His wife will be sentenced later for her role in the scheme to bring drugs from Florida to distribute.
The sold-out festival is expected to bring more than 15,000 people to the promenade, forcing street closures, causing traffic jams and increasing the decibel level in a largely residential area.
Starting Monday, Cumberland County sheriff's deputies will have access to facial recognition software to check identities against 'a huge database'.
A reality-style webseries plans to spread awareness about missing toddler Ayla Reynolds and about 50 other missing children to a national audience later this summer. The race will also shine a light on Maine as a tourist destination.
The jumper tossed his wallet away Wednesday before plunging 135 feet into the Piscataqua River.
Vince Wilfork is getting used to new playing partners along the defensive line — again. Entering his ninth season, the New England Patriots slimmed-down lineman is working with veteran newcomers Jonathan Fanene, Trevor Scott and rookie Chandler Jones.
Voters overwhelmingly endorse a proposal to set the process in motion; budget rejected again.
It's an unusual drop because students and young graduates enter the job market in June, often pushing the unemployment rate higher.
A university professor who was arrested on arson charges wrote that he was thinking of getting a dozen machine guns and shooting 200 students at his late son's California high school.
Police were called to the home shortly after noon after a passer-by noticed a man in the driveway.
The archdiocese places the church pastor on administrative leave. He is a member of a Polish order.
Jerry Sandusky is distraught over the NCAA penalties issued to Penn State for its handling of his child sex-abuse scandal, his defense lawyer said Wednesday.
Mitchell will oversee how the school complies with the NCAA sanctions it received for the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal.
The Ordinance Committee discussed the issue at the request of Maine Citizens Against Puppy Mills.
Maria Mattson drove her co-defendant, Paul Sans, to and from a number of robberies.
Demand for series has been so great that the publisher has had to seek extra supplies of paper, including a mill in Maine.
Police expect Old Orchard Street to be closed for several hours.
A fixer-upper yacht goes to a Maine boatbuilder at auction for $50,000. When finished, it will fetch millions.
U.S. District Judge George Singal plans to move from active to senior status next year.
The 'Whenever Wherever' campaign seeks to end harassment of moms who make the healthy choice.
A Belgrade man has been sentenced to nine years in prison for his role in trafficking prescription drugs from Florida into Maine, a scheme he continued with his wife even from behind jail bars.
An injured Navy officer says the suspect doesn't understand how dangerous his actions were, which caused $400 million in damage.
Winston Marshall is scheduled for afterparty event at The Big Easy.
Medicare fraud is estimated to cost more than $60 billion annually, and for years the government has been losing a game of "pay and chase," trying to recoup losses after scam artists have already cashed in.
The federal agency that must grant Maine a waiver to eliminate health care coverage for 27,000 people says the request appears 'inconsistent' with the law.
The Summers for Senate campaign announced the Republican's endorsement by the former president.
The bill that passed a Senate subcommittee was the first step for a $604 billion defense spending bill for FY2013.
Lower fuel prices may affect results going forward.
Mike Beaulieu of Anson pleaded guilty to charges stemming from an 2010 attack on a couple in Pennsylvania's Allegheny National Forest.
Voters also rejected the proposed school budget for the second time.
Eight badminton players from three countries have been disqualified.
Officers say 65-year-old John Williams was driving north on Route 141 Tuesday when locked his brakes and lost control.
Leein Hinkley of Sabbatus was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in prison with five suspended, and six years of probation.
The impasse threatens a fiscal stalemate that could result in higher payroll deductions for every worker.
The festival kicks off at noon Wednesday with five days of festivities in celebration of Maine's signature seafood.
Police arrested a Winslow teenager Monday night after he allegedly stole a pickup truck from Cumberland Farms in Skowhegan and led officers on a high-speed chase through Winslow and Benton and into Unity Township.
Dennis Dodge Sr. has 13 days to come up with $4,000 to pay for his son's funeral. Even as he frets about how to pay the bill, he wonders why he had to bury his son in the first place.
Frye Island says building a parking lot on Raymond Cape would improve safety near the ferry.
The school in Kennebunk would offer traditional classes and fine arts studio time.
Thomas Nelson pleads guilty to embezzling $900,000 from a York County social services agency.
A dog whose owner accidentally dragged it behind his truck for about a mile Sunday will recover from its injuries, officials said.
But the Portland resident’s costs multiply after he manages to detach the vehicle immobilizer.
It might come as no surprise in Brownville, but heavy rain and snowstorms have been getting worse in Maine for years.