Monday, May 20, 2013
Portland's School Board will hold a first reading on the proposed staff cuts at its Tuesday night meeting.
'Cool under pressure,' Archer Thomas will represent Maine at the National Geographic Bee.
An FBI affidavit details the chain of events leading to the arrest of Travis R. Landry of Surry.
The governor issues a statement after his office receives angry phone calls from people who read 'outdated stickers' from the Baldacci era.
The work will begin Wednesday night and continue into the Fall months.
Bikers will be eligible to receive refreshments and prizes from the Bicycle Coalition of Maine.
Challenged by Americans United for Separation of Church and State, Bristol Elementary School students change a tradition.
Scarborough now has 10 days to revise its school budget and schedule another referendum.
Farmers fear the company could sue for infringement of patents if its engineered seeds somehow spread to their fields.
John Burbank also allegedly tried to intimidate a road construction crew with a handgun.