Gov. Hassan supports the gambling proposal and has included $80 million from it in her budget.
A Winthrop man is charged with multiple crimes after police say he hit vehicles, then tried to elude them.
Sagadahoc County investigators say the victim's car went off the road before hitting a large pine tree.
Two years after a Twitter scandal, is this a bold comeback attempt or the height of chutzpah?
Christopher Knight proves to be an unlikely survivalist, having stolen for sustenance rather than hunt, fish or forage for the last 27 years.
It was the longest sellout streak in major pro sports history.
But the administration says it does not plan to take over failing schools, as mentioned in a document.
His lawyer tells the Maine Supreme Court on Wednesday that ballot access for third-party candidates must be protected.
The property, once owned by convicted murderer Rory Holland, will become a city-owned park.
The longtime UMaine hockey coach, who was let go Tuesday, says he's looking forward to being a full-time dad.
Bob Corkum, a former Black Bear, has been an associate head coach under Tim Whitehead for five years. Whitehead was fired Tuesday.
Nugent, who performed last July on the Bangor waterfront, has booked an August show at Asylum in Portland.
Jeremie Sirois will take over at Biddeford High School this summer.
Christopher Knight may also have practiced for a year on his family's Albion property before disappearing into the Maine woods alone for 27 years.
Christian Gerhartsreiter is found guilty 28 years after newlyweds John and Linda Sohus disappeared.
The bill, which would incrementally raise the minimum wage to $9 per hour by 2016, won final House approval Tuesday. In the Senate, lawmakers are still working out the cost of the bill.
Scott Parsons has coached at Fordham University and other colleges.
As he strives for 'grand bargain,' the president's $3.8 trillion budget includes both Republican and Democratic ideas, which could anger everyone.
At risk from fungus elsewhere, nine of 30 survive winter in Aroostook.
The president also called the Maine Republican on Tuesday as he lobbied potential swing-vote senators ahead of a Senate vote on gun-control measures.
If the governor signs the bill, the St. Croix blockade of the schooling fish could end immediately.
The agency's Board of Governors notes that Congress passed a spending bill that continues the long-time prohibition against reducing delivery days.
More than 700 people line up for the first chance in three years to get on a waiting list for federal housing subsidies.
The senators are among the most conservative members of their parties, which gives life to President Obama's proposals.
The company is unable to say yet how many jobs will be cut in Maine.
Amy Harris' two young children also are injured, as is the other driver, an unidentified Biddeford boy.
A division of Miami-based Carnival Corp. has sought to blame the disaster entirely on Capt. Francesco Schettino, who took the cruise ship off course and rammed it into a reef off the Tuscan island of Giglio on Jan. 13, 2012.
They were among four people arrested in Hermon in January when authorities seized 18 pounds of the synthetic drug with a street value of more than $1.2 million.
Police say they responded to a report of a disturbance in a parking lot and found a man with apparent stab wounds.
The 278-foot-long submarine built at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard sank 50 years ago today, taking the lives of 129 Navy crew members and civilian technicians.
Maine business and labor leaders are gathering to highlight a recent agreement on a new visa program for guest workers.
The lawsuit claims the Democratic Party and others used illegal and malicious tactics to try to keep him off the presidential ballot in Maine and other states in 2004.
In the volunteer role, Rich Livingston will serve as a leader and spokesman for more than 230,000 AARP members in Maine.
A flying stage, a soaring voice and a pleasing persona transport Tuesday night's crowd to exciting new heights.
Two current chiefs and a former one join other law enforcement officials in D.C. to lobby for controls.
Officials probing the accident approve a safety alert cautioning all pilots about distracting devices.
The trick is to capture a dark matter particle among the hail of other bombarding cosmic stuff.
It takes a village – and Facebook, a cellphone and Google Earth – to bring them both home.
A housing official says a single waiting list means applicants will not have to travel to each city to apply for subsidized housing.
"It's a really big deal," says Salt's executive director, Donna Galluzzo. "It's like the Oscars of the Web design world."
But instead of moving Congress nearer a "grand bargain," Obama's proposals have managed to anger both Republicans, who are upset by higher taxes, and Democrats upset with cuts to Social Security benefits.
While the transportation department eyes left-turn lanes or a roundabout, some call for a traffic light.
The Senate's top Democrat has set Congress' first showdown vote for Thursday on President Obama's gun-control drive