7:55 PM

Bruins top Red Wings 4-1, even series at 1-1

On Sunday, Boston didn’t take its first shot until 7:28 into the opening period. And it went in.

7:41 PM

Study: Fuels from corn waste not better than gas

The study challenges the Obama administration’s conclusions that they are a much cleaner oil alternative and will help combat climate change.

1:00 AM

Our View: Government by veto causes state to stall

On health care, energy and human services, Gov. LePage has been happy to stand pat.

9:20 PM

‘Dick and Jane’ artworks for sale

Nancy Childress is selling her dad’s artwork on April 30 during an online auction.

// Food // Drinks // Fashion // Nightlife // Music // Outdoors
It’s Maine.
Do Stuff.

Top Stories

Pine Tree Zones tax breaks costing state more than they deliver

An incentive program to attract companies to Maine and create jobs is expensive and ineffective, a new report says. Economists agree.
Do corporate incentives work? It’s a matter of opinion

7:07 PM

Engineer vital to success of 1969 moon landing dies in Scarborough

John C. Houbolt, who argued for the use of a lunar orbit rendezvous, was 95.

6:40 PM

126th Legislature recesses with clear winners and losers

Despite veto battles on the horizon, lawmakers can say they’ve managed to make some Mainers’ lives better.

12:35 PM

Symbiosis: In Canaan, a young would-be dairy farmer gets expert advice and the use of a farm

Video clip included Older farmers get a teeming barn and a chance to pass on what they know.

8:24 PM

Public smoke-out marks pot holiday in Colorado

Revelers raised joints, pipes and vaporizer devices to the sky Sunday at a central Denver park in a defiant toast to the April 20 pot holiday.

Action heavy at Kennebunk table tennis tourney

Several photos included in this story Video clip included Dozens of competitors from Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts battle it out at a tournament sponsored by the Kennebunk Recreation Department.

Bill Nemitz: Maine soldier’s memorial reminds us that battles continue

Veterans carry heavy burdens even after wars officially end.

Wabanaki basket makers’ livelihood, invasive beetle interwoven

The emerald ash borer targets the trees that the artists depend upon – and it’s on Maine’s doorstep.

Other Maine News Headlines

5:22 PM

Boxer Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter dies at 76

The boxer, who spent 19 years in prison on a wrongful murder conviction, had prostate cancer.

Moose charges snowmobilers in Maine

Video clip included A New Hampshire couple gets a scare near Jackman.

8:06 PM

Maine schools, other facilities slash heating bills with stimulus project

The Forest Service credits its program with replacing 900,000 gallons of heating oil in 2012 and 2013 with Maine wood chips and pellets but some say hefty repayment plans undercut savings.

7:44 PM

Maine Christians rise to the occasion on Easter

Several photos included in this story Patriot’s Day gives residents of the state another holiday Monday.

7:44 PM

Transcript reveals confusion over ferry evacuation in South Korea

The captain, who was arrested, took more than half an hour to issue an evacuation order, which several passengers have said they never heard.

7:55 PM

Bruins top Red Wings 4-1, even series at 1-1

On Sunday, Boston didn’t take its first shot until 7:28 into the opening period. And it went in.

Today's poll: Boston Marathon

Would you have concerns about attending the Boston Marathon this year?



View Results

Related Article:
Mainer's response at Boston Marathon bombings was ‘what any man would have done’



The daily paper delivered to your computer or tablet!

Browse page by page, including stories and ads, with interactive features that make reading a breeze from wherever you are.

Already a print subscriber?
Connect your account for continued access. Not a subscriber? Become one.

Subscriptions start at only $8/month.

Go to the e-Edition


Hoping to read Social Social, The Root or Pedal On? Find them at MaineToday.com.