Experts say J. Crew and Lush Handmade Cosmetics will attract other classy retailers.
After Congress fails to pass legislation, the White House considers setting security standards for businesses.
Every so often, Richard Bond wondered if he ever made a difference in the world. Without question, he did.
An Eagle Scout from Portland disagrees with the Boy Scouts' reaffirmation of its ban on gay men and boys.
Supporters say barring Paul's delegates from the national convention hurts the integrity of the process.
The man is accused of using a miniature shoe camera to take pictures up women's skirts at the Scarborough Walmart.
The switch to having a paramedic on duty in the daytime likely has saved lives, the fire chief says.
July was the first time in nine years that McDonald's global sales figures didn't increase over a one-month period.
The Mennonite helped a woman flee the U.S. with her child during a custody fight, prosecutors say.
Christopher Dixon, 42, of York, owner of a local paving company, was electrocuted, officials say.
"She told me that she was sorry for everything. ... She said that I was right about everything."
Central Maine Power Company reported that about 360 customers lost power. About 150 customers are still without power near the Lowe's Home Improvement store.
Health officials say 18 batches of mosquitoes have tested positive for the virus.
Josh Beckett gave up a season-high eight runs on eight hits, as his miserable season in Boston continued.
As Tareek Hendricks is denied bail, a police affidavit says he maintains that the killing was self-defense.
The former head pharmacist for the Penobscot Indian Nation's shuttered pharmacy is going to prison for taking kickbacks from drug companies.
A 17-year-old boy who says he has "abnormally fast thumbs" has been named the fastest texter in America for the second year in a row. He'll get $50,000 in prize money.
It was the second Texas arrest this year for Travis, who was cited in February for public intoxication.
The EPA last month said Maine must take action to allow alewives above a dam on the St. Croix River.
The Limestone company says the contract will allow it to call back 26 laid-off workers.
Robert Winglass will remain in office until his replacement is confirmed.
"It is not up to Mr. Kerrigan to decide that he wants to serve a sentence rather than serve probation," the judge says.
The FBI says investigators have not linked anyone else to the attack or found any kind of note left by Wade Michael Page.
The man and woman were riding on the same ATV just before 5 a.m.
In a letter to Hillary Clinton, the Maine senator says the situation is "unacceptable" and asks the secretary of state to make it a priority in U.S.-Canadian relations.
The lower water level upstream from the Hydro Kennebec Dam in Waterville exposes "many new navigational hazards on the water."
It isn’t the first time that Timothy James Ezell, 19, has eluded the law.
Investigators believe Tanner Morse was riding up an incline when the vehicle tumbled backward onto him Monday evening.
More than 20 feet in circumference and nearly 100 feet tall, the tree was believed to be the largest white oak in Massachusetts.
The new ordinance also requires people to get a town permit before using fireworks, and prohibits their use within 150 feet of any structure.
Police say the 8:10 a.m. crash on North Road involved a car and a motorcycle.
The crash happened at about 9 a.m. in front of Wonder Mountain campground.
The fire was reported shortly before 8 a.m. at One World Trade Center.
The Portsmouth man also was charged with marijuana possession.
Misty M. Cook is arrested on a tentative charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
The 24-year-old Fort Fairfield man had more than 100 video files and 400 still images of child pornography on his computer.
They see women – particularly suburban women from their 30s to their 50s – as crucial in tight, swing-state contests.
The commission says during an April exercise, plant personnel did not develop and make proper initial protective action recommendations to states.
Competitors range from 16 to 24 years old. The winner gets $50,000.
The Coast Guard says 79-year-old Albert Kelsey of South Freeport was spotted early this morning.
The unidentified 47-year-old man was rushed to Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport.
75-year-old Anne Gagnon's injuries were initially not believed to be life-threatening.
A Messalonskee Stream Hydro official says the company will cooperate with the Maine Board of Pesticides Control.
During the Maine Lobster Lovers Celebration campaign, restaurants and retailers will offer lobster specials along with contests for free lobsters and other prizes.
I'm not sure what the protocol is for this sort of thing, but I hereby proclaim today Adrienne Bennett Appreciation Day . . .
The Charter School Commission received six applications to open schools this fall; two are set to open.
The school board says the revenue will help avoid program cuts, but drivers say $100 is high and unfair.
Instead of voting to put the $5.75 million project on the Nov. 6 ballot, town officials ask for some alternatives.
But they omit information that's key in understanding income tax changes the GOP pushed through.
"It's too beautiful to stop," Kathryn Bacastow said. "We intend to march to the lighthouse a little like Sherman did to Atlanta."
"Burt" Wolf wants to market the Riverwalk subdivision to adults of all ages, not just those 55 and older.
Woman in critical condition following two-car collision / Four-year-old severely hurt when ATV rolls over / Man admits defrauding L.L. Bean, Wright Express ... and more news from around the state.
The Town Council formally hired Peter Joseph after sifting through 41 applicants.