evening and […]

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Maine Senate Approves LePage Nominee for Finance Chief

Maine Senate Approves LePage Nominee for Finance Chief

| February 3, 2015

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – The Maine Senate has given approval to Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s nominee for finance chief. The Republican-led Senate voted unanimously in favor of Richard Rosen becoming the commissioner of the Department of Administrative and Financial Services. Rosen has been the acting commissioner of the department since former department head Sawin Millett […]

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