Nearly 34 years ago, convicted serial rapist Gary Irving ran from justice and pursued a seemingly ordinary life in Maine. But did he – could he – escape the shadows of the crimes he left behind?
The jewel in Portland's musical crown is undergoing expert restoration.
The 'Secret Spaces/Haunted Places' tour hopes to turn nooks and crannies into business for the city.
Two pit bulls badly mauled a young girl on River Road in Lebanon Saturday afternoon, state police said.
Russian authorities turns over taped phone calls from Tamerlan Tsarnaev; in one, he mentions jihad.
Participants pay tribute to Boston; winner Scott Wietecha had skipped the Boston Marathon.
Gov. Paul LePage signed the bill on Wednesday, and it will take effect 90 days after the close of this year's legislative session.
An exclusive contract comes to an end as the governor and state education officials go with Hewlett-Packard.
The Down East camera is one of two eagle cams maintained by the Biodiversity Research Institute, providing an intimate view of eagles.
The bill would exempt gold and silver from Maine's sales tax. Some call that a slippery slope.
In his weekly radio address, the Republican governor says the bill to hike Maine's minimum wage to $9 an hour by 2016 and then automatically adjust it for inflation each year after that has a cost.
Mainers can turn over prescription drugs at police and fire stations, drug stores, town halls and other locations across Maine from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Kenneth Brae, who has been detained for nearly six months, could draw the death penalty if he is convicted.
One by one, the New England Patriots picked off their wish list in the second round of the NFL draft Friday night.
Brandon Baldwin of the Attorney General's Office says attitude is the key to quelling sexual assault.
Wearing his uniform and carrying his Louisville Slugger, Mort Soule will walk onto the biggest stage of his life Sunday and strike out . . .
Democratic legislators, school officials cry foul over Gov. Paul LePage's education initiative.
New England takes defensive end Michael Buchanan of Illinois and linebacker Steve Beauhamais of Rutgers.