The child told teachers his hand was held to a stove to show him ‘what it feels like,’ police said.
Officials who provided ‘misinformation’ about the practices of the CIA and NSA undermined public trust, senators say.
The intention isn’t to help kids eat large amounts of peanuts, but to prevent a life-threatening allergic reaction in case they accidentally eat trace amounts.
That suggests the most effective efforts to prevent obesity would start before kids enter kindergarten.
In 2015, voters will be asked to OK renovations and a new turf field at the high school at a cost of $16.8 million.
The pop star goes to the Toronto police station after earlier in the day pleading not guilty to drunken driving in the United States.
The public broadcasting network says its ‘hands are tied’ because of a dispute between the civic center and Time Warner Cable.
Nearly 60,000 additional passengers utilized the Portland airport in 2013, a rise of above 3.7 percent.
Kevin Peaslee, charged in the shaken-baby case, posts $50,000 bail. The baby’s location is unknown.
Many farmers would gain, food stamp recipients may lose benefits, and dairy farmers aren’t yet sure.
Motorists are urged to avoid the street.
The victim, a 24-year-old local man, remains in serious condition at Maine Medical Center.
The measure, likely to pass the Senate, has been at the core of a years-long battle over food stamps.
A passenger says ‘the last four minutes of the flight were terrifying and I think all of us were quite unsure of how it was going the end.’
In the next day or two, Attorney General Eric Holder will make the most high-profile death penalty decision of his career in law enforcement.
Freezing temperatures persist, leaving people stranded in cars and students stuck at schools.
A counterterrorism official says the concern is for an attack on so-called softer targets outside Sochi.
The Federal Reserve’s decision to continue paring its purchases signals its belief that the economy is showing consistent improvement.
The wintering butterflies now cover only 1.65 acres in the forests west of Mexico City, down from a peak of more than 44.5 acres in 1995.
David Coon told investigators he covered Sherry Clifford’s mouth to prevent her from screaming and accidentally killed her.
Simcock owned Colonial Distributors, a beverage distribution company, for 42 years, building the company into a multimillion-dollar business.
Ronald G. Brann, who now lives in New Gloucester, is accused of stealing more than $10,000 from the group.
Details are not released. Now the hockey team has until the end of Monday to consider if the terms are sufficient to return to Portland.
The project on Sheridan Street would use pier supports and feature a large top-floor unit built for a surgeon.
The bills suggest, among other things, attending school for free and paying tuition back over time.
But the proposal, which seeks to balance tribal sovereignty with conservation measures, is raising constitutional concerns.
A major contributor was the addition of Southwest Airlines service in April.
John Eaton Jr. was reported missing by his family over the weekend.
Police say Justin L. Ross stole items in Winthrop, Wayne, Mount Vernon, Fayette and Vienna.
Police believe the crash happened when a car slowed to avoid hitting a twin-sized mattress in the roadway and was rear-ended by a pickup truck.
The investigation began last fall when police got a tip and seized 31-year-old William Diemer’s home computer.
The monstrous tornado leveled part of Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Okla., killing six of her students – including Nicolas – last spring.
The confrontation began the reporter asked the Republican about a Justice Department investigation into his campaign finances.
Crest is introducing Mint Chocolate Trek, Lime Spearmint Zest and others.
ELC Management says it needs time to negotiate with a nearby landowner for a second entrance.
Man indicted in shooting of girlfriend with children nearby / UMF expands program giving free on-campus housing / Officials looking into cause of fire that destroyed home ... and more news from around the state.
Alexander was honored by the town of Raymond with a plaque last week.
Ignoring a White House veto threat, majority Republicans led the House in voting 227-188.
That would cause confusion, they say, but others back a bill calling for increased oversight amid rising Maine complaints.
The folk music pioneer and political activist, who died Monday, befriended a local author, had his boat built here and wrote a tune about Lewiston.
A four-story project at Congress Street's peak calls for 12 units as well as ground-floor retail space, and a smaller five-unit building will be built on a steep slope on Sheridan Street.
A moose decline in other states prompts at closer look at Maine’s herd.
After three years of talk from Maine’s governor about how Maine kids don’t measure up, it was literally a breath of fresh air.
Investigators are looking for what ignited the late-night blaze, which caused no injuries.
In the party's response to President Obama's speech, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers focuses heavily on her touching personal history.