Thursday, May 23, 2013
But the organization will continue to bar gay adults from being Scout leaders, in moves that disappoint conservatives and liberals.
Gary Alan Irving spent most of 34 years on the lam living in Gorham under an assumed name where he held a steady job, married and had children.
LePage tells reporters and allegedly tells Democrats he will move out of his office because of the disagreement, blasting Democrats for 'censorship.'
Hear comments from Justin Alfond and Mark Eves
Read Maine Democrats' statement
Read Gov. LePage's statement
As Kyle Dube is formally charged with killing Nichole Cable, 15, the judge seals an affidavit with case details.
Media seek to unseal affidavit in Glenburn girl's killing
Amid tears for Maine teen, an arrest
Gov. Paul LePage Thursday vetoed a Democratic-led bill to expand Medicaid and pay off the state's hospital debt. Democrats are asking Republican lawmakers to override the veto.
A day after she refused to answer questions at a congressional hearing, Lois Lerner has been placed on administrative leave.
Conservatives struggling to expand IRS scandal – so far
ALCOM, a Winslow trailer manufacturing company, calls the claims by labor groups "very false."
The panel votes not to support student transfers out of struggling schools or more than 10 charters.
The president also announces a renewed push to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba.
Anti-war protester shouts at Obama during speech
King co-sponsors bill requiring independent drone strike analysis
The 1938 painting of a fisherman off the coast of Maine sells for nearly $844,000.
Available houses dwindle and prices rise as the city's housing market sees 'a very big change.'
County sues over $280,000 jail payment / No new license required if Oxford Casino is sold / Senate sends lobbying proposal to LePage ... and more news from around the state.
Maine's summer theater season unfolds / Virtuoso guitarist Tommy Emmanuel comes to Portland / Movie reviews: 'Fast & Furious 6' and 'The Hangover Part III' / Mid Coast Edge Wii Tou ...
Chris Kreider scored seven minutes into overtime, keeping New York alive for at least one more game.
A recent lawsuit reminds us how devastating the impact of crimes against children can be.
Now a new jury will be asked to decide how to punish the convicted murderer.
No deal in sight to rescue Maine health bill