FALMOUTH - Maine Cancer Foundation (MCF), a 501c3 dedicated to reducing Maine's cancer incidence and mortality rates has announced it's annual call for cancer research proposals. The Foundation will award up to $700,000 in grants and is seeking letters of interest focused on the areas: outcomes research or research infrastructure.
A scary accident today for a trucker in Albion.
He was delivering a building for New England Rent To Own LLC. when he was cut off by another driver.
He had to swerve and the load ended up crashing onto its side in the middle of Route 137.
Fortunately there weren't any injuries.
Bobby James says the crash was a testament to how strong the buildings are constructed.
The roadway had to be closed while the building was removed from the trailer and righted.
No word on if the woman who allegedly cut off the driver will face charges.
One of the men accused of trying to kill a man in Dover Foxcroft has reached a plea deal with prosecutors.
In exchange for pleading no contest today to charges of aggravated assault, the District Attorney agreed to drop the more serious charge of attempted murder for 22 year old Wilber Corson Junior.
Corson and his cousin Kyle are accused of attacking 48 year old Reginald Melvin after they say Melvin started smashing windows in their vehicles last April.
Melvin was beaten and as also shot in the stomach, but survived.
Wilbur Corson also pleaded no contest today to charges filed after a brawl outside the Dover courthouse earlier this month while jury selection was taking place for the shooting case.
Those charges include terrorizing and assault.
Corson will receive his sentence at 1:00 tomorrow.
The case against his cousin Kyle is still pending.
ORONO - The Friends of Maine Hockey salute the 2014-2015 University of Maine men’s ice hockey team at the annual Awards Banquet on Friday, May 8 at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer. The cocktail hour begins at 5:30 p.m. with the buffet dinner following. The banquet is open to the public. Join them to show your support and say good-bye to the seniors.