Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Moore, Okla., Fire Chief Gary Bird said fresh teams would search the whole community at least two more times to ensure that no survivors – or any of the dead – were overlooked.
More tornadoes in forecast for central U.S. today
In tornado's wake, worried parents seek out kids
SLIDE SHOW: Death, destruction in Oklahoma
Two brothers say the late Rev. James Vallely sexually abused them over a three-year period in the late '70s at St. Michael's Parish in South Berwick.
House Speaker Rep. Mark Eves, D-North Berwick, will address the evening session to push expanding public health insurance program for low income residents.
A contractor from New York says CMP failed to deliver materials on time, costing the contractor extra time and money during a yet-to-be-finished transmission-line upgrade.
It got support from the two-thirds of the Senate needed to amend the constitution but failed to get two-thirds in the House in an initial vote Monday.
Legislators will look into fixes after the Sunday Telegram reported that the state's inspection program is one of the least rigorous in America.
Oversight of Maine restaurants diminishes, just as complaints rise
Dr. Crothers was a prominent Portland surgeon and the driving force behind the formation of Maine Handicapped Skiing.
An accused drug dealer from Old Orchard Beach is named in court papers as a suspect in the killing.
Fire and code officials will inspect the building after the lack of working fire alarms forces evictions.
Maj. David Cote hopes to honor the 46 Mainers who have died in the war on terror with engraved rocks atop the state's tallest mountain.
Residents of Bridgton, Casco, Sebago and Naples will decide Tuesday whether to approve the proposed 2013-2014 budget, up 7 percent from the current year.
The former Old Orchard Beach employee reported financial irregularities, and was retaliated against because of it, the panel says.
Camden resident Don McLean will perform his iconic song and others at the city's annual celebration.
Three times Portland scratches back to one run, only to have the visitors extend their lead and streak.
No one wins when the doors of higher education are shut to society's newcomers.
The defense says fairness demands a dismissal. But prosecutors say dropping the charge would feed the perception that famous people are treated differently.
Maine Senate backs bill to expand Medicaid, pay hospital debt