Hancock and Washington counties had the highest snowfall totals, the National Weather Service says.
Pet owners show dogged endurance at the Planet Dog Foundation fundraiser in Portland.
The man, 19, allegedly rammed his pickup into a snowbank and then hit the vehicle of someone who tried to help him.
At least four people are killed when an explosion tears through a bus of South Korean sightseers.
The grandson of team owner Richard Childress takes the pole with a lap of 196.019 mph.
The online fundraising site recommends users change their passwords.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White are one performance away from a gold medal.
The U.S. men lose to Canada, which will be the No. 2 seed in the semifinals.
Maria Komissarova heads to a clinic in Munich that specializes in spine injuries.
The 19-year-old says she’s in a satanic cult and only takes out ‘bad people,’ the latest one in Pennsylvania.
Thousands attend winter activity events in Freeport and across the state.
In Maine, Eastport, the easternmost city in the U.S., got 16.7 inches
A band called Sounds of Comfort formed by hospice volunteers will perform the first public concert inside the prison this week..
The former Portland Sea Dog is leaving for physical reasons and to spend more time with his family.
The race is rescheduled until Monday.
The former Sea Dog would make $33.5 million over two seasons if he makes 30 starts or more in both years.
If Canada beats South Korea on Monday, it will become the first women’s team to go through an Olympic round-robin campaign undefeated.
Sponsorship deals are now starting to specify how many tweets, how many Facebook mentions and even Instagram photos they must post.
Ter Mors sets an Olympic record in winning the women’s 1,500 meters.
Phil Kessel scores three goals as the US earns an automatic spot into Wednesday’s quarterfinals.
The suspect, 34, was arrested when she came back to the store at 340 Allen Ave. for a second time Sunday morning, police say.
The assistant Republican leader and former Democratic House speaker Hannah will discuss a wide range of topics.
The public can nominate a candidate for the first time.
Bode Miller shows strong emotions after sharing the bronze medal in the super-G.
The U.S. Secretary of State says climate change may be the world’s most fearsome’ weapon of mass destruction.
The winner of the longest pup-to-person kiss gets a $75 gift package at The Planet Dog Company Store in Portland.
Gold goes to skier from Czech Republic after U.S. favorite crashes and fails to make medal round.
Bode Miller becomes the oldest Alpine skier to medal in the Olympics at age 36.
A ban on flying them for business purposes is largely ignored and barely enforced. When rules do emerge, it may be too late.
He used his three weeks in the facility to ‘sort things out’ after his trip to North Korea.
She breezes to a win answering questions on neuroscience at a Boston competition.
Scientists believe the little icthyosaur and its mother were buried in a landslide.
A church group sends medical and veterinary experts to help the country recover from a typhoon.
Saturday’s event could send the work of more than 30 local first-place winners to national judges.
Wine aficionados will find plenty of bargain bottles on the shelves after 2013’s $3.16 billion bumper crop.
No damage or injuries are reported, though 911 centers are flooded with calls.
Buxton gets a grant that will pay for four full-time firefighters for two years. So, then what?
The lifelong Portland resident was also an ‘amazing’ father of six.
LePage says Medicaid cannibalizes state agencies / Nominations sought for business award
Schools find success with hands-on projects that teach academic skills and shape healthy attitudes.
A mostly nonpartisan issue in the Legislature has divided hygienists and dentists who argue about the root of the problem: poor access or poor funding.
Two Maine groups are being paid to manage their forests for carbon dioxide reduction that will offset pollution by industry.
But many of them say they won’t meet the deadline because of backlogs with registered testers.
After a rift in the community of seed-savers, Will Bonsall takes matters into his own hands to continue protecting hundreds of varieties of potatoes and other plants.
Huntington Ingalls Shipbuilding of Newport News, Va., did not make the cut.