Saturday, May 25, 2013
Online predators are skilled at getting kids to chat with them and trust them, an author cautions.
The unusual directive to his department heads is seen as the latest move in ongoing clash between the governor and lawmakers.
Fuss over LePage's TV exceeds trivial dispute
Both sides deadlocked on hospitals, Medicaid
Transportation advocates say the state needs to find new sources for upkeep of the state's highways.
Red Gendron, a former Black Bear assistant and current Yale associate head coach, is the choice.
Thank You Naples Day will express gratitude to the people who put up with the construction along Route 302.
Kennebunk is the only town in Maine to receive a AAA rating, according to town officials.
Deputy Education Commisioner Rier says most of the $20 million cost would be covered.
The bill aims to support expanding natural-gas pipelines and fund energy-efficiency efforts.
Rob Ford says the media is out to get him as he addresses a video that allegedly shows him smoking crack cocaine.
A copy of Action Comics No. 1 from 1938 was found mixed in with old newspapers used as insulation.
Seth Wescott and Julia Clukey are actively involved in efforts to guide the state's youth.
Even in a tough year, this would be a smart investment in Maine's future.
In the wake of remarkable recovery efforts, the area is open for business and ready for summer visitors.
Lawmakers step up pressure on military footwear