Their newspaper ad pressures city councilors to deny a zoning change allowing taller buildings.
They also reveal how integral Mark Strong Sr. was to Alexis Wright's Kennebunk operation.
Harold "Ace" Ackerman was one of the 19 original troopers who hit the road in Rutland after the creation of the state police in the 1950s.
There were no patients on board during the landing and all three people in the helicopter escaped without injury.
Police conducted two traffic stops near the Wal-Mart store off Payne Road after witnessing a drug transaction in a parking lot.
The pots that speed the cooking of beans and meat also make weaker, easy-to-obtain explosives much stronger.
Her proposed budget counts on $80 million from licensing a single casino in the state.
Recall efforts now target all seven Old Orchard Beach councilors, and the fired town manager has sued.
The man suffers burns to over 90 percent of his body because of the incident.
Jon Lester has felt pride when slipping on his Boston jersey and cap. Never more than now.
The discovery evokes memories of the days after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, when mail laced with anthrax began appearing.
At least a dozen people lose one or more limbs in the blasts that doctors say are typical of war zones.
Boston University says the student was with two friends, one of whom, another graduate student, was injured and is in stable condition.
A congressman says investigators still don't know whether the Boston Marathon bombs were the work of domestic or foreign attackers.
As John Madden's longtime partner, Summerall was one of the most famous broadcasters in NFL history, calling 16 Super Bowls.
Timothy John Fowler, 69, who has Alzheimer's disease, used to live in Maine.
Other Mainers in attendance during Monday's attacks – including two Portland surgeons – share their experiences.
The restaurant has a new owner and new management, and the kitchen and other parts of the space have been completely remodeled.
Tensions were high as passengers whose flights were canceled found they couldn't rebook on later flights.
The museum complex will begin rolling gallery closures after May 1 and postpone or cancel some exhibits for 2014.
The 29-year-old woman went to the marathon with her best friend, who was seriously wounded.
The trucks will replace the aging Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon, with gas mileage and features designed to take sales from Toyota's market-leading Tacoma.
Mary Herman was in the grandstands across the street from one of the bomb blasts earlier in the afternoon but had left prior to the explosions.
The attack at the Boston Marathon prompts the team to put off the event. Friday's game is still scheduled.
Jordan Arwood was operating a backhoe in a pit last week when the walls caved in, killing his daughter and another child.
The personal information of 5,100 people, nearly 1,000 of them Mainers, may have been accessed.
With no suspects, officials appeal for the public's help and start reviewing 2,000 images.
One flight was returned to the gate and rescreened, while another was held after landing so authorities could inspect the baggage.
In his second public statement in less than 24 hours since the explosions, the president urges anyone with information relating to the events to contact authorities.
A judge calls Daniel B. Tucci’s behavior ‘truly reprehensible.’
From my spot at Kenmore Square, a few strides before the “1 Mile to Go” marker, I saw so many emotions. There was joy, pain, excitement, regret, more pain and relief.
'We're giving special attention to critical infrastructure and transportation hubs,' says Police Chief Michael Sauschuck.
Christopher T. Knight, who is described as a ‘model prisoner,’ will face additional charges.
New York City is on a heightened security alert as a precaution due to the Monday's bombing at the Boston Marathon.
Earlier today, Obama ordered flags at the White House and all government buildings to be flown at half-staff in honor of the Boston Marathon explosion victims.
Martin Richard was remembered as a vivacious boy who loved to run, climb and play sports like soccer, basketball and baseball.
The study suggests that by reducing the number of anaerobic bacteria, circumcision may allow the body’s immune cells to better destroy the HIV virus.
Eight-year-old Martin Richard was among the three people killed in the explosions Monday.
An estimated 500,000 spectators usually turn out to watch the race which is scheduled for Sunday.
Denise Spenard of Manchester didn't realize she was injured at first.
The pontiff expressed his condolences in a message Tuesday addressed to Boston Cardinal Sean O'Malley.
The attic caught on fire of the Phi Kappa Sigma house in Orono on Friday.
A trial starts today for Michael Skakel, who is trying to get his murder conviction overturned for the 1975 bludgeoning of his Greenwich, Conn., neighbor.
The goal is $200,000 for the bridge, which is under construction and expected to open in July.
Military prosecutors paint William Colton Millay as a white supremacist who was fed up with the Army and the United States, and was willing to sell secrets to an enemy agent, even if that would cost fellow soldiers their lives.
Meanwhile, Gov. Deval Patrick says contrary to earlier reports, no unexploded bombs were found. He said the only explosives were the ones that went off.
Officials say Lewiston-Auburn now has the facilities to accommodate the event that previously was held in Portland.
Investigators say Michael McNaughton, 23, of Lewiston, killed 20-year-old Romeo Parent because he believed Parent was a police informant.
Comments from officials and people close to the scene at the Boston Marathon bombings.
Boston area television stations reported that several bags were removed from the apartment just north of Boston at about 2 a.m. today.
British police are reviewing security plans for Sunday's London Marathon - the next major international race.
The N.H. hospital aims to bring research from Dartmouth's medical school closer to doctors.
Now Central Falls will have to follow a five-year plan for recovery and cover the $3.2 million cost of receivership.
Three new restaurants light up the Waterville food scene with unique tastes.
Donald Christen now uses pot legally, but continues his 23-year fight for full legalization of the drug.
The shows will go on but the popular river event faces logistical problems.
Bomb blasts at the marathon finish line kill three, injure more than 140 and leave a bloody scene described as 'what we expect from war'
A Vermont regulator says reversing the flow in the pipeline would need to be reviewed by a commission.
An 84-year-old Texan is accused of trying to pay $5,000 for a prosecutor's murder and $2,500 for an attack against a district attorney.
Authorities investigating deaths of man and woman / Southwest Airlines begins flights out of Portland / Maine People's Alliance protests with pizza slices . . . and more news from around the state.
The eTicket system has been used successfully by state police for the past year.
A LePage spokeswoman says he did nothing wrong in a meeting about unemployment benefits.
Scores of Mainers, maybe more, were within a couple of blocks of the explosions that shattered the celebration of endurance and achievement.
The measure requires school districts that offer kindergarten to have a full-day program by 2017.