Mr. Hoffman, who died Monday at age 46, is remembered for helping others even as he struggled with his own challenges.
A supreme court justice finds that U.S. Cellular violated privacy laws by releasing the data.
The comedian got a little choked up Thursday night as he handed over the show he has hosted for 22 years; Jimmy Fallon takes over on Feb. 17.
The violin is valued at $5 million.
Rep. Carlos Henriquez said he wouldn’t resign because despite his conviction for assault, he is ‘an innocent man.’
The individuals, all from northern Maine, are accused of illegally hunting deer and moose in Allagash.
In years with little snow, those states see a big drop-off in skier visits, but even northern New England states like Maine feel the pain.
The family recently moved to Maine, so officials say there are no close family or friends with whom to place her three children while she is tried.
The grant is part of $30 million intended to improve and protect forests and waterways.
If approved by lawmakers, about 49,000 poor adults will start getting insurance funded with federal dollars.
Republicans – not including Maine’s Susan Collins – block a three-month renewal of federal benefits for those who have been out of work a long time.
District Attorney Geoffrey Rushlau releases a report explaining his decision not to charge Cheryl Torgerson, 61, of New York City.
The festival begins at 6 p.m. Friday with the Big Air and Rail Jam, in which riders compete for $2,000 in cash prizes.
LD 1762 would take $40 million from two state accounts, including the rainy day fund, to balance the state budget and forestall a proposal to take the $40 million from state aid to cities and towns.
L.D. 1762 would take $40 million from two state accounts, including the rainy day fund, to balance the state budget and forestall a proposal to take the $40 million from state aid to cities and towns. Additional votes will be required by both chamber of the Legislature before the bill passes.
The driver, Lucas Cole, 25, of Benton, says he was in the water for about five minutes, and suffered hypothermia and frostbite.
Users can set individual goals, group target mileage or run their own 26.2-mile course on Marathon Monday.
The author of the book ‘The Biology of Human Survival’ talks about what is physically possible and his view on the tale of Jose Salvador Alvarenga.
Looking like ‘someone who has run two or three marathons,’ he likely will take three or four days to be fit enough to travel back to El Salvador.
Brian Fitzgerald has been serving as acting director of MEMA.
Maine is one of two states that has passed GMO labeling legislation.
The House speaker acknowledges his Republican colleagues’ reluctance, but blames President Obama.
If approved, a memorial would be placed at a Georgia site where a truck hauling live chickens overturned Jan. 27.
Toyota widens its lead in the survey to place ahead of Ford. Honda slips from second to third.
Victor Santos, 18, of Framingham, Mass., and Brandon Ward, 19, of Houlton, are charged with criminal use of explosives after allegedly throwing three acid bombs.
Bright sun and dazzling snow scenes as Mainers dig out and return to normal routines.
Legislators back retaining $40 million for revenue sharing and taking money from other funds in an early vote on a politically sensitive bill opposed by some Republicans.
In the wake of an incident this fall, the FAA will inspect towers.
Ethan Couch was 16 and drunk when he lost control of his truck and plowed into a group of people, killing four.
The town of Willits, which usually sees 50 inches of rain a year, is in one of 17 rural areas that are dangerously low on water, and officials expect that number to grow.
At least one of those arrested had the actor’s cellphone number, law enforcement officials say.
Whether it’s the original ‘movable fighting man’ or today’s version, he remains a popular brand 50 years after his introduction.
Ice buildup on Wednesday downed tree limbs and power lines, putting 750,000 customers in the dark.
The health care group plans to distribute 500 emergency opiate overdose kits to at-risk patients starting in March.
Pushing divisive plans that have no chance of passage shows a lack of leadership, his political opponents say.
Details about the electrical transmission project will likely be made available by the end of the year.
Georgette Curran says the fish should be legalized as an aquarium trade fish, but the state considers it an invasive species.
Agricultural Secretary Tom Vilsack warns changes already are having a devastating effect.
Downeast Pharmacy stopped selling the products in 1993, a bold move then, and Bow Street Market has done the same.
A bulky prosthetic prototype with electrodes attached to nerves gives the user an ability to grasp by feel.
Man pleads guilty to five store, pizza shop robberies / Police want to know if home invasion suspect acted alone / Police charge man in two Lewiston bank robberies ... and more news from around the state.
The Norridgewock man says the claims of threatening were all a misunderstanding.
Cameras aboard planes can track robberies in progress and provide a wealth of data for tracking criminals.
With an infusion of investment funds, Bristol Seafood expects to open a second facility to help it compete for business nationwide.
A spate of ice-producing storms forces many municipalities to use extra salt and sand, straining finances with the winter only half over.
All efforts to make the invader a marketable product have failed, but a Canadian man now wants to change that in Maine.
The governor wants more drug officers, judges and prosecutors but remains silent on prevention and treatment in his State of the State speech.