Thursday, June 20, 2013
When they roll out the barrels in Portland this weekend, here are 10 brews to watch for.
She wants state limits removed on keeping the fish, which is considered a 'nuisance invasive species.'
Unable to locate the alleged victim, a prosecutor reduces the charges even though it 'sickens' her, she says.
He co-signs a letter to Portland councilors as a task force urges them to prohibit polystyrene use.
Letter to City Council from LePage and Polystyrene Coalition
The Baxter Academy for Technology & Science meets the required enrollment and begins renovations at 54 York St.
The former Florida governor has both personal and political ties to Maine's first family.
After six years in the morning slot, Moss says she has no hard feelings and understands that change is part of the TV industry.
Jeff Porter says the board was told too late about a $226,000 cost overrun for a school security system.
Philip M. Isaacson has put art in perspective for Maine readers for decades.
Her bill would redefine 'full time' in the Affordable Care Act so firms won't cut hours to save on insurance.
Whether to charge a teenage driver in the April 10 accident hinges on probe results Friday.
Maine man dies from burn injuries after vapors ignite / Suspect admits sex offenses involving two girls in 1980s / Committee supports Portland traffic changes ... and more news from around the state.
Darius Rucker, Sting, Melissa Etheridge, Joan Baez, David Byrne and more in a fabulous week of music / Movie reviews: 'World War Z' and 'Monsters University' / Artist William Wegma ...
Sellers would be held accountable for selling to prohibited buyers without a background check.
An effortless killer in 'The Sopranos,' the actor is called 'a special man, a gentle and loving person.'
Maine Senate approves restrictions on police use of drones