A culinary class at Portland Arts and Technology High School watches a butcher turn a pig into pork to learn where their food comes from.
Most of Europe has shifted to the more secure chip system, causing fraud rates in the U.S. to double in 10 years.
The 14-count indictment portrays the former governor as deeply entrenched in credit card debt even before he took office and willing to accept lavish gifts.
Newly released documents describe how priests for decades were moved from parish to parish while the archdiocese hid the clerics' histories from the public.
Nearly 62 percent of voters in 2008 passed a ban but activists say attitudes are changing.
Researchers find suicides and murders jump when people have ready access to a gun.
The ambitious borrowing package fails by a margin of more than 2-to-1 in the towns of Kennebunk, Kennebunkport and Arundel.
Angry players wanted Alex Rodriguez kicked out of their union after he sued it last week, but staff lawyers told them expulsion was not allowed.
The U.S. moguls team decides to take just two men, leaving the Bethel native without a spot.
John Price, owner of J.P.’s Shellfish, instructed an employee to make withdrawals in increments of less than $10,000 to avoid triggering federal reporting requirements.
Proposed legislation could mean the native of Southeast Africa will get no assistance in Maine, forcing her to move elsewhere. Meet Eva at MaineToday.com
A proposal by Commissioner Joseph Ponte would eliminate an associate commissioner and add a deputy commissioner.
Known as ‘The People’s Diva,’ Renee Fleming is closely identified with the New York City region.
The meeting is scheduled to take place during the president’s visit to Europe in March.
Three groups are collaborating on an eight-week campaign that aims to keep wipes from clogging the wastewater system.
The worker claims his female supervisor drew male genitals on an evaluation form, called him ‘babe’ and ‘darling,’ and put her hand on his shoulder.
An injury in 2009 to the then teenager from Switzerland prevented her from trying to stop Lindsey Vonn from winning downhill gold at the Vancouver Games.
Purdue Police Chief John Cox said the man appeared to have targeted the victim.
Two courts will make the final ruling Thursday on the acquisition of MM&A Railway, which went bankrupt after a tragic derailment in Quebec.
The former Beatle received the Lifetime of Peace and Love award from the David Lynch Foundation.
Billionaire Carlos Slim’s $250 million investment in 2009, when the newspaper needed help, is paying big dividends for world’s second-richest person.
Some are surprised that Thomas ‘T.J.’ Williams, a dedicated student at the time, is suspected in a fire that forced 200 people to flee.
The amount includes money raised by outside groups like political action committees.
The governor says Medicaid recipients should pay a portion of the programs. Proponents say helping people quit smoking will save Maine money in the long run.
The Department of Corrections says the 53-year-old man died this morning.
A lawyer for the former wide receiver and his mother says they were victims of a scam, not perpetrators.
The part-time Scarborough resident is promoting the film ‘Low Down’ at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.
Police leaflets contain warnings about three potential suicide bombers, one of them, Ruzanna Ibragimova, a 22-year-old widow of an Islamic militant.
Police trying to determine if Tuesday robbery is related to two incidents in Portland this month.
Several early afternoon arrivals and departures have already been canceled.
Former manager evades prison time for destroying evidence in the aftermath of the BP oil spill in 2010.
The snow comes down harder and faster than many expected. A blizzard warning is issued for parts of New England.
The archdiocese has paid millions of dollars to settle sexual abuse claims.
At Black Fly Firewood in Alna, owners say demand is so heavy they have a six- to eight-week order backlog.
Monsignor Nunzio Scarano is accused of transferring millions of euros in fictitious donations from offshore companies.
The winning bidder will be based on what’s in the best interest of the public and creditors, a trustee says.
The event designed for businesses for 50 or fewer employees.
Despite glittering new construction projects, residents are forced to live amid squalor and environmental waste.
It undermines democracy when the 85 richest people have assets equaling those of 3.55 billion people, Oxfam says.
The probe comes to life as it heads for a rendezvous with a comet this summer.
The case being argued Wednesday involves a man who had images of child sex acts on his computer.
The United States and its allies balked at the offer made to Iran Sunday by Ban Ki-moon.
Leaders talk about how far the nation has come in the past 50 years and how more needs to be done.
The missionary’s family is both heartbroken and encouraged by his brief news conference.
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Dorothy Cotton tells a crowd about her work against ‘American apartheid.’
New England shows why it was the underdog.
The woman, alleged to be a would-be bomber, was seen recently in downtown Sochi, a website reports.
Mrs. Lyons died Saturday, less than three weeks shy of their 76th wedding anniversary.
The Maine senator works to ensure new regulations are not a burden on businesses.
Supporters of the bill want to adopt a government-run program, but a critic calls that unwise and expensive.
Democrat David Bustin and Republican Earle McCormick are running for the seat.
She says the cost study has several flaws, including what appears to be a $575 million calculation error.
After a successful campaign in Portland, a national group will try to put the issue to voters in Lewiston, South Portland and York.