Thursday, May 23, 2013
Available houses dwindle and prices rise as the city's housing market sees 'a very big change.'
Seven of the tornado's 24 victims were students at the Plaza Towers Elementary School.
Obama all too familiar with Oklahoma's heartbreak, pain
SLIDESHOW: Digging through the rubble
Oklahoma twister could become costliest ever
VIDEO: Watching a tornado from below
Did the company's ads give the impression it is the state's cheapest provider? Regulators ask for answers.
An Old Orchard Beach town councilor is alleged to have used a racial slur against a black resident, but it is protected speech, police say.
Fairpoint will restore service for USA Telephone users who were caught in the middle of a dispute.
Out of more than 130,000 entries submitted nationwide, 14-year-old Joey Han finished in the top five.
Gov. LePage looks poised to veto the popular hospital payback plan in order to block Medicaid expansion.
With Memorial Day near, lawmakers are stepping up efforts to address a backlog that has some veterans waiting years to receive disability claims.
A Maine blogger will follow the British boy band around the U.S., report on its concerts and be paid to do so.
The 61-acre spot is where Jason Snyder tried for years to realize his vision to build high-end Stroudwater Place.
A court-ordered mental health evaluation will be done before Christopher Knight reappears in court.
The boss of tax workers who improperly screened conservative groups says she did nothing wrong.
Who else has taken the 5th? Baseball star, banker, more
Official: Treasury played no role in IRS targeting
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 ...
Christian Vazquez, known for defense, is on an offensive tear, including a 10th-inning triple that leads to a walk-off win over New Hampshire.
A recent lawsuit reminds us how devastating the impact of crimes against children can be.
Real Bronx Tours took mostly European tourists from Manhattan to see life in the South Bronx "from a safe distance."
No deal in sight to rescue Maine health bill