Expanded seating, new entrances and other improvements will take about 13 months to complete.
With fewer big deer in northern Maine, out-of-state hunters are going elsewhere, causing economic difficulties for guides, sporting camps and rural communities.
The 6-foot-9 Green had been expected to play a key role for the Celtics last season, before undergoing heart surgery.
John Grega, now 50, had been serving a sentence of life without parole for the sexual assault and strangulation of his wife.
The proposal includes a 250-room hotel, 89,000 square feet of gambling space, a movie theater, a high-end bowling alley and 70,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.
Dick Willette, director of the kitchen, had planned to close for good on Sept. 1, but will now stay open through at least 2012.
All Isaac needs to do is come close to Tampa to bring a lot of problems to the Republican National Convention.
The police say they recovered $270 in cash and $1,200 worth of cigarettes taken from the Bowdoinham Country Store.
Known as an advocate for students, Lyons headed several Maine colleges and universities in his 30-year career.
The Indians say they have jurisdiction over the Penobscot River along their reservation, but Maine AG William Schneider says the state has exclusive control of the entire river.
Charlie Webster of the Maine Republican Party says a compromise was offered to take away half of Ron Paul's 20 elected Maine delegates and give them to Romney. But the elected delegates say that's not acceptable.
The discussions that were ongoing Wednesday in Tampa, Fla., could determine whether 20 of Maine's 24-member delegation will be seated at the convention.
At the back of the September catalog, a 12-page spread leads with the headline "Maine Attraction."
"We're in the midst of one of the largest West Nile outbreaks ever seen in the United States."
Reconstruction of the Free Street entrance, the first phase of the $33 million project, is set to start within days.
The Great State of Maine Air Show, which kicks off this weekend with the Air Force Thunderbirds and other top flying acts, requires a ton of work.
The industry's recovery has grown more consistent, though it remains sluggish and uneven.
The synthetic cocaine-like stimulants are sometimes sold as jewelry cleaner or plant food.
An autopsy on the body of 50-year-old Carol Baird of Dover-Foxcroft is under way.
Police feared that the cow moose would pose a hazard during the morning commute.
Many small theater companies use the Baxter Boulevard space, including Mad Horse.
Superintendent Paul Perzanoski says he wanted to let teachers know they have a right to defend themselves from the governor's "manipulation of facts."
The Congressional Budget Office also says it expects the economy to continue recovering at only a modest rate the rest of this year.
Celebrity Cruises plans to buy 3,800 pounds of live lobster when its ship visits two Maine ports in September and October.
A Saco man was injured Wednesday morning when he poured gasoline on a brush fire outside a home off of Valley Road.
The Navy's top officer says he's confident the Kittery shipyard can complete the overhaul of the USS Miami for $450 million.
The 18-year-old who won two gold medals and a bronze says Poland Spring has been an important part of her training regimen for years.
One Penobscot tribal warden was also sworn in.
Prosecutors say the 43-year-old Thomas King hid a tiny camera inside a clock on the windowsill to make the recordings.
From Colorado to New Hampshire to Illinois, Democrats are using the Missouri congressman's comments about rape as a political bludgeon.
Police say the owners of Camp Waziyatah in Waterford were on the premises while about 15 underage counselors were drinking.
Mitt Romney's selection of Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate has not altered the race against President Barack Obama.
"These companies know that if you can prepare a helicopter engine in Mayport, if you can coordinate thousands of pounds of supplies and deliver them to villages across Afghanistan, then clearly you have what it takes for a manufacturing or a logistics job right here in the U.S," she says.
The Rite Aid robbery was Maine's 37th this year, a record.
The additional $30,000 annual cost will be offset by savings from district recycling and composting programs.
British researchers find that Cabot Cove, with a fictional population of 3,500, had a shocking murder rate of 1,490 per million.
If approved, public school goals would be based on how well they are doing to start with, rather than holding every school to a single standard.
Planned Parenthood is challenging a law that bans state money from going to groups linked to abortions.
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After two days of apologizing, he grew angry and let a deadline pass for an easy withdrawal.
Steward's purchase of a hospital in Brockton, Mass., has been a plus for that city, its mayor says.
A City Council committee will begin review of a proposal that would be less generous for developers.
A teenage baby-sitter got two children and the family dog out of a house that was destroyed by fire Monday afternoon.
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The EPA rule was developed to reduce harmful emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen from power plants.
It says the Waterville PD did not try to reasonably accommodate him when he tried to return to work while in cancer remission.
A divided federal court finds that the Environmental Protection Agency's cross-state air pollution rule exceeded the agency's statutory authority.
In the top photo, 3-year-old Lucy Wetzel and her 7-year-old brother hunt for frogs in Falmouth. In the bottom photo, a frog sunbathes.
If sold, the Portland institution would become Maine's first for-profit hospital, but that doesn't necessarily mean the quality would decrease.