Tuesday, December 10, 2013
The spate of accidents include an eight-vehicle crash on the Casco Bay Bridge that snarls traffic for an hour.
Storm snarls travel nationwide; power outages persist
Fully 20 percent of U.S. adults become rich for parts of their lives.
U.S. household wealth reaches high of $77 trillion
Eight Northeast governors want cuts in Midwest emissions, but he is said to focus on 'mobile' pollution.
The city’s anonymous Santa seeks online advice on where to give away $100 bills to needy strangers.
State lawmakers will examine a report’s findings in deciding whether to propose changes in the way schools are funded.
The charges were announced at a news conference Monday after 16 of the 18 defendants were arrested earlier in the day.
Authorities say Ryan Kelley, 34, was struck on Dec. 2 as he walked along Milton Mills Road.
Police Chief Dana Kelley says there may be more arrests as the investigation continues.
South African authorities rush to meet the challenges of hosting what promises to be one of the largest and most prominent gatherings of world dignitaries in generations.
The woman was shot at her home Saturday night, and police have charged Sean Kingston.
The building in Augusta would be home to joint forces operations and about 190 full-time staff.
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
Maine clean election group says outside influence on the rise / Jet lands in Portland safely despite malfunction / Vigil in Monument Square will honor Nelson Mandela ... and more news from around the state.
Seth Collins surprises Emily Young at Flatbread Company in Portland, as he travels the country repeating the kindness in memory of his late brother.
Junior Cody Hughes of Marshwood has lost only six times in two years, but still seeks improvement.
When outside groups with secret donors spend more on an election for state office than the candidates’ own campaigns do, we have a problem.
Kiev has been rocked by massive demonstrations after the president rejected a trade pact with the EU.
Building on history in Bayside
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