Augusta — Governor Paul LePage took office as a heavyset man, but when he leaves office next year, he may be nothing more than a bag of bones.
Lewiston — Candidates for the 2018 election still have months of campaigning, but one hopeful is acting like he’s already won the seat as Maine’s highest elected official.
Belfast — City officials scrambled after they realized the negative vibes in city hall were the result of a forgotten cleansing ceremony. Continue reading “Huge Set-Back: No One Remembered to Burn Smudge Sticks at Belfast City Hall”
Castle Stonemark, Portland — The armies of the Portland city council were victorious in their defense of Castle Stonemark, ancient home of the kings and burial ground of dragons.
Augusta — More evidence of a possible 2018 gubernatorial run by Congresswoman Chellie Pingree has appeared, with neighbors reporting Pingree was seen at the Blaine House taking measurements and soil samples.
Augusta — After an emergency session lasting well into the night, Maine lawmakers approved a new, official variant on the Maine flag. Continue reading “Legislature Introduces New Mossy Oak Maine Flag Variant”
Augusta — Political scientists warn Maine is reaching peak candidateship, estimating 1 in every 1 Mainer will announce their candidacy for governor in the next few months.
Augusta– Lawmakers introduced a new attempt at hammering out Maine’s retail marijuana regulations. Among the new proposals is a section giving people who own reptiles a leg-up in the licensing process.
Washington, D.C. — Maine Senator Angus King is currently undergoing observation by the Attending Physician of the United States Congress after his dollar-sign eyes failed to return to normal.
Belfast — In a first-of-its-kind move for Maine, Belfast has a concrete plan to eliminate poverty.