Demonstrators say that a recent consent agreement between the firm and the state didn't go far enough.
A public hearing on the $98 million budget will be held Tuesday. It goes to Portland voters May 14.
Maine couples cut corners where they can to emphasize things that are important to them.
Crews are inspecting damage to the Harbour Feature after it hit the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge.
Chris Wright scored 23 points and Omar Reed added 20 as the Maine Red Claws remained alive for a D-League playoff spot Friday night.
The former Massachusetts senator, who was defeated by Elizabeth Warren, owns a home on the Seacoast.
An invasive beetle that has beleaguered 18 other states including Massachusetts and Connecticut has made its way to New Hampshire.
Dylan Karczewski robbed the Augusta Rite store before locking himself inside the bathroom.
The state Senate advanced a proposal to let farm workers drive, even if they are there illegally.
The new restaurant will serve fast food-style burgers with local ingredients – or, as its motto says, “food made by people, not factories.”
Eric Murdock made public the video that led to the basketball coach's dismissal and the athletic director's resignation.
Although Monday's home opener against Baltimore is sold out, an embarrassing 2012 has the longest streak in baseball in jeopardy.
The former Republican senator acknowledges a sea change in society's attitude on the issue.
The committee hopes to craft a new bill that would repay the state's hospital debt using liquor revenue while garnering bipartisan support.
The Federal Aviation Administration said it needs more time to deal with legal challenges to the closures.
North Korea tells embassies in Pyongyang they may want to evacuate their staff, Russia's top diplomat said Friday.
The bond package, which would need legislative approval before going to voters, would fund education, research and development, transportation and environmental initiatives.
Rutgers' coaching scandal spiraled deeper Friday, bringing down the popular athletic director and a school vice president while donors threatened to end contributions.
The Emerald Ash Borer has killed millions of ash trees nationwide since being discovered in Michigan in 2002.
The bill, sponsored by state Sen. Emily Cain, D-Orono, directs the Maine Department of Corrections to establish new standards for the state's batterer-intervention programs.
A letter calls upon the FAA to keep the airport air traffic control tower open around the clock.
Up to 10 employees will lose their jobs as state and federal money is cut; 'Maine Watch' is going on hiatus.
The donation, worth about $430, is the culmination of a seven-year effort by students in Sheila McAtee's math classes.
Rep. Jim McCullough says wild hogs are an invasive species, reproduce rapidly and are known to cause significant damage
The morning-after pill currently is available without a prescription only to those 17 and older who can prove their age. Younger teens must get a prescription.
The unemployment rate fell only because more people stopped looking for work, and government cuts will likely hurt more companies with federal contracts in the coming months.
Mwanwhile, campaigns to recall all seven Old Orchard Beach town councilors make their final push.
Seeking an elusive middle ground, the president makes proposals that will anger both Republicans and Democrats.
Authorities raided the store for undisclosed reasons shortly after the December school shootings in which Adam Lanza killed 20 first-graders and six adults.
Videos of the boy dancing suggestively in nightclubs with grown women and rapping about drugs drew international outrage.
Adut Adong suffered a gash on her cheek in the attack just after midnight Thursday.
Not everyone likes the new slogan.
"New Hampshire's like a second home. I was born at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. . . Have a house here. Been a taxpayer for 20 years."
Army Gen. David M. Rodriguez served two tours in Iraq and two in Afghanistan, including as the No. 2 commander of coalition forces during the 2010 U.S. troop surge.
Lt. Jeff Chute of the Androscoggin County Jail in Auburn says the peel smoking has been a problem for six or eight months.
Health officials believe people are contracting the virus through direct contact with infected fowl and say there has been no evidence so far that the virus is spreading easily between people.
18-year-old Kyndall Jack, who had been missing since Sunday, had no shoes, was having trouble breathing and was severely disoriented from dehydration when she was found Thursday.
Gov. Paul LePage and Education Commissioner Stephen Bowen honored the group at a State House ceremony Thursday.
Colby officials say the school has cut emissions by about two-thirds in the past decade.
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As an autopsy is done on the diabetic 35-year-old man, a state official says prisoners get regular health care from a new vendor.
The government should not enforce federal drug laws in states where pot is legal, respondents say.
He's 78 now – an age when most successful surgeons are enjoying the good life. But not Bob McAfee . . .
The men's tennis team will forfeit four games and miss postseason play after 'a case of poor judgement.'
A party-line vote sends the proposal to a joint legislative committee.