55 percent of Freeport voters said ‘yes’ to exploring breaking away.
Despite the astronomical odds against winning, optimists everywhere have joined the buying frenzy.
The meeting comes as the White House considers changes in surveillance programs.
Another writer will pick up where Stieg Larsson, who died in 2004, left off with the beloved best-sellers about a hacker and a journalist.
Airport security questions will go unanswered after a firm that lost 658 workers settles for $135 million.
The system is critical for dispelling heat generated by on-board equipment.
The lone shooter’s motive isn’t immediately known.
Five locations of Arapahoe High School were written in indelible marker on Karl Pierson’s arm when he entered the school.
The DEA says James Sweeney and others of transported hundreds of pounds of marijuana from Arizona to Maine.
He plans to introduce bills that would require able-bodied people to show they’ve applied for three jobs before getting assistance.
Neal Laverriere conspired with a podiatrist to obtain oxycodone fraudulently and distribute the pills.
Kurt DelBene, who most recently served as president of the Microsoft Office Division, will take over from Jeffrey Zeints.
Three teams will battle for supremacy in the lucrative pursuit of the tiny Maine delicacy.
The building will be used to house the central office, multicultural center and West programs.
Food and beverage companies understand that ingredients can become a liability once they fall out of favor with the public. Case in point: high-fructose corn syrup.
Gains are flowing mostly to the rich, who spend less of their money than do low- and middle-income consumers, whose pay is barely rising.
The attorney general’s office says more than 1,000 Mainers are victims of unfair and deceptive actions.
It was also the 345th straight month with above-average temperatures.
High-tech treadmills, a super trampoline and special diet plans are among the ways the United States tries to give an edge to its athletes.
The belief that studying music improves intelligence may be a myth, and being in a classroom full of ‘the best and brightest’ may not help marginal students after all.
Kevin Dineen, who coached Portland for six seasons, will lead Canada’s women’s hockey team to Sochi.
About 70 percent of the possible number combinations are purchased for Tuesday night's drawing, meaning there will likely be a winner.
The new site near the Portland Jetport in South Portland would make services inaccessible to many, demonstrators say.
The New York man is described by authorities as a ‘career offender,’ making him subject to stiffer federal sentencing guidelines.
Top Senate Republicans oppose the measure because it cuts military retirement benefits, but haven’t tried to engineer its defeat.
Videos automatically start playing without sound when they appear. Users can click on a video to view it with sound, or scroll past it if they’re not interested.
A man who owed the IRS $37,000 refused to turn the machine over for auction.
Three of the world’s four fastest-rising search requests on Google were triggered by the deaths of famous men.
The White House says the meeting was focused on efforts to repair the Obama administration’s HealthCare.gov website.
The travel agency that provides roadside assistance is seeing about twice as many calls as is normal for this time of year.
The head-on collision happened at 8:30 p.m. Monday on Route 196 in Topsham.
The car went off the road, rolled several times and came to rest on its roof. None of the passengers were wearing seat belts.
She explained her absence from the trial was out of fear that she would be wrongly convicted.
In a lengthy ‘open letter to the people of Brazil,’ the American fugitive commends the Brazilian government for its strong stand against U.S. spying.
A spokesman for the federal Bureau of Prisons would not say where Bulger is ultimately headed.
Kevin Blood and his wife, Ashley, both 25, are accused of assaulting two young children at their apartment sometime in November.
Prosecutors say the hoax was meant to delay final exams.
An intense snow band hits southern Maine, reducing visibility to near-zero.
The moratorium buys time for city officials to develop a permanent ordinance that would prevent Portland Pipe Line from reversing the flow in its underground pipe.
Some cry foul over the detentions and fines lawfully employed by a New York City department store to counter a costly crime. Now, some customers are fighting back in court.
The sole bidder so far may see more value in ending service in Maine and selling the assets in pieces, experts say.
Some had sought to fill the slots with newcomers soon in a bid to revive lease negotiations with the Portland Pirates.
The panel is selling them for $14 a pair to raise funds for U.S. athletes in the Winter Olympics.
The area could erupt with a force 2,000 times greater than Mount St. Helens’ famous blast.
The lawsuit alleges the operators of the Johnston facility violated provisions of the Clean Air Act.
Using lessons from the damage done by Tropical Storm Irene, experts urge several new protections.
Two new studies conclude that popping multivitamins neither protects aging men’s brains nor helps heart attack survivors.
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A human rights panel also finds reasonable grounds that the school clerk was a victim of illegal retaliation.
The DHHS must open the buildings on Riverview Psychiatric Center’s property or find a new plan.
Roxanne Jeskey is accused of using pliers, a box cutter and a plastic baseball bat to kill her husband in Bangor.
Some conservatives are balking but it appears the legislation will pick up enough votes to pass by the end of the week.
On a visit to Vietnam, Secretary of State John Kerry has harsh words for the Chinese and offers new maritime security assistance to Southeast Asia.
The Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
Leaders and the hard right trade new accusations in a battle that could play out in congressional elections.
Extended benefits have been a lifeline for those looking for work during the slow recovery from recession, but Congress is about to let them expire.