Wednesday, April 16, 2014
A man has been taken into custody in connection with the incident, which led to the area being cleared of people.
Sorrow, pride mark Boston Marathon bombing anniversary
The government says it has halted a program to collect old debts, some of them owed by deceased relatives of those whose refunds have been seized, according to a report.
The Kennebec River is expected to surpass flood stage late Tuesday and continue rising overnight.
Flood warnings expand in northern New England
A fading but well-liked fixture on the Maine State Pier since 1993, the so-called Whaling Wall stands in the way of a new commercial venture.
The woman’s attorney questions why Stephen McKenney of Windham was shot by a deputy, but the sheriff says her account differs from others.
Windham man killed by police had shown no distress to outside world
The vote along party lines is 20-15, which falls short of the two-thirds majority necessary for a successful override.
The Maine Better Transportation Association is once again seeking nominations for Maine’s worst road – and there are plenty of candidates.
Author Alan Taylor, who was inspired by the woods in Buxton while growing up, earns his second prize, for a book on slavery and war in Virginia.
The town of Yarmouth gets its first glimpse of the Nova Star, which restores a vital economic link to the American mainland.
What to do in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
A Department of Labor’s Center for Workforce Research and Information report suggests boosting state health-care education enrollment and recruiting more workers from outside Maine.
Because the company plans a significant change in its biomass fuel project, a new vote will be taken.
First on the scene at a rural crude oil accident would likely be volunteer firefighters, many of whom are not versed on oil-spill response plans.
BiddefordMan charged with robbery in theft of bag of marijuana
Traditionalists can savor hand-crafted versions as a strictly Easter-time treat.
She’s traveled the country for club play but plans to take her game to UMaine.
Gov. LePage should sign a bill that would put the corrections system on the right course.
With the ACT now more widely used, the SAT has changes coming that make the two tests similar.
April 15 not much of a deadline for most taxpayers
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