12:31 PM

Couple charged by moose under investigation by Maine Warden Service Video clip included

The New Hampshire couple say they were not chasing the moose, which is against the law.

Yesterday at 10:06 PM

Westbrook opens defense of state baseball title with victory

The Blue Blazes get strong pitching to beat Deering.

12:21 PM

Maine startup confirms commitment to Millinocket bio-coal project

Thermogen says the project will move ahead despite reduced financing.

1:00 AM

Our View: Maine trafficking law puts blame where it belongs

Boosting penalties for coercing vulnerable people into prostitution will fund efforts to help victims get out.

12:11 PM

With ‘bionic eye,’ Michigan man now sees hope Several photos included in this story Video clip included

Thanks to a the surgical implantation of a new high-tech device, he’s regained enough of his eyesight to catch small glimpses of his wife, grandson and cat.

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1:06 PM

Power returns after outage hits Scarborough business areas

The outage began at about 12:15 p.m. and affected the Route 1 and Payne Road corridors.

6:01 AM

Complaints rising over unleashed dogs in Portland's Baxter Woods

Several photos included in this story The park emerges as the latest flashpoint between people who want a place for their dogs to run free and others who say voice control is not enough.

 9:49 AM

Portland board advances plan for East Bayside affordable housing

The zoning change would allow the 45-unit Bayside Anchor development to be built.

With young lobsters in decline, concern for Maine fishery rises

Researchers believe warming ocean temperatures, an increase in predation and pollution could be responsible.

9:57 AM

Maine teen accused in Long Creek uprising sues adult jail

Kody Williams, who was transferred from the juvenile facility when he was 18, files a lawsuit over conditions at the Cumberland County Jail.
Blip or trend? Violence spikes at South Portland youth detention center

Portland to give Baxter Boulevard to pedestrians, bikes on Sundays

Several photos included in this story Sundays on the Boulevard, which begins May 4, will give bikers and pedestrians unfettered Back Cove access.

Drug bust among largest ever in Franklin County

Several photos included in this story Police seize more than $140,000 in cash and nine types of narcotics in Avon.

Triple-murder suspect with Portland link had common exchange visa

The circumstances of Ibragim Todashev’s entry into the U.S. and failure to comply with his visa terms are unclear.

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12:59 PM

Maine home sales rise nearly 13 percent

While sales in Maine outpace those nationally, bargain-hunting buyers push the median sale prices down.
Nationally, new home sales plunge 14.5 percent in March

7:44 AM

Former Augusta ER doctor loses appeal to Maine supreme court

A Richmond woman’s claim that her civil rights were violated now moves forward in Kennebec County.

LePage vetoes bill requiring annual welfare fraud report

His administration would need more money in order to provide such a report, he says.

7:39 AM

Truck full of fries catches fire at Waterville Walmart

Several photos included in this story The city’s fire chief says overheated brakes are suspected as the cause.

12:11 PM

With ‘bionic eye,’ Michigan man now sees hope

Several photos included in this story Video clip included Thanks to a the surgical implantation of a new high-tech device, he’s regained enough of his eyesight to catch small glimpses of his wife, grandson and cat.

Jeffrey Moskowitz named deputy chief of Maine's District Court

He’ll take over for Robert Mullen, who is joining the Superior Court on Thursday.

Life & Culture

With ‘bionic eye,’ Michigan man now sees hope Several photos included in this story Video clip included

Thanks to a the surgical implantation of a new high-tech device, he’s regained enough of his eyesight to catch small glimpses of his wife, grandson and cat.

Sports from the Press Herald

Westbrook opens defense of state baseball title with victory

The Blue Blazes get strong pitching to beat Deering.

Opinion

Our View: Maine trafficking law puts blame where it belongs

Boosting penalties for coercing vulnerable people into prostitution will fund efforts to help victims get out.

Nation & World

South Korea ferry toll hits 156 as search gets tougher Several photos included in this story

Looming in the background is a sensitive issue: when to bring in cranes and begin cutting up and raising the submerged vessel.

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