A Maine wreath maker hopes to decorate all headstones in Arlington National Cemetery for the cemetery’s 150th anniversary in 2014.
The rare, still-airworthy fighter is donated to a group that flies aircraft at living-history events.
A 77-year-old man accidentally shot himself in the abdomen at the Scarborough Fish & Game firing range Saturday morning.
The Black Bears fall in their first-ever NCAA tournament game played at Orono.
A multiple-vehicle crash blocked traffic in both directions but no one was seriously hurt.
The shooting occurs near Geneva Avenue and Westville Street in Dorchester.
A ceremony in Portland – and one in Hawaii – marks the day 72 years ago when Japan bombed the U.S. base.
A 72-year-old Georgia man who strayed from home is shot by a gun owner primed to fear an intruder.
Growers in the US are hoping this will allow them to get a foothold in the expanding Chinese market.
Pop star was shut out of the top Grammy categories.
Couple married for just three weeks lured man to his death with a Craigslist ad so they could kill someone together, police said.
Winter storm is causing thousands of power outages, canceled flights and travel headaches from Texas to Ohio.
A host of world leaders and overwhelming crowds are expected to converge in South Africa to pay tribute to the late president.
Merrill Newman, who served during the Korean War, comes home after being detained since October.
In fact, the school will pay the NCAA $30,000 for the right to host Saturday’s playoff game against New Hampshire.
The cost may rise to 47 percent more than the price the service has listed.
They fault Central Maine Power Co.’s noise tests and slow response to the irritating sound from a power substation.
The new measure could force applicants to seek money from local General Assistance programs.
Woman charged with fraud for getting welfare benefits / Maine man, 32, dies after falling from roof / Local police sergeant cited for hunting violation ... and more news from around the state.
Maine’s biggest ice fishing derby has been canceled the last two years due to a lack of ice, but organizers say they're forming a Plan B.
Jo Davis promised her husband, Bert Davis, that she would never forget the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941.
A 1938 law requires the federal government to purchase dairy products at higher than wholesale prices if Congress can’t agree on a bill.
Part of Congress Street is closed for the First Friday Art Walk. And the city’s new marijuana law takes effect.
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.