Troopers from the Maine State Police tactical team surrounded the home after Charles Scontras refused to come out.
Six months in, revenue has increased by 16 percent even though traffic has dropped by 4 percent.
Staffers at the state's only hospital for criminals say getting hurt on the job shouldn't be the expectation.
While a delight for children to observe, the practice can shed light on important issues such as climate change.
The former senator promotes her book, 'Fighting for Common Ground: How We Can Fix the Stalemate in Congress.'
The winner of the highest Powerball jackpot in history was not identified Saturday night.
Norman Huynh, 24, is poised to conduct Pops and Discovery concerts – and community outreach.
The 98 students include a Somali minister of oil and minerals and an Iraqi combat interpreter.
Thousands receive their degrees in commencement ceremonies around the state Saturday.
Police say the man might have suffered a medical emergency.
The man approached the 10-year-old as she played near Oak Grove Cemetery.
Steven Schoenberg has a long career of providing musical scores, but nothing like his new effort.
Ron Poirier, who said he dumped chemicals as a young Marine at Camp Lejeune, dies of cancer.
High school students compete in an electric car competition held at a Connecticut park.
For many, deciding whether to sell plans through the markets depends on what kind of commission they stand to earn.
Oxbow and jockey Gary Stevens lead all the way in the Preakness, ending Orb's five-race win streak.
The shuttering of churches may make financial sense, but it also takes its toll on parishioners, who celebrated baptisms, communions and weddings in these buildings.
With state and community help, the city has nearly finished the process of relocating fire victims.
But with Gov. Paul LePage critical and Republican votes against the bill, it faces an uncertain future.
Insiders say a code is applied uniformly to inspect eateries, but using ‘common sense’ can still make results subjective.
But with recent cuts to health departments, rules may not reflect what's happening.
Waterville police say the man was driving with a suspended license when he led police on a chase Thursday evening.
People placed in custody after committing a crime must petition for time away from the hospital.
Police are investigating the accident that took place shortly before 3 p.m. on Cider Hill Road.
A court document also says Margarita Scott of Westbrook planned to return to her husband after having an affair with Anthony Pratt Jr., who is charged with killing her.
Graduations are taking place at several other Maine colleges on Saturday.
Caleb ‘Kai’ McGillvary was sought in the killing of a N.J. lawyer.
The defense secretary orders recertification of thousands of service members involved in fighting sexual assaults.
Three people remain in critical condition after the Friday evening collision sends 70 to the hospital.
The blocking of the law on violence against women shows how little has changed 12 years after the Taliban regime was ousted.
Construction will begin next week on what officials say is the first of its kind memorial in the U.S.
The Taxation Committee gives the bill a reprieve by ordering a full cost analysis of the bipartisan measure.