Police sidelined Manchester's entire taxi fleet for failing inspection or failing to show up for inspection.
The state's 400 licensed eel fishermen are being filmed for a show called 'Eel of Fortune.'
The First Lady said the new film, "42," left her and the president "visibly, physically moved" after they saw it over the weekend.
The state's earned income tax credit for low-to-moderate-income taxpayers would double under a bill approved Tuesday.
But critics say the report "misses the point" by not endorsing universal background checks for gun buyers.
Sen. Mark Kirk of Illinois said Tuesday, "Life comes down to who you love and who loves you back — government has no place in the middle."
Fairbanks won back-to-back Sugar Bowls in 1971-1972, before taking over the Patriots and winning a then-franchise record 46 games.
Bethany Struck will be nearly $1 million richer after claiming the winning jackpot ticket from the March 23 Megabucks Plus drawing.
The Boston Bruins have traded for Jaromir Jagr, hoping the 10th-leading scorer in NHL history can improve their shaky offense.
Pelletier pleaded guilty to traveling to New York on multiple occasions and picking up crack, which was then distributed in York County.
Backers and skeptics make their cases on a bill seeking to have Maine cover more people under Obamacare.
Twenty-one-year-old Shain Gandee, his uncle and another passenger were found dead Monday in Gandee's 1984 Ford Bronco.
The effort aims to introduce residents to city parks and educate them about upcoming projects.
Ann Lee Hussey is one of 12 Rotary International members who will be honored as "Champions of Change."
The city's library unveiled a sleek, colorful van that can carry 1,500 titles to neighborhoods that don't have library branches or easy access to services.
It will be the Mexican-themed chain's first foray into Maine.
The Passamaquoddy are violating state law by selling more than its allotted number of elver fishing licenses, officials say.
A Denver company scraps its proposal to build a 14-story propane storage facility that became the focus of intense public outcry.
The bill would raise the minimum wage to $9 an hour by 2016 to catch up with cost-of-living increases, but Gov. LePage may veto it.
Four steel beams on the span were damaged in Monday's accident; Maine, N.H. will seek reimbursement for repairs.
That's something many users are asking themselves as they wade through endless posts, photos "liked" by people they barely know and spur-of-the moment friend requests.
Expect to see the Nos. 1 and 3 Red Sox prospects, shortstop Xander Bogaerts and pitcher Matt Barnes. The other big name coming back is reliever Daniel Bard.
The contest is organized by The Maine Academy of Modern Music. Each band includes students from high schools around southern Maine.
The last sifting effort ended in 2010. This time, crews were able to dig up parts of the trade center site that were previously inaccessible to workers.
The legislation, which includes a ban on new high-capacity ammunition magazines, is hailed as "a message that should resound in 49 other states and in Washington."
The Nelson, Ga., city councilman who sponsored the measure said he knows the ordinance won't be enforced but he still believes it will make the town safer.
Police say the 22-year-old man was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.
The declaration will boost fears in Washington about North Korea's timetable for building a nuclear missile that can reach the U.S.
Peter Robinson beat a construction company owner to death in a property dispute.
Fire destroys Falmouth Country Club home / Kittery man who caused car crash found guilty on 3 charges . . . and more news from around Maine.
The proposal comes after Augusta was not notified about a new home for mental health patients.
Farm that lost 20,000 quails will start over / Crime lab chemist faces new drugs charges / Early Monet painting gets rare showing ... and more news from around the region.
One councilor rejects hiring 40 firefighters to cut overtime and others criticize the report. Now city staff will try to decipher it.
Experts say Alberta's tar-sands oil poses a greater corrosion risk than conventional crude.
The Aryan Brotherhood of Texas is now believed to have more than 4,000 members in and out of prison who deal in a variety of criminal enterprises, including prostitution, robbery and murder.
A plan that has a 2.9 percent tax increase doesn't account for a potential drop in state aid.
A tribal spokesman reports LePage threatened reprisals as the tribe and state clash over who regulates the valuable fishery.
The proposal is expected to face the full Legislature after details about how to fund the deal are decided.
The SAD 6 board votes 10-2 to accept Beth Schultz's resignation.