They subpoena Christie’s re-election campaign and the state Republican leadership.
State officials 'could have done a better job' in response to reports about abuse at the Sunshine Child Care & Preschool in Lyman.
The three-member panel includes an attorney and two environmental specialists.
Deputies in Somerset County say the man got away with some cash and ask for the public’s help in catching him.
A two-year bridge project is coming to an end, though painting will briefly detour traffic again in two months.
The defense secretary responds to problems that have raised questions about nuclear security.
Great Northern cites low market prices and high costs. Employees will still report and work on finding operating efficiencies.
Legislators reject a bill to bar schools and employers from demanding access to private accounts, but, concerned about intrusiveness, they opt for more study.
Kobe Bryant won’t be returning, but plenty of 2012 gold medalists are picked to return to the national team for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Critics say the bill goes too far in trying to protect religious freedoms that already exist in the U.S. Constitution.
Jeanne Hulit of Falmouth was an interim part of President Obama’s Cabinet for five months.
The government says U.S. Investigations Services Inc released unfinished background cases to the government and represented them as complete in order to increase revenue and profit.
Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ Catlin of Brunswick and Seth Schlotterbeck of Auburn are released on $100 cash bail each and face charges after chaining themselves to the doors of a TD Bank.
Both U.S. and Canadian authorities warn of a ‘major loss of life’ from future oil train crashes.
An online ranking places the state at the top of the best places to live for cat lovers.
The statewide increase countered a drop in sales nationally.
The chain has been working to respond to a shift in eating habits toward fresher or healthier foods, but those efforts have yet to take hold.
Portland has the largest fire department among New England cities with fewer than 100,000 residents, and the highest number of firefighters per capita among all midsize cities in the region.
Police say Alan-Michael Santos of Massachusetts, who will appear in court Friday, threatened to shoot a fellow fraternity member.
Lawmakers vote to use funds already funneled into public education to help support early learning.
The Maine Department of Labor says the glitch halted processing of unemployment checks, direct deposits and other notifications this week.
Railroads and locomotive makers are looking primarily at ways to retrofit existing engines to burn a mix of diesel and natural gas because that will be the easiest way to adopt the new technology.
During the 2012 London games, Lauren’s uniforms were a point of controversy when it was revealed they were largely made overseas.
Maine's lowest temperatures unofficially recorded around the state in the 24 hour period, ending at 9:26 a.m. on Jan. 23, 2014.
Police say Paul Coyne has a police record that includes numerous felony and drug convictions.
An early morning search warrant capping a six-month investigation turns up eight grams of cocaine, police say.
A recent survey showed that 56 percent of clients who use Good Shepherd’s network of food pantries reported having to choose between paying for heat and paying for food.
In the film, the former crime boss tells his defense attorney that he was never an FBI informant, but rather had federal agents on his payroll.
Listings of Maine day care centers with revoked and conditional licenses.
The pop star is charged with resisting arrest, drag racing and driving under the influence after Miami Beach police said he was speeding down a residential street.
Their first-of-its-kind plan calls for projects to expand transmission lines and gas pipeline capacity in the region by 20% in three years.
Authorities say Matthew Atwood, 36, stole jewelry and cash from a Georgetown home where he had worked.
The bronze rabbit, sitting on its haunches with one floppy ear, is about half the height of the ear canal.
Officials urged surfers not to risk their lives to ride the violent surges.
The woman who discovered the camera showed it to Conor Makem, who told her it wasn’t a camera and then threw it away, police say.
Detectives seized Joseph Payton’s computer after finding images and videos of child pornography on it.
As Obama prepares to give his annual State of the Union address on Tuesday, people are largely pessimistic about the country’s direction.
The state will side with the plaintiffs in a lawsuit seeking to have the ban struck down.
Rulings in two nations clear the way for a New York group to buy Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railways, which was involved in a deadly oil train derailment in Canada last summer.
Los Angeles police say the agitated man frothed at the mouth and growled during bizarre encounters.
The listings fail to note whether centers have conditional licenses because of significant violations of state regulations.
Many agree that the resounding defeat means that a new plan will have to be changed substantially.
Heating assistance requests double last year’s during the most frigid winter in more than 10 years.
Raising Readers distributes books to Maine kids age 5 and younger at hospitals and doctors’ offices.
Maine man dies in SUV crash / Cleaning lady arrested for stealing drugs / Snowmobiler breaks a leg, crawls six hours to get help ... and more news from around the state.
New flood maps could mean significant hikes in insurance premiums and restrictions on property development in Maine.
One arm of the agency says yes, then another says no, a conflict that could put kids at risk and suggests a communications gap.