Sunday, May 19, 2013
Troopers from the Maine State Police tactical team surrounded the home after Charles Scontras refused to come out.
Body of man in Saco standoff retrieved from house
Six months in, revenue has increased by 16 percent even though traffic has dropped by 4 percent.
Staffers at the state's only hospital for criminals say getting hurt on the job shouldn't be the expectation.
Close watch kept on patients deemed not criminally responsible
The former senator promotes her book, 'Fighting for Common Ground: How We Can Fix the Stalemate in Congress.'
Timothy Gerald, 48, was pronounced dead at the scene where his pickup truck crashed.
The festival was started in 2009 to promote comic books and give the public an opportunity to meet the creative talent behind them.
The winner of the highest Powerball jackpot in history was not identified Saturday night.
The 98 students include a Somali minister of oil and minerals and an Iraqi combat interpreter.
Thousands receive their degrees in commencement ceremonies around the state Saturday.
Police say the man might have suffered a medical emergency.
The man approached the 10-year-old as she played near Oak Grove Cemetery.
Thanks to a coterie of adoring supporters, the restored and revitalized Opera House at Boothbay Harbor has risen to prominence on the national scene.
USM wins twice and forces one more game to decide the NCAA regional champion.
Frustration over the lack of common ground leads Maine's former senator to write about how we can create it.
Rhetoric is heated as religious groups say they do not want openly gay boys in the Boy Scouts.