Police allegedly found computers and iPhones in Reed’s home that had been stolen in burglaries that occurred in Saco and Scarborough.
The former president tells him ‘you will be a stronger human with time.’
Police say he charged fees to have explicit photos sent in by former lovers removed from the site.
The groups are sending dozens of paid staff into key states and enlisting thousands of volunteer activists.
A recently elected town councilor and a local developer are accused of firing shots too close to a woman’s home.
Safety and increased awareness of concussions are behind the decision, one GM says.
Gov. LePage says part of the problem is a fine levied against the mill as a result of the blast.
Creating more local internships is among the ideas shared by Bowdoin College students.
A 12-year-old boy says he was grabbed by a man driving near the 500 block of Middle Street.
Only a multimillion-dollar cleanup could rid the former Keddy Mill land of PCBs.
Fritz Blanchard’s arrest follows the guilty plea of Samuel Gravely of Portland on an identical charge.
Nova Star Cruises plans to begin offering the nine-hour daily rides – which will include a casino, movie theater and spa – in May.
Police seize six pounds of marijuana, two large bags of mushrooms and more than $30,000 in cash.
Ronald Newell, who died at age 78, was a private person who drove a truck for 18 years.
About 10 tons of PCB-contaminated soil has already been removed from the site and a fence has gone up to deter trespassers.
A coalition will seek signatures for a constitutional convention to throw out the ruling giving corporations the rights of individuals.
Pleading with the Senate Judiciary Committee to not abolish the NSA bulk-collection programs, Gen. Keith Alexander says global threats are growing.
Lawmakers, told that many applicants don’t get mental health checks, consider reforms.
Maine Drug Enforcement agents seize more than $40,000 in drugs and $35,000 in cash in three raids Tuesday.
The gay and lesbian rights advocacy group is also shifting focus after leading the initiative to legalize same-sex marriage.
The agency says it will ask pharmaceutical companies to voluntarily stop marketing the drugs for use in animal production.
Nearly 1,800 had lined up health coverage online by Nov. 30 as fixes to the federal website kicked in.
The American Petroleum Institute says the six-month moratorium on some waterfront development violates state and federal laws.
Shauna Quinn, 45, of Rockland, is also ordered to repay the $538,795 she misappropriated through advances on loans and credits lines that were not authorized
As fans of the channel complain, the company says viewership and cost were factors, and the decision is final.
Congress Street has reopened, repairs to Bolton Street expected to take most of the day.
Unlike sexual problems in men, most of women’s sexual issues are psychological, not physical..
Crunch time is now for Obama’s health care law, as consumers face a Dec. 23 enrollment deadline if they want to have coverage on Jan. 1.
One victim, 24-year-old Amanda Murphy, was eight months pregnant.
The Annenburg Foundation bid anonymously, paying $530,000 for 24 artifacts.
‘He really stood out to us as someone who has changed the tone and the perception and the focus of one of the world’s largest institutions in an extraordinary way,’ says the magazine’s managing editor.
The announcement comes as she heads to Capitol Hill for another round of grilling.
Police say a Levant man barricaded himself inside his house and refused to come out.
His arm and hand movements were meaningless, they say, and others wonder how he was allowed so close to world leaders, including Obama.
The 18-year-old filled out a job application before allegedly taking off with a couple of bottles of pink champagne.
He transformed the role of the guitar in jazz with his understated melodic and minimalist approach.
Interviews with the pilots who were in the cockpit indicated a nervous trainee captain, while the other two pilots recognized too late they were coming in too low and slow.
The Education Committee is examining a bill that would expand pre-kindergarten programs to all of Maine’s roughly 160 school districts.
Man wounded by own gun now in satisfactory condition / Former King staffer hired by Cutler campaign / Police believe school bleachers stolen to be sold as scrap ... and more news from around the state.
Child immunization rates and air quality improved in 2012, but we're not making progress on obesity and binge drinking.
Several lawmakers say they will push for a bill in the January session incorporating recommendations from a study on how the state funds public schools.
World leaders join ordinary South Africans to honor the anti-apartheid icon.
City officials also announce a new scholarship named after the South African leader.
The president has a series of encounters – including a handshake with Raul Castro – that test protocol.
Decisions in the cases will affect EPA efforts to lower emissions from out-of-state power plants that contaminate Maine’s air.
He donated the Miss Portland Diner to the city of Portland in 2004.
Justices will not decide a case centered on a type of agreement in which an employer remains neutral.
Calling it sexual harassment goes too far, the student’s mother says, but the school considers it unwanted touching.
Cory Reid, 29, faces possible deportation to Jamaica after completing his prison term.
Rotary clubs are bringing teddy bears and toys to help victims of the train disaster.
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.