Author: Bill Nemitz

Filter by Popularity: - - - -
That's the central question as the senator prepares to cast a crucial vote for or against putting Brett Kavanaugh on the highest court in the... [Read More]
With just 15 months left on his sentence, Arnold Nash escaped last week only to be caught four days later, in an apparent effort to... [Read More]
The exhibit focuses in part on the atrocities committed by American troops in the Vietnamese hamlet on March 16, 1968. [Read More]
But the Sportsman's Alliance of Maine and Republican Bruce Poliquin's campaign are uncomfortable with military veteran Jared Golden's knowledge and reasonableness on the issue. [Read More]
As she prepares to vote yea or nay, she should take a long, hard look at the political landscape. [Read More]
An 8-year-old boy gets an early start on his ambition to become a farmer by growing a bumper crop of hundreds of tomatoes. And then... [Read More]
They share the anger, the scowl, the tight body language, the schoolyard insults. [Read More]
There's something to be said for being blissfully unconnected. [Read More]
That's exactly the kind of distrust the trollers of Maine politicians are looking to sow. [Read More]
Roger Morse, a running coach, is tired of running into such a brick wall. [Read More]
Allan Monga will proudly represent Maine this week at the Poetry Out Loud national championship in Washington, D.C. [Read More]
Nicholas P. Curro III, who reneged on heating oil contracts with 313 customers for almost $400,000, evades punishment for over a decade. [Read More]
The Republican's hopes for succeeding LePage as Maine's governor may rest on voters liking him enough to dismiss some of his statements. [Read More]
Between meeting days, document days, court days and other duties, Andrew Schoening never had enough time to handle his large number of cases. [Read More]
One Maine school district twists itself in knots to justify punishing youths for taking a stand against gun violence. [Read More]
How have the good people who staff L.L. Bean's returns counter managed to keep their sanity, not to mention their smiles? [Read More]
Maine's bullheaded governor insists that naloxone, rather than saving lives, only delays inevitable deaths. [Read More]
Jason Savage, who has been linked to the anonymous right-wing website Maine Examiner, says 'it's been an unfortunate personal situation with many factors beyond my... [Read More]
But silent on the matter is Jason Savage, the Maine Republican Party's executive director. [Read More]
Her swing vote in the U.S. Senate has put her at the epicenter of political power with leverage that the Trump administration must reckon with. [Read More]
Jump To: