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Recent articles by Beth:

Maine Turnpike Authority garage burns in Litchfield

The 8-bay garage on Academy Road stores plow trucks and loaders, according to a spokeswoman. → Read More

Corinth woman pleads guilty to OUI, manslaughter, to serve 30 months in prison

Melinda Hutchinson was sentenced for a July 2019 crash in Glenburn, Maine, that killed 70-year-old Gordon Stuart. She pled guilty to OUI, manslaughter → Read More

Stockton Springs police officer charged with sexual assault of young teenager

Christopher C. Hast, 32, of Rockland is charged with 12 counts of felony gross sexual assault. → Read More

Brunswick man injured in hit-and-run crash

Arthur Treffry, 77, was hit by a car on Maine Street Wednesday afternoon → Read More

Auburn attorney suspended for rule violations, incompetence, dishonest conduct

Stephen J. Link was suspended Wednesday for six months and one day after admitting misconduct. → Read More

Judge will not review sentence of Wiscasset woman who killed 4-year-old Kendall Chick

Justice William R. Stokes on Wednesday denied a request to review Shawna Gatto's sentence for the 2019 murder. → Read More

Former NYC drug lord living in witness protection in Lewiston killed in Harlem drive-by shooting

Alberto Martinez, 55, had been living in Lewiston under the name Abraham Martinez. → Read More

Former BIW electrician sentenced to probation for workers comp fraud

Michael Collins of Scarborough received nearly $13,000 in workers' compensation claims while continuing to work as a self-employed electrician. → Read More

Winthrop man charged with severe beating of infant son

Camren Breton of Winthrop, Maine, has been indicted for aggravated assault after prosecutors say the beating in July will leave the child blind, a paraplegic → Read More

Investigator finds landlords discriminated against Black, Jewish man

Mark and Michelle Fortin evicted the man in April 2021, shortly after requesting he remove a mezuzah from the door of his Winthrop apartment, according to a report. → Read More

Armed robbery early Monday at Augusta Big Apple

Augusta police say a woman fled the store with an undisclosed amount of money. → Read More

West Bath man sentenced to 25 years in prison for kidnapping, rape, assault in Phippsburg

Corey Ater was sentenced to 25 years for 'horrific' April 2, 2019, incident in which he beat, tortured, repeatedly raped woman in several locations. → Read More

Androscoggin County armed robbery suspects arrested in Portland

Alexander Lewis and Willow Lewis were wanted on warrants out of Androscoggin County for armed robbery. → Read More

Former Minot man accepts plea deal in connection with US Capitol riots

Glen Mitchell Simon, who now lives in Georgia, faces a maximum of six months in jail. → Read More

South Portland police assist with 'ongoing unrest' at Long Creek

Maine Department of Corrections staff did not immediately respond to requests for more information about the six-hour incident. → Read More

Woman files $10M lawsuit against YMCA Camp of Maine alleging permanent injury when she was a teen

Lawyers for Arielle Gazzola say she was 14 when she fell from an overcrowded platform on a ropes course at the camp, suffering severe and permanent injury. → Read More

Rhode Island man seriously injured in Bethel crash

Damien Shuler of Lincoln, Rhode Island, was taken to Central Maine Medical Center following the crash Monday night on Route 2. → Read More

Topsham approves body, cruiser cameras for police

Topsham police officers will soon wear body cameras and drive cruisers with cameras installed on the dash following a unanimous vote by the town's board of selectmen → Read More

Edgecomb crash kills Jefferson teen

Paris R. Pierpont, 17, was killed in a single-vehicle crash Sunday night on River Road. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear Calvary Chapel appeal over COVID-19 restrictions

The Orrington church sued Gov. Janet Mills in December 2020, arguing restrictions designed to curtail the coronavirus pandemic violated the U.S. Constitution. → Read More