The mayor dismissed the finance director in 2010 after the city rejected 2009 report and ordered a review.
Borrowing for the $2.9 million scaled-back proposal would be on Yarmouth's November ballot.
The sale – offering everything from crucifixes to air conditioners – will be held Friday and Saturday in Biddeford and Saco.
A 17-year-old boy from Sanford is charged with drunken driving, and two other boys face charges of disorderly conduct after allegedly becoming verbally abusive.
Waldoboro police said a 1997 Harley Davidson motorcycle operated by 25-year-old Gregory Zaccadelli went off Jefferson Street around 4 a.m.
Maine's elected delegates support Ron Paul, and Republicans may want to keep away anyone who doesn't fully back Mitt Romney.
Producer Greg Daniels says the popular NBC comedy will take creative chances and reveal who's been making the mock documentary that has provided the show with its format.
Paul supporters are close to reaching a deal over disputed delegates in Massachusetts, but Maine's situation is still 'unsettled.'
Scott Ryan is accused of threatening a woman with a knife, who he says owed him $20.
The company has been seeking a new location for a casino, and Western Massachusetts is attracting vigorous competition.
Robert Tulloch was one of two teens convicted of killing two Dartmouth professors in 2001.
A black couple and an Indian-American woman have filed a lawsuit against Dunkin' Donuts, saying they were unlawfully denied locations or steered away from opening stores in more profitable communities.
The Maine State Employees Association and the Maine State Nurses have decided to endorse Dill in the three-way race for the U.S. Senate.
When Tom Brady got hurt in the 2008 opener, Matt Cassel was ready to step in for the New England Patriots. If Brady gets hurt again in 2012, his replacement doesn't seem as obvious . . .
Fanene, who spent the past seven seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, had 12.5 sacks over the past two years.
The video appears to show workers slaughtering cows too sick to walk or even stand. Under federal regulations, sick animals cannot be slaughtered for human consumption.
Vince Lombardi and Larry Cox were found with a car full of cigarettes, scratch tickets and cash.
The owner will offer the recording at a private sale arranged by a New York broker later this month.
The lawyer for the man facing trial threatens to subpoena everyone involved in the case.
Larry Huff, who was transported to the hospital by helicopter, would have escaped injury had he been wearing his seatbelt, police say.
Calling his comments "repugnant and outlandish," the Maine Republican says the GOP should deny Akin any funding should he decide not to step aside.
A ceremonial groundbreaking for the $33 million renovation will be held at 11 a.m.
Vets First Choice, an online service, is ranked as the 30th-fastest growing company in the country.
The dog survived and was taken to the municipal animal shelter.
The Beloit College Mindset List is meant to remind teachers that college freshmen, born mostly in 1994, see the world in a very different way.
Officer Charles Law drove his cruiser to two wounded officers, pulled them in as shots were fired and brought them to an ambulance.
The injured include a North Carolina woman who was flown by helicopter to a Bangor hospital.
After three weeks of listening to technology experts, a jury of nine men and women are set to decide one of the biggest technology disputes in history.
The raceway's manager says poor attendance and fewer drivers are the main reasons.
While Obama and the Democrats tout support for same-sex marriage, Republicans accuse his campaign of waging 'war on religion.'
Diana Nyad was pulled from the water at 12:55 a.m., her crew reported, as a thunderstorm raged and winds and waves tossed support boats.
The CEO of the Newton Center's owner says the maggot larvae incident "resulted in unfair characterizations of the care we deliver."
"Overnight, everybody decides, 'Well, Akin can't possibly win.' ... I don't agree with that," Todd Akin says.
The 34-year-old Manchester woman was being treated at Maine Medical Center for life-threatening injuries from the Aug. 14 crash.
Police say both victims suffered numerous fractures and one will need extensive facial reconstructive surgery.
Police say Susan Marie Walker, 50, called 911 for help three different times while deputies were on scene.
State police use a tracking dog to help capture Paul Nicholas Coyne, 29, who is charged with aggravated assault.
Locally owned Apothecary by Design will use the money to make upgrades at two facilities.
U.S. Army Gen. Martin Dempsey was not near the plane at the time of the attack and no one was injured.
A spokesman says One Vote 2012 is reaching out to Maine candidates to join its fight against poverty and disease around the world.
The special town meeting vote grants public access to most of the beach.
Milford on Monday became the first town in New England to partner with federal immigration officials in a program aimed at preventing the hiring of illegal immigrants.
Couple hoping for word of runaway granddaughter / Maine seeks final input on school accountability / University of Maine ranked 19th on party-school list ... and more news from around the state.
Ronnie Blanchette, 12, uses a net to catch a crab with his cousin Cody Blanchette, 12, between the two piers in Scarborough on Monday.
The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests said it has negotiated agreements to buy the easements but must raise $2.5 million.
The whale, which weighed 50 tons, was found near Bar Harbor and will ultimately have its skeleton reconstructed at a museum.
The same private equity firm that bought Windham-based Bushmaster Firearms in 2006 -- and Chrysler a year later -- is trying to add Mercy Health System to its portfolio.
Jesse Bilodeau helps guide a 6-foot-tall, 220-pound foam coffee cup in Old Orchard Beach on Monday.
As results are awaited, officials urge Mainers to take precautions against mosquito bites.