A Searsport woman hurt in the accident two years ago says a Windsor farmer was negligent.
Johanna Franz has brought her homemade food trailer and cooking heritage to the Skowhegan Fair.
Alexis Wright, now in jail, is on the witness list as the first case of one of her alleged 'johns' goes to trial.
Muni Savyon fatally shot his 9-year-old son and then himself in a custody dispute in New Hampshire.
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy's plan would give tax credit for installation of sprinklers in old buildings.
Democratic activists and donors say the signals are all too clear when a two-time presidential candidate who is openly entertaining a third run makes the trek to early primary states.
Lisa Jackson, who is white, was found to have no legal standing to sue for what she said was poor treatment of black workers at a restaurant that Deen co-owns with her brother.
Jurors find him guilty in 11 killings, say the state didn't prove his involvement in seven and couldn't agree on one.
The city is soliciting ideas and reactions to the planned development until September 5.
It becomes the first state law to allow students to choose sex-segregated activities and restrooms based on their self-perception regardless of their birth gender.
A flood of applications and limited staff have made it impossible to process the applications as quickly as the law requires, a state police spokesman says.
They argue that Kathleen Sibelius, the head of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, arbitrarily ruled against them in a dispute over payments to care for elderly, poor and disabled.
The victim became entangled in a rope while staying with friends.
This year's early defections underscore what some Democrats hope will be a broad shift to unify behind Mike Michaud next year to defeat Gov. Paul LePage.
The state will get flexibility, for example, on a rule that all students be proficient in math and reading by 2014, but must continue publishing A-F report cards for all schools.
The Philadelphia 76ers are banking on the former Boston University star to develop a young team.
Hannah Anderson was reunited with her father on Sunday at a hospital in Boise hours after FBI agents rescued her and shot and killed her abductor.
Gregory Rowe was catching a ride on the back of his team's pickup when the accident occurred, police say.
The weekend rodeo act at a fair in Missouri has been criticized by both Democratic and Republican officials as disrespectful of Obama.
'The city's highest officials have turned a blind eye to the evidence that officers are conducting stops in a racially discriminatory manner," writes U.S. District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin.
Mike Fink says he couldn't find a buyer for the business. 'Nobody wanted to open a restaurant where people hold signs of dead babies out front.'
The driver says she can't recall how she sped onto a wharf and hit a family, killing a child.
A price-monitoring website says the average retail cost of a gallon of gas has fallen 4 cents in the past week.
All residents were evacuated safely from the 24-unit building at a resort near Walt Disney World.
Some residents say the proposed Dunkin' Donut restaurants will cause more congestion.
David Labonte is charged with being drunk when he struck a family of three out on a bike ride, resulting in the death of the father.
The former Boston crime boss, who is 83 and faces life in prison, shows no emotion upon hearing the verdicts.
Conservation officers eventually found the two lost hikers shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday.
The BackPack Program will expand serve about 200 children from eight elementary schools along the midcoast, and eight schools statewide will host food pantries.
16-year-old abductee Hannah Anderson was rescued in rugged backcountry after a sharp-eyed former sheriff passed along his suspicions to investigators.
Gen. John R. Dean Jr. led a 40-year military career in which he retired as a general in charge of the Army Material Development and Readiness Command.
Police say 32-year-old Brock Thompson was pulling out of a driveway and onto the road Sunday when he lost control and hit a tree.
The 'I Will Act on Climate' bus tour stops in Portland's Monument Square to call for local and federal action to address the widespread impact of climate change.
More than 380 cyclists rode 25, 50 or 75 miles with a goal of raising $350,000.
The newly formed Western Maine Homeless Outreach says a need exists in Franklin County.
The Brunswick couple will work on-site in the Senate wing, then move some pieces to their studio.
Hundreds of spectators find the performance entertaining, educational and 'awesome.'
They didn't expect the hoopla but hope it will spark interest in community involvement.
Egyptian officials approve 'all necessary measures' to disperse the dissidents.
Incentive programs deemed ineffective or unnecessary could be cut to fill a budget gap that leaves few other options, they say.
Tree Spirits of Oakland uses all locally grown ingredients, including their own apple-based alcohol, in a traditional recipe from 1800s France.
The plan to put observers aboard trawlers lacks funding, the Northeast's top federal regulator says.
Sam Smith, a purist who toils in a historic Portland workshop, faces an uncertain future following a waterfront real estate deal.
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Erin Kilbride accused the country of repressing protesters in an editorial before she was deported.
A driver loses control of her vehicle and crashes into several cars and passers-by.