Bowdoin officials say the classic novel was written at a different house owned by the college.
Maine men’s hockey team got a needed win over last-place Merrimack on Friday.
To generate power, nearly 350,000 computer-controlled mirrors roughly the size of a garage door reflect sunlight to boilers atop 459-foot towers.
Obama draws a clear connection between California’s troubles and climate change.
Guidance issued by the Justice and Treasury departments is the latest step by the federal government toward enabling a legalized marijuana industry.
The event is replete with music, flowers, decorations, friends and a lot of love.
The 22-year-old man smashed a mirror on a cruiser and threw the bat at an officer, police say.
The team is ditching new high-tech suits after a disappointing start at the Winter Games in Sochi.
He was part of a ring that drove the whale tusks from Canada into Maine in a secret compartment in a trailer.
A member of the Senate Armed Services and Intelligence committees, he plans to visit Israel and the West Bank.
From gulls on the beaches to ice on the beeches, Maine offers beauty no matter the weather.
Ryan McLaughlin’s appearance in federal court in Bangor this week coincided with new, unrelated charges that he broke into a moving company and a home.
Plus, airlines have been cutting unprofitable flights and packing more passengers on each flight, so rebooking can take days.
The city says meeting recordings were inadvertently erased, and since then, officials have provided the Keep Portland Livable group with all the remaining pertinent records.
They say that the legal case against gay marriage is crumbling and that it would be improper for them to argue positions that are clearly unconstitutional.
U.S. medalist raced after suffering concussion-like symptoms and will now retire.
The Most Rev. Robert P. Deeley is installed as the 12th bishop of the Diocese of Portland.
Robert Vineberg, 57, is charged with possessing heroin with the intent to sell it.
Coastal Living is holding online voting for the seaside town that is tops.
Michel D’Angelo, who is also known as ‘Karma,’ claimed to have a bomb when he took nearly $1,300 from Kennebunk Savings Bank in 2012.
The U.S. Marshals Service aids with the arrest.
Athletes who share pictures, thoughts and stories from the games strengthen their hands to woo new sponsors or squeeze more money from existing ones.
The Bath shipyard was one of three chosen to develop the design for the U.S. Coast Guard’s next-generation Offshore Patrol Cutter program.
The juveniles are accused of attacking an adult worker at the Long Creek Youth Development Center and causing damage before being captured.
No storm could keep a true bandit away, and the evidence of Portland’s Valentine’s Day phantom is all over downtown. View the bandit's work courtesy of MaineToday.com
Musicians have long complained that airlines frequently require that instruments be checked as baggage, with the result that they are often damaged or lost.
Speed restrictions put in place during the storm had been lifted at 6 a.m., but rush-hour motorists said the roadway was very slick, calling into question whether it had been adequately treated.
In New York City a baby is delivered by cesarean section after the mother is struck by a plow and killed.
Alcom LLC expects to create 180 positions in the next three years.
The men’s clothing company has been pursued for purchase by rival Men’s Warehouse.
Sandro Viletta of Switzerland is the surprise winner of the super-combined after Miller and Ted Ligety have rough races.
Yet another storm could drop 6 to 10 inches on the region Saturday, though it should be a lot lighter.
Ash and grit fell to earth in towns and cities across the region and lay 2 inches deep in some places.
The agency will evaluate cleanup work to determine whether it continues to protect health and the environment.
Hundreds of thousands lose power in the frozen South, mostly in Georgia and the Carolinas.
County officials sharply criticize what he calls bold action to fix a broken and inefficient system.
He was the son of substance abusers, officials say.
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Paul Hard battles to be considered the surviving spouse after his partner was killed in a car crash.
Investigators also find the hammer believed to have been used in the crimes near a road 20 miles away.
How much and how well parents talk with babies and toddlers help to tune youngsters’ brains to build language and vocabulary skills.
Named for a 9-year-old
boy who was killed by his father, Joshua’s Law defines the crime.
The law empowers children with terminal ailments to ask to be put to death by their doctor if their parents agree.
A whopping 738 million roses and more go through the airport into a system that keeps them fresh.
They see the issue as a political winner in Congress.
They expect higher prices and more service problems, and so do current cable customers in Maine.
The find dates to 1,600 B.C.
After a mistrial, a man charged with four counts of second-degree murder in a 1989 blaze goes free.
The state needs to deal with a troubled website and thousands of unprocessed applications.
The state was 44 percent ahead of its target as of Jan. 31, better than most states, and data starts to flesh out the categories of people getting insurance.
Authorities say it was a breach of procedure but not collusion.
Americans see an economic system that demands working harder than ever to get ahead and a political system that is unresponsive to their needs.
Advances in technology allow adults to pass up slow and snowy commutes and work from home during nasty weather.
Ann and John Zerillo and Barbara and Leon Fogg have collectively been married more than 123 years.
The next effort to draft a waterfront ordinance starts with a qualified group and a commitment to transparency.
The suspect flees the store with bundle of prescription drugs.
A 3 percent increase had been recommended by the chancellor.