Tuesday, May 21, 2013
It appears Nichole Cable's body was found around 9:30 p.m. Monday at an 'undisclosed wooded location,' eight days after she disappeared.
A contractor from New York says CMP failed to deliver materials on time, costing the contractor extra time and money during a yet-to-be-finished transmission-line upgrade.
Legislators will look into fixes after the Sunday Telegram reported that the state's inspection program is one of the least rigorous in America.
Oversight of Maine restaurants diminishes, just as complaints rise
Maj. David Cote hopes to honor the 46 Mainers who have died in the war on terror with engraved rocks atop the state's tallest mountain.
The bill, fiercely opposed by Republicans, is designed to combine one of the Democrats' leading policy initiatives with Gov. LePage's payback plan.
VoteTRAC: MaineCare expansion
An accused drug dealer from Old Orchard Beach is named in court papers as a suspect in the killing.
The former Old Orchard Beach employee reported financial irregularities, and was retaliated against because of it, the panel says.
Fire and code officials will inspect the building after the lack of working fire alarms forces evictions.
Rural Maine communities protest turbines, which they say deface 'God's country,' but wind developers say they've invested too much money to be shut out now.
But the City Council stops short of opposing its transportation through the pipeline from Canada.
The bill passed overwhelmingly, 90-50, but it still fell shy of the two-thirds majority it will need to go to a voter referendum.
Air and ground searches continue for Maine teen / Man in Saco standoff committed suicide / Girl 'lucky' to survive crash ... and more news from around the state.
Camden resident Don McLean will perform his iconic song and others at the city's annual celebration.
Three times Portland scratches back to one run, only to have the visitors extend their lead and streak.
No one wins when the doors of higher education are shut to society's newcomers.
For many families, the ordeal ended in bear hugs and tears of joy as loved ones reunited. Others were left to wait in the darkness, hoping for good news while fearing the worst.
Maine Senate backs bill to expand Medicaid, pay hospital debt