Carl Stasio takes the reins of Portland's first charter school.
Gorham police say the use of seat belts and properly installed child safety seats prevented more serious injuries.
The high value of elvers has led to poaching, confrontations and, now, a possible federal crackdown.
Democrats split over making concealed-handgun permit data private.
The injured include six firefighters, who were treated and released.
They issue more than 3,000 seat belts summonses and warnings to motorists in the first three months of the year.
The 12-year-old Lebanon girl attacked by two pit bulls Saturday afternoon is expected to recover from her injuries.
William Wegman is best-known for his whimsical photographs of his beloved Weimaraners in various costumes and poses.
Environmentalists back the Bowers Wind project, while backcountry guides and sporting camp owners will oppose it at hearings this week.
After making a fortune in real estate, Glickman moved back to Maine and funded many causes here.
Maine is marking international Worker Memorial Day on Sunday by remembering those who've been hurt or killed and committing to prevent workplace injuries.
Carl Stasio, who retired from TA last June, will begin his work as executive director at Baxter Academy for Technology and Science in early May.
The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee says the FBI is investigating in the U.S. and overseas to determine if and where training might have been conducted.
He's not 'the strapping young Muslim socialist' he used to be, the president muses at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner Saturday.
The man had fled after a catastrophic structural failure killed at least 377 garment workers.
The Bicycle Coalition of Maine's Great Maine Bike Swap is being held at the University of Southern Maine's Sullivan Gym from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This bill designates as confidential any personal or identifying information about concealed weapons permit holders. It also prohibits someone who has received such information from sharing it with any unauthorized person.
Residents of six historic states remain resilient, whether facing criminal acts or natural disasters.
A Vermont organic farmer who is also a state senator says April is a good time to air the labeling issue.
The state plans to sell a state office building downtown to a large pharmaceutical company.
Mike Quincy, like all of the 22 test track employees, gets to drive a different car virtually every day.
Seeing volunteer fathers in schools around the state may soon be the rule rather than the exception.
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During the current legislative session, close to $110,000 has already been spent on waste management proposals.
As coaches rely on Twitter and Facebook to make personal connections, NCAA regulations on texting continue to evolve.
David Trahan’s hard line against gun control is in marked contrast with predecessor George Smith at the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine.
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?