President Barack Obama made less in 2012 than in any other year since taking office, with about 40 percent coming from book sales.
Authorities say the police chief in Danville has been charged with negligent storage of firearms at his home after a 15-year-old boy fatally shot himself there.
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino fractured the smaller of the two bones in his lower leg on Friday, the latest in a series of health issues.
The nuclear sub suffered $450 million in damages during an arson at the naval shipyard in Kittery.
Maine State Police say they're charging a 23-year-old Lewiston man with the murder of another man who they say had been his friend.
They will be making 'a final charging decision by summer 2013,' according to a news release.
Retired U.S. Navy Capt. Thomas Hudner will lend his name to a Navy destroyer, which is being built at Bath Iron Works.
A Rockland man was summonsed on the Maine Turnpike earlier this week for illegal possession of $22,100 worth of elvers.
A CDC official allegedly ordered records destroyed that could show favoritism in funding.
They take the action after Brian Barbour, 53, died of smoke inhalation Saturday when his tent caught fire, apparently from an open candle.
But a panel of officers recommends that Cmdr. Michael P. Ward II be honorably discharged.
The crash, in Old Orchard Beach in 2010, killed Michael Daigle of that town.
Police say they don't know what prompted the man to start shooting at a branch of a community college.
Gary Irving, who hid for more than three decades in Gorham, submits a DNA sample, which a lawyer says could help prove his innocence.
An African-American collecting signatures says a town councilor called him an offensive name.
Francine Wheeler and her husband, David, lost their 6-year-old son Ben in the December schoolhouse shooting.
Game-time temperatures were forecast to fall into the 30s accompanied by 20 mph winds.
Gov. Paul LePage wants to suspend revenue-sharing, which would force cities and towns to increase local taxes, critics say.
Willis Jordan III, 35, was arrested at 57 Litchfield Road on Wednesday and police executed a search warrant at the house.
An incident that started with one vehicle passing another on Route 25 in Gorham resulted in a motorcyclist being struck by a car at a traffic light, the sheriff's office said.
Staff at a Manchester jeweler say they saw Ronald Perley swallow the ring, but he denies it.
Winters was a master of improvisational comedy, whose breakneck improvisations and misfit characters inspired the likes of Robin Williams and Jim Carrey.
Monday is Patriots Day, a legal holiday in Maine and Massachusetts, so state tax returns can be filed through Tuesday, April 16.
About 30 Regional School Unit 2 students, plus several parents and activists, chanted "Students care! Fund our schools!" and "Choose kids, not cuts!" at a State House rally on Friday.
The crash happened shortly after 10:30 a.m. near Pine Tree Shopping Center.
Police say 62-year-old Ronald Fuller of Boothbay Harbor was arrested at a campground with a large amount of cash and jewelry.
Investigators say the two aren't suspects in the shooting death of Tom Clements, but they are members of the same white supremacist gang as the man suspected of shooting Clements.
The Bay Psalm Book was published in Cambridge, Mass., by the Puritan leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. It came just 20 years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth.
The Sea Dogs and Rock Cats are slated to resume the series on Saturday at 6:35 p.m. at New Britain Stadium.
A person wishing to remain anonymous gave the flute to transit police, who returned it to the owner.
"Nothing is going to happen quickly," says Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. "We're going to be on this for a while, and there's nothing wrong with that."
At a flower exhibition opening in Pyongyang today, elaborate floral displays feature mini replicas of red-tipped missiles and long-range rockets.
The schools teach students how to write code in two or three months and help them get hired as web developers.
The Maine Elver Fisherman's Association says eel poachers are "just thieves, plain and simple."
Police say a 16-year-old boy allegedly assaulted a 13-year-old boy on Thursday on the way home from school.
The troopers are being sworn in Friday at a graduation ceremony at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro.
Gary Alan Irving was arrested late last month in Gorham where he had been living for years.
This year's harvest will go down as the smallest since 1978, when the fishery was shut down altogether.
Police say woman produced drugs, endangered child / Runaway oil tanker allowed to leave port / Port captain's widow settles local lawsuit ... and more news from around the state.
The community forum follows the suicide of 13-year-old sixth-grader Kitty McGuire last month.
Storm names are recycled every six years unless they're retired because of extreme damage or a high number of casualties.
But supporters of the bill say the addition of 'dental hygiene therapists' would expand access to care.
Maine's highest court rejects the appeal of Raymond Bellavance Jr. on his arson conviction.
The lengthy critique of the college 'exaggerates its claims and misrepresents' our goals, Barry Mills says.
Dave and Louise Proulx's seasonal camp on North Pond was burglarized so many times that they began to predict what would be stolen . . .
In traditionally gun-friendly states, the shift from rural to suburban forces politicians to recalibrate.
The accident that killed Berwick teacher Amy Harris on Wednesday remains under investigation.
Psychological or social factors could draw a person into hermit behavior, experts say.
Any talk of a new base closure process will raise concerns about the Kittery shipyard's future.