The first waterfront stage built in South Portland or Westbrook will be the only one, an official predicts.
Opponents call the bill ‘state-sanctioned discrimination’ against gays.
A right whale was entangled in 280 feet of fishing line off of the coast of Georgia.
Multiple major accidents have highlighted the need for safer transportation of hazardous materials.
A study finds urban areas with high-paying industries often have the biggest economic divides.
Officials stress the radiation poses no public health threat.
Mr. Hough died Saturday at age 54.
The bill would enable a person to sue the government if they believe it has taken an action that abridges their freedom of religion.
Family members of loved ones who have been killed testify in favor of a bill to create a new investigative unit, but cost remains a barrier.
The two are being treated at a hospital for injuries that are not life-threatening.
The Maine senator recounts being in Beirut when a pair of suicide bombers killed eight people downtown.
Nova Star Cruises, set to start Maine service May 1, must show it has adequate resources before it can start booking reservations.
Projections of premium increases in the current law have panicked coastal residents.
However, there is a small rise in the number of younger farmers, a government census finds.
Falmouth’s boys and girls win again in Class A, and Merriconeag repeats in Class C.
Most are choosing the mid-level ‘silver’ plans which have two subsidies available.
Advertisers who succeed harness the feel-good nature of the games and convey a message about their products.
Illegal in NY, towns try to cash in on fracking needs, such as water, in Pennsylvania
Police say nine other businesses passed the alcohol compliance checks.
He says a panel’s reports in 2008 and 2009 included mercury data from the Penobscot River. But a state scientist says the findings were based on a small sample and contradicted other test results.
Police in Skowhegan say the tech-savvy Augusta teenager used an online service to try to avoid detection.
Authorities say slick road conditions likely played a role.
The data shows Maine leads New England for total number of farms.
The bill sought to affirm constitutional protection for the right to worship, but opponents say it was unneeded and would open the door to legal discrimination.
The Americans held a 2-0 lead in the third period before losing at 8:10 of the extra period.
More than 70,000 signatures were collected by the Maine People’s Alliance and two national organizations.
The gift includes nearly 300 works by the modernist painter, who spent much of his life and career in Maine.
Officials say 46-year-old John Phillip Michaud disappeared from the Machiasport minimum-security facility on Wednesday.
The bill would give courts power to vacate prostitution convictions for those who were forced into the sex trade.
A traffic light has been added at the city’s busiest intersection because of the high accident rate.
The owner says the car has had a lot of work done on it since it disappeared from his home in 1984.
Police say Mark Daniel Kennedy, 43, and Jeffrey Reynolds, 44, were found dead on the ship made famous in a 2009 hijacking dramatized in the movie ‘Captain Phillips.’
Police executing a search warrant at a home in Brewer arrest 41-year-old Victoria Ragonesi.
Bitcoin is an open-source currency affiliated with no country or bank, which can be bought and sold anonymously.
Police say the driver called 911 and tried to help, but there was nothing that could be done to save her.
The Alpine skier’s father and coach said he and his daughter are “extremely angry at President Viktor Yanukovych.”
Details of the chaotic scene are described in a transcript of an emergency call placed during the Jan. 5 incident involving Edward Domasinsky of Clinton.
Police say the car crossed the center line and struck the plow, despite efforts by the plow driver to move out of the way.
The three Frenchmen quickly bolted ahead only had to stay upright to make history.
A judge sentences Michael Pierce to five years in jail with all but two years suspended for the robberies of two CVS pharmacies in Augusta.
The convenience store that sold the ticket receives a $1 million check as state officials wait for the jackpot winner to come forward.
They include new specialty papers and ultra-efficient generators that produce steam and electricity for industrial applications.
In addition, at least three policemen were killed, 28 suffered gunshot wounds and 67 were captured by the protesters and were being held.
But consumers didn’t learn about the ‘hazardous’ levels until a state agency closed the fishing area.
Others wonder how the closure of the Penobscot River area will reflect on the Maine lobster brand.
They are told to pay $31,200 for code violations, but say they have paid taxes on the structures for almost 20 years.
Companies collecting the data say it’s anonymous, but consumer advocates say it’s spying.
Pregnancy specialists say too many C-sections are done because labor is progressing too slowly.
The bill, L.D. 1606, would direct the state to sell four former AMHI group homes to a nonprofit organization.
The two are in the Mideast to focus on U.S. humanitarian aid to Lebanon to deal with the influx of refugees from Syria.
The ruling – a victory for landowners – invalidates the approval of a route through the state.
The bill says employers could not prohibit workers from discussing their pay.
Amid concerns over intrusiveness, more context may be added to queries about where a child was conceived or why a parent left a home.
Saying the contract bid was posted without leadership awareness, the agency cancels the proposal.
The new mental health unit at Riverview, though, only solves a small portion of bed availability problems.
Files show that a cardinal had shielded priests and ordered evidence withheld from police.
The Montreal-born author lived in Paris for decades and published 116 stories in The New Yorker alone.
The trustee for the Maine-based company blamed for the Lac-Megantic tragedy says the legal team is not following the court’s rules.
Formerly Maine Aviation Corp., the company turns its attention to the luxury aircraft market.
His legislation would increase refunds under the program that replaced the popular ‘circuit breaker’ credit.
Mindful of past booms, residents want to harness the good without getting left with the bad residue.
Police say people who own them should keep their snowblowers indoors or secured and out of sight.
Eight Portland businesses cited for selling alcohol to minors / Boy hurt when snowmobile driven by mother hits trees / State investigating failure of Casco Bay Bridge span to close . . . and more news from around Maine.
Councilors agree to accept committee findings but remain at odds over balancing the needs of pets and piping plovers.
The agent fired at a truck two Canadian teens used to crash through the border gate at Coburn Gore.
Built with aid from immigrants in Portland, the school serves to show that different tribes can build relationships.
Communities that make TIF agreements with local businesses may see increased value with new buildings but be allowed to shelter that value so state aid checks are not affected.