After a boost in tourism, New Hampshire plans to use the fill-in-the-blank motto in other areas.
Supporters of the bill want to return to the old statute, which allowed for defense of the home.
Aereo will offer Boston broadcast channels to Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev bought two "Lock and Load" reloadable mortar kits containing 24 shells each on the evening of Feb. 6.
The Justice Department notes that the Postal Service, as a sponsor, paid the cyclist $17 million over six years.
The report by Maine Citizens for Clean Elections details spending on last year's legislative races.
In the years before the Boston Marathon bombings, Tamerlan Tsarnaev fell under the influence of a new friend and a Muslim convert, family members say.
The governor is accused of pressuring unemployment hearing officers to decide more cases in favor of business.
Republicans stand firm against rate hikes for the wealthy as a week of hearings begins in Augusta.
Leandro Bettiol, 26, pleaded guilty to an illegal entry charge Monday in federal court in Bangor.
'The reality is you just try to save his life,' says one lawyer who has defended several terrorism suspects.
The students were denied lunch because they could either not afford to pay or their pre-paid accounts were depleted.
David Henneberry of Watertown says he feels lucky to be alive.
Kindergarten Readiness Night is Thursday.
The contingent will include about 30 Portland officers and two dozen state troopers.
Police officers from Newtown, Conn., told hundreds of rapt emergency responders gathered Tuesday at the Augusta Civic Center that the lessons from the Sandy Hook school shootings are many.
The Coalition for a Safer Maine says King is a gun owner who supports expanded background checks on gun sales and a ban on the sale of high-capacity ammunition magazines.
The Brownville woman will finish serving her year in jail after her appeal is rejected.
The man was accused of sending ricin-laced letters to U.S. leaders, including President Barack Obama.
Seth Mazzaglia, 30, of Dover is accused of killing 19-year-old Elizabeth "Lizzi" Marriott during an attempted sexual assault.
Patrick Hanson, 22, is sentenced to five years in prison, and Jesse Jones, 25, receives a sentence of 21 months.
The winner is Jeff Charbonneau, a science teacher at Zillah High School in Washington state.
But Republicans says the proposal will hurt Mainers who want to protect themselves.
A private funeral Mass was held this morning for 8-year-old Martin Richard, followed by his burial.
The cyberattack on the Associated Press Twitter account causes the stock market to briefly plummet 143 points.
The older brother, Tamerlan, is described as the 'dominant force,' allegedly turned anti-American by extremist websites and a man named Misha.
Dr. Kermit Gosnell still faces five counts of murder.
Police say a public works crew discovered the grenade at 10:30 a.m. today behind an auto parts store.
The 23-year-old South Portland man is being held at the Cumberland County Jail on $150,000 bail.
Idexx's stock drops in midday trading as the company trims its growth outlook for the year.
A Supreme Judicial Court judge finds that Bailey is almost fit to practice law, except for an outstanding tax debt of nearly $2 million.
Boston police this morning allowed traffic and pedestrians to cross Boylston on Clarendon Street for the first time since the Patriots' Day bombings.
France becomes the 14th country to legalize gay marriage, but within hours, fiery clashes break out between protestors and police.
There is not a single profile of a violent extremist in the U.S., but counterterror experts describe one classic pattern: young first- or second-generation immigrants striking out after struggling to fit in.
A Democrat with an independent streak, Baucus supported the Bush tax cuts of 2001 and Obama's signature 2010 health care law.
The bill would shield data that has been public for more than 30 years.
Town officials say the company is the second-largest employer in town.
The beach town's three remaining councilors could be added to the ballot by the time voting is set.
On Thursday, thousands of high-profile guests from around the world will gather for a ceremony to formally dedicate the Bush presidential center.
The conversation is part of a Bates College Museum of Art exhibition.
A policy change scheduled to go into effect this week that would have allowed passengers to carry small knives, bats and other sports equipment onto airliners will be delayed, federal officials said.
Canadian investigators say Raed Jaser, 35, and his suspected accomplice, Chiheb Esseghaier, 30, received "directions and guidance" from members of al-Qaida in Iran.
The body of 28-year-old Ryan Johnson of Harpswell was found on the shore by a fisherman last Thursday morning.
With an inch of rain expected to fall from Oklahoma to Michigan through today, the National Weather Service heightens the crest forecast for some rivers.
A memorial service for Sean Collier, open to law enforcement and the MIT community, is scheduled for Wednesday.
The wind directed the fire into a wet area, which helped to contain it until firefighters were able to fully extinguish it. "We got lucky," said a fire official.
The system, called "medical repatriation," allows hospitals to put patients on chartered international flights, often while they are still unconscious.
Maine participants are the University of Maine, the University of Maine at Farmington and College of the Atlantic.
Cumberland County had the highest median sales price from January through March, at $219,000.
Mr. Reali operated his Portland-area snow-plowing business for more than 25 years.
Windham's council will hear ReVision Energy's plan Tuesday for the East Windham Fire Station.
The 3-year-old girl injured by the Rottweiler is expected to remain in a Boston hospital for at least another month.
Bill to let fishermen sell lobster by-catch is dead / Police looking for man who robbed TD Bank / Climate experts will hold conference Thursday at USM ... and more news from around the state.
Proposals to split teacher retirement costs and vouchers for low-income students are rejected.
The 18-year-old blockade on the St. Croix River will be lifted in a few days after LePage opts not to veto the bill.
The funding for a new Maine promotional council is designed to raised prices and demand for lobster.
The Boston Marathon bombings have given the measure more exposure, its co-sponsor says.