The Moonlight Regatta was started on a lark in 1928 by two brothers drinking bootleg whiskey, and often lasts into the next morning.
A Vermont farmer is suspected of intentionally causing $250,000 in damage to sheriff's department cars.
There's no evidence that humans can contact the strain, but further study is needed, scientists say.
Bandaged but able to walk, Chris Myers left a hospital Friday in good spirits, even cracking jokes about the shark that attacked him.
But a college spokeswoman says there were no special requirements for Maine students then, either.
The federal government should declare a disaster in the New England commercial fishing industry after regulators warned of severe reductions in future catch limits, New England congress members said Friday.
Romney has refused to release more than one year of personal tax returns, which has fueled speculation about what's in them.
Crashes in the northbound lanes of the Saco-Scarborough area have been cleared and traffic is flowing, the turnpike authority says.
Apple sought the long-shot bid as punishment for Samsung Electronics Inc.'s decision to issue a controversial press release on the first day of testimony.
It's the season for state and county fairs, and health officials are reminding fairgoers to be careful around pigs because of a new flu spreading from the animals to people.
A military investigation reveals U.S. service members brought women to their hotel rooms and allowed dogs to soil bed linens before President Barack Obama arrived in the country for an April summit.
28-year-old Robert Terrill, who lived at the home, was not found during a manhunt the morning of the shooting.
Nicholas Livesay will oversee all development in Maine's 10 million-acre Unorganized Territory.
Sen. John Kerry says that a disaster declaration would allow Congress to speed economic assistance to the industry.
After a 20-minute delay, Mumford & Sons fans are treated to a live performance of "I will wait" at today's performance at Bull Moose in Scarborough.
Old Orchard Beach police arrested Fernando Paniss III, 41 of Milford, Mass., Thursday afternoon after a store clerk suspected he had tried to use three fake $20 at Palace Playland.
Samuelson says Frank Shorter, Bill Rodgers and Leon Gorman have been, "instrumental with what I've done with my life."
A 102-year-old man dies of injuries from a crash in which responders were delayed by radio jamming.
AUGUSTA — If you missed the Budweiser Clydesdales in Waterville, you can catch them 3-6 p.m. today outside the North Wing of the Augusta Civic Center.
The lineup includes The Maccabees, Dawes, St. Vincent and the Dropkick Murphys.
Investors seemed pleased with the jobs report, though unemployment rose slightly last month.
Devin Delisle charged with trafficking the drugs from his Fort Fairfield residence.
A new report identifies the cause of death as an influenza A virus "H3N8," which can jump from birds to marine mammals.
A search yielded two loaded handguns after a resident asked the driver to move the vehicle because it was blocking her driveway.
A laptop and underwear were taken from a woman's apartment and explicit photos were later demanded from her.
Participants are encouraged to come to the fast-food chains Friday and kiss a fellow demonstrator of the same sex.
The first lady begins her tour Friday with a $1,000-a-seat luncheon at the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield.
David Kwiatkowski is accused of stealing drugs from Exeter Hospital and contaminating syringes that were used on patients.
Four pieces combine to show dancers' fluidity, beauty with shows also planned for Friday and Saturday.
Employees from CMP field locations and corporate offices are using the vehicles daily and providing feedback.
The swearing-in ceremony is being held at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro.
If approved, Nicholas Livesay will head the agency that oversees development in Maine's 10 million-acre Unorganized Territory.
Let's be honest here: If a man happens upon a woman who is breast-feeding in public, it's likely a no-win situation . . .
The school psychiatrist seeing James Holmes is said to have alerted a threat-assessment team.
Army Capt. David C. Haas, who served two tours in Iraq, was killed by a city bus.
Some say the South Portland Farmers Market isn't thriving at its new Hinckley Drive location; others argue it just needs time to take root.
The Portland Press Herald building has been gutted and vacant since the news organization moved in 2010.
Portland's mayor extols the benefits of events like Beach to Beacon and Mumford & Sons.
Maine man gets life for kidnapping, rape; Senate candidate will work for charity; dedication ceremony at Grand Truck Cemetery
Several national security officials urged passage of the measure, which Maine Sen. Susan Collins helped draft.
As the commuter jet was landing in Washington, D.C., Tuesday, two others were taking off in the opposite direction.
The first complaint about Raymond Melville came after other alleged abuse incidents, a judge rules.
Emergency tactical police teams respond to distress calls from two separate lobster plants, which were under protest from 200 angry lobstermen.
Town officials and engineers are considering ways to link the village with the waterfront, which have been separated since the 1950s.