Online predators are skilled at getting kids to chat with them and trust them, an author cautions.
The unusual directive to his department heads is seen as the latest move in ongoing clash between the governor and lawmakers.
Parallel efforts are under way to tackle the growing issue of panhandling in the city, especially at busy intersections.
Maxx Coombs, of Brunswick, is getting an up-close view of the Boston Bruins' run in the NHL's Stanley Cup playoffs.
Transportation advocates say the state needs to find new sources for upkeep of the state's highways.
Red Gendron, a former Black Bear assistant and current Yale associate head coach, is the choice.
Thank You Naples Day will express gratitude to the people who put up with the construction along Route 302.
Below is a list of Memorial Day parades and remembrance ceremonies around southern Maine...
Kennebunk is the only town in Maine to receive a AAA rating, according to town officials.
Deputy Education Commisioner Rier says most of the $20 million cost would be covered.
The bill aims to support expanding natural-gas pipelines and fund energy-efficiency efforts.
Rob Ford says the media is out to get him as he addresses a video that allegedly shows him smoking crack cocaine.
The bill would require public schools to provide at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day for elementary school students.
Former Maine janitor sentenced for child pornography / Community colleges raise tuition slightly / Bill would further restrict sex offenders’ residency ... and more news from around the state.
Europe's biggest soccer tournament ends with a score of 2-1.
The autobiographical film, which documents director Rithy Panh's family's experience under the heavy-handed Communist Party's Khmer Rouge in Cambodia that resulted in the death of his parents and sisters, won the "Un Certain Regard" prize.
In his weekly radio and Internet address, the president says the country must also make sure that all veterans receive the care and benefits they have earned.
UMaine will play Binghamton at 2 p.m. Sunday at the University of Rhode Island.
The deal to a group of Canadian-led investors, but the deal is contingent on reaching a lease agreement with the city of Glendale, Ariz.
Of the graduates, 55 are from Maine.
The defense secretary tells the 1,007 graduating cadets that they must be the generation of leaders who will stop the debilitating and insidious threats of suicide, sexual assault and drug and alcohol abuse that are hurting the all-volunteer force.
The event, known as OneRun, began at Kenmore Square and ended at the official finish line, where participants hugged and cheered.
Most boardwalks and beaches have been repaired following the storm and are ready for visitors, even as some neighborhoods near the ocean remain seriously damaged.
Retired Air Force navigator Gerald Adler traveled from California for the event at Elephant Mountain, where seven crew members died during the crash on a training mission in January 1963.
Authorities say Dana Wilson, who works as a disc jockey, had videos of young girls engaged in sexual behavior on his computer.
The Vermont senator says Republicans vowed to scuttle the bill if it included his amendment, which protects gay couples who can't marry.
A pair of bills receive strong support in the legislature but depend on other states requiring labels.
The state's efforts to set up a managed care system for Medicaid clients have stalled.
If members of the armed forces are required to buy American-made products, it could benefit Maine's New Balance factories.
Those with money are taking more extravagant vacations, but a large swath of the population is staying close to home.
In-state rates at Maine's two-year schools have risen 7 percent in the last five years, compared with a 29 percent increase at the state’s four-year universities, according to a report.
Dear Governor: Is all this absurdity really your attempt to pull our attention away from a serious public-policy issue?
He covered the civil rights struggle in the South and became a 'profiler of the country' as a columnist.
William Hall of Bangor is due to be tried Aug. 26 on charges he threw a man out a window to his death in 2011, but the trial will be postponed unless he is found competent by Aug. 2.