The vehicle they were in hit a utility pole on County Road.
The bill restores benefits for younger military retirees.
The former Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway will be known as the Central Maine and Quebec Railway.
Jury fails to convict Michael Dunn of first-degree murder.
The ice fishing contest draws a crowd for the first time in three years.
The top-seeded Tigers are tested but pull away for a 60-45 quarterfinal win.
The Clippers hang on for a 45-43 quarterfinal victory.
Weather forces several changes to the high school tournament .
Poland’s Kamil Stoch is first in the large hill competition.
The Shipbuilders survive a scare from Lake Region to reach the Western Class B semifinals.
The 24th annual event gives the civic center a chance to show off its newly renovated digs.
Renaud Lavillenie breaks Sergei Bubka’s mark with a vault of 6.16 meters.
The No. 6 Knights lead from the start and advance to the Western Class B semifinals.
Matt Antoine of the U.S. wins bronze, the first skeleton medal for the U.S. since Jimmy Shea’s gold in 2002.
Hancock and Washington counties could see close to 2 feet of snow
The tennis great could not attend the opening ceremony because of her mother’s death.
A Maine-based health organization was awarded $600,000 from the federal government for the equipment.
Businesses can apply themselves or be nominated for the 2014 Governor’s Award for Business Excellence.
Zbigniew Brodka captures Poland’s first gold medal in speedskating.
T.J. Oshie gets the winner in the eighth round of the shootout.
Maria Komissarova breaks and dislocates her spine during training.
A U.N.-Arab League mediator ends direct talks between the Syrian government and opposition.
The Swedes will play the United States in the semifinals.
A Taliban spokesman urges Afghans to “deal with today’s invaders as they dealt with yesterday’s invaders.”
Viktor Ahn adds to gold-medal total at Sochi.
Zhou overcomes a false start to defend her Olympic title.
County officials argue that the Board of Corrections had no right to withhold a jail payment.
Officials think years of canceled contests are over.
Muslims trying to flee violence in the capital are turned back by peacekeepers.
The nanny’s lawyer points to records of injuries to the baby that happened when the nanny couldn’t have inflicted them.
People in Georgia and South Carolina may be without electricity for several more days.
A letter signed by more than 150 intellectuals targets a meeting by President Obama and his Mexican and Canadian counterparts.
A report by ‘medical experts’ convinced him that some offenses should be punished by life imprisonment, his spokesman says.
Researchers close in on a recipe that requires no refrigeration or freezing and can last three years.
Legislators could proposal changes that affect the two largest providers of rides for MaineCare members
The new proposal for when and where dogs can and can’t run free also addresses other threats to shore birds.
Guilty or not, central Maine pet owners pay for neglect of park rules with the loss of park use, at least until spring.
Law enforcers fan out to make schools safer and become more familiar as a force for good.