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Waldo County man files suit against Bangor hospital

A Maine man paralyzed in a crash two years ago is suing a Bangor hospital, where he claims a doctor prescribed him medication that caused him to fall asleep at the wheel. According to the Bangor Daily News, 60-year-old Jeffrey Quimby of Winterport and his wife claim a doctor at St. Joseph was negligent when he prescribed four medications, without informing him that one of them could cause drowsiness.
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Skowhegan man to plead guilty to fraud charge Tuesday

SKOWHEGAN, Maine (WABI) - A Skowhegan man facing federal charges for alleged paycheck protection program fraud will plead guilty tomorrow to some of the charges against him. That according to the Bangor Daily News. 44-year-old Nathan Reardon is accused of obtaining a nearly $60,000 loan early in the pandemic intended...
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Suspects Who Stabbed Maine Woman 484 Times for Drugs and Money Said Victim ‘Put Up a Good Fight’ Before ‘Things Got Out of Control’: Police

Grisly new details have been released in an investigation into the death of a 43-year-old Maine woman who authorities say was stabbed hundreds of times when she was slain by a 39-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman during an April robbery, police say. Donnell J. Dana and Kailie A. Brackett have since been taken into custody and charged with the brutal murder of Kimberly Neptune.

Three-Legged Doe Makes Kentucky Backyard Her Home – Watch Video

As a child, I remember my dad going deer hunting every weekend of deer season. It wasn't until a fawn walked into our yard that he rethought the thrill of the hunt. Once the fawn started coming around more, Dad got a block of salt to put in the yard. The young deer become so used to us that it would let us pet her. It was like were touching a magical creature and I could see her changing what my dad thought about hunting.

Maine woman was stabbed nearly 500 times during alleged drug robbery and wrapped in blanket

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Maine (TCD) -- A newly released affidavit is shedding light on the death of a woman who was allegedly killed during a drug robbery by someone she knew. According to Maine State Police, on April 21 at 8:11 p.m., one of Kimberly Neptune’s relatives called Pleasant Point Police to check on her because they had not heard from her. When officers arrived at her apartment on Thunder Road, they found Neptune deceased and called the circumstances surrounding her death "suspicious."

Searsport Fire Chief charged in connection with alleged embezzlement

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - The Searsport Fire Chief has been charged in connection with an alleged embezzlement after authorities say he received stolen funds taken from an organization that supports the fire department. The Bangor Daily News reports 51-year-old Andrew Webster has been on suspension pending the results of an...