An analysis of combined statewide and local sales charges finds the state's 5% rate is third-lowest.
Thirty-four cities had unemployment rates below 5 percent, nearly double the 18 in July 2012.
The College of Dental Medicine in Portland has 64 students in its inaugural class, and plans to treat thousands of patients each year.
Despite higher U.S. labor costs compared with Asia, a research firm says the Moto X is about 5 percent cheaper to make than Samsung's flagship Galaxy S4 phone.
The Maine Office of the Attorney General handles and mediates complaints and released its top 10 list today.
A long-debated federal proposal to entomb the high-level waste at a Yucca Mountain facility in Nevada has gone nowhere.
But the managing owner of the team hasn't told the board whether he will agree to sign the agreement.
The purchase will allow the owner of Portland Yacht Services to begin servicing larger vessels.
Burger King's novel new offering puts the fries inside the bun.
Government contractors will be given recruitment targets and must show they tried to meet them.
The company says innovations allow its Japan facility to roll out a vehicle every 54 seconds.
Missouri accuses the large pharmacy company of deceiving and overcharging customers, and seeks fines.
The Conference Board index rose in August and is nearing the highest level since January of 2008.
The company tells workers it will stay the course on the exiting CEO's overhaul plan, several sources say.
The Portland Planning Board acts over neighbors' objections to the development's limited parking.