Remaining wide-eyed in a place that thrives on cynicism, Maine's independent senator makes an impression on both sides of the aisle.
Public school superintendents struggle to calculate and accommodate the cost of charter schools on their budgets.
Camp owners say the most valuable thing that the suspected burglar stole was their privacy.
Catholic Charities Maine and USM co-host the annual event, featuring food, music and games.
Maine’s two U.S senators back a compromise bill that would require background checks.
For 79-year-old Albert Paul – a convicted thief and murderer with a colorful history of breaking free – those days are now years behind him.
She says she would vote for a compromise negotiated by two gun-friendly senators.
Shane Victorino's infield single in the 10th inning gives Boston a 2-1 win over Tampa Bay.
Kobe Bryant of the Lakers injures his Achilles tendon, but says the setback will not end his career.
China has the greatest leverage over North Korea, providing it with most of its fuel and much of its food aid.
Newly arrived refugees and asylum seekers welcomed with ethnic food, music and games at the University of Southern Maine.
A former justice of the peace is charged with making a "terroristic threat."
Maine has already contacted two gun companies that have spoken of leaving their states.
A TV viewer spots the infraction and reports it to officials.
Police say accused killer Michael McNaughton of Lewiston murdered Romeo Parent believing Parent was a police informant.
Chris Brown, who has 25 goals, is back from a nine-day stint in the NHL.
The governor is still awaiting a budget proposal from Democrats, who have been attacking his plan.
The demonstrations are being held as Congress deliberates gun violence following the Dec. 14 massacre in Connecticut.
The money will go toward projects that include expanded snowmaking, a new 15-acre terrain park, and upgrades to hotels, condominiums and a hotel restaurant.
Officials say people should remember to dress for the water temperature and check all safety equipment to make sure it's in working order.
They offer no clues, however, as to why Christopher Knight took to the Maine woods for 27 years of isolation.
An Irish nanny accused of violently injuring and killing a baby in her care was indicted on a murder charge on Friday.
Mr. Erickson served as general chairman of the United Transportation Union for nearly three decades.
People denied jobless benefits under Gov. LePage could have new grounds for appeal, a lawyer says.
A sheriff's detective who was investigated by the department claims he was a victim of retaliation.
Untold numbers of guns change hands privately each year without background checks through publications such as Uncle Henry's.