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 Kennebec River is expected to surpass flood stage late Tuesday and continue rising overnight.
Flood warnings expand in northern New England
The vote along party lines is 20-15, which falls short of the two-thirds majority necessary for a successful override.
Because the company plans a significant change in its biomass fuel project, a new vote will be taken.
Officials say the state is at risk of losing some federal highway funding if the signs, which direct travelers to attractions and are popular with businesses, aren’t removed.
Maine lawmakers may keep some in-question highway signs
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.
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.
Eric Bard of Sidney, who has been detained for 21 months on 21 charges, asks a judge to lower his bail.
The men are accused of participating in a network distributing an estimated 500 doses of heroin a month in Rumford and Bethel.
The proposal includes a provision to help hundreds of developmentally disabled Mainers waiting for home- and community-based support services.
On Saturday, however, Stephen McKenney, 66, was suicidal, confronted Windham police, may have pointed a gun and was fatally shot.
Man shot by deputy died of head wound
Deadly force: Police & The Mentally Ill
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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