Authorities identify man shot, killed outside VFW hall (AP) - Authorities have identified a man who was shot and killed outside the Veterans of Foreign Wars ... Fort Lauderdale police say in a statement that 44-year-old Gilbert Oosthuzian of Pembroke Pines died Friday. Police say Oosthuzian had just left ... 06/12/2016 - 9:35 pm | View Link
Authorities identify man shot, killed outside VFW hall FORT LAUDERDALE — Authorities identified a man who was shot and killed outside the Veterans of Foreign ... police said in a statement that 44-year-old Gilbert Oosthuzian of Pembroke Pines died Friday. Police said Oosthuzian had just left the post when ... 06/12/2016 - 7:28 pm | View Link
Authorities identify man shot, killed outside VFW hall Authorities have identified a man who was shot and killed outside the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Fort Lauderdale. The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports Fort Lauderdale police say in a statement that 44-year-old Gilbert Oosthuzian of Pembroke Pines ... 06/12/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Police identify man slain in Pembroke Pines apartment complex Police on Saturday named the 40-year-old man found slain in a Pembroke Pines apartment home ... In September, Milot Desir, 23, of Miramar, was shot and killed by a resident. Desir was apparently attempting an armed home invasion with three other people ... 01/29/2016 - 4:04 pm | View Link
Man Killed in Pembroke Pines Shooting A man died following a shooting in Pembroke Pines Thursday night. The shooting happened shortly before 9 p.m. in the 10600 block of Southwest 8th Street, Pembroke Pines Police said. According to police, Rodney Gray, 47, had been involved in an altercation ... 07/24/2014 - 10:14 pm | View Link
Man shot, killed outside Miramar home Man shot, killed outside Miramar home Police say shooter stole victim's Lexus 10/16/2016 - 2:27 pm | View Website
Teens Tied Down and Shot Up With Drugs at Pembroke Pines ... Gordon Weekes could barely believe what he was hearing. The tall, dreadlocked attorney sat inside a dingy conference room at CATS with Jeff Hittleman, another lawyer ... 10/15/2016 - 1:03 pm | View Website
Killed By Police # since Jan 1st '14: St. g/r: Name, Age * KBP link (plus extensive follow-ups) News link: December (72) (775) December 31, 2013 : WA: M : James M. Eshelman, 54 10/13/2016 - 7:32 pm | View Website
Man struck by car in Pembroke Pines A man suffered serious injuries Wednesday morning when he was struck by a car in Pembroke Pines, authorities said. 10/13/2016 - 7:36 am | View Website
Killed By Police # since Jan 1st '16: St. g/r: Name, Age * KBP link (plus extensive follow-ups) News link: October (899) October 10, 2016: TX: M : G: facebook.com/permalink.php?story ... 10/12/2016 - 6:25 am | View Website
Six candidates – including two incumbents – are vying for two seats on the Sanford City Council.
The race features a mix of residents who have long been active in local politics and newcomers looking to give back to the community.
Incumbents John Tuttle Jr. and Victor DiGregorio are being challenged by Jeremy Mele, Christopher Signore, Robert Stackpole and Richard Terril.
The lobster bait crisis that plagued New England this summer is finally over, now that fishermen have begun to catch herring off Georges Bank.
But the price of lobstermen’s favorite bait fish, which rose dramatically when the offshore fleet wasn’t landing enough herring to refill empty bait freezers, has remained high through the end of peak lobster season, typically August through late October.
Voter registration is at an all-time high in Maine, with Democrats gaining most of the ground at the expense of Republicans and unenrolled voters, according to data from the Secretary of State’s Office.
Unenrolled voters still make up the biggest bloc in Maine, about 36 percent, but Democrats have registered more than three times as many additional voters as Republicans since this time last year.
According to data released Thursday, the number of registered Democrats has jumped by nearly 16,000, from 309,100 last year to 324,820 so far in 2016.
Jim Russell of the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority gives a tour of the new train shed in Brunswick on Thursday. Longer than two football fields, it will become fully operational Nov. 21. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer
The Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority will finally unveil its new train layover facility in Brunswick this weekend, more than five years after it first proposed the project to improve service on the Amtrak Downeaster.
The 60,000-square-foot facility, which is longer than two football fields, will allow the rail authority to begin the overnight servicing of Amtrak Downeaster passenger trains starting in November.
Tucked between a quiet residential neighborhood to the south and the congestion that clogs traffic on Pleasant Street to the north, the facility is barely noticeable.
Once it becomes fully operational Nov.