They compete in plumbing, cooking, designing and other areas for a chance to go to a SkillsUSA national competition.
They want access to recordings of jailhouse phone calls made by the former New England Patriot.
Even marathon victims are conflicted over the death penalty sought for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Many schools settle claims of child sex abuse within school districts, according to the report.
A House proposal would allow 11 million immigrants to stay in the United States.
Benjamin L. Sylvester is sentenced to serve three years in the brig and to be dishonorably discharged.
Extreme drought leads to scarce food for the animals, so farmers are selling them.
Commissioner Roger Goodell said 'there's a lot of benefits' to adding two extra teams to the postseason.
For the final quarter, however, her Democratic challenger raised more money than Maine’s Republican senator.
The Department of Defense is looking for an East Coast base for anti-ballistic missiles.
Vitor Faverani and Vander Blue will play this weekend at the Portland Expo.
Don Crisman of Kennebunkport got free tickets for the first three Super Bowls, when prices ranged from $6 to $12.
At 28, he’ll be one of the youngest performers to take the stage, but has connected with fans of all ages.
He will serve as interim superintendent as the city finalizes its withdrawal from RSU 23.
Heather Steeves' story at MaineToday.com recounts how Three Tides brewpub in Belfast ran afoul of the law by letting customers know what they were drinking.
The American-born cross-country skiing couple make up the Caribbean nation’s team – the whole team.
A State Department report gives Obama political cover if he chooses to endorse the pipeline in spite of opposition from some Democrats and environmental groups.
Harold Bell, who is serving a 12-year sentence, suffered joint pain, headaches and chronic sleep deprivation because of the mattress.
A trustee expects a fund for victims of the Quebec train disaster to total in the hundreds of millions of dollars.
The girl is treated for second-degree burns at a Biddeford hospital.
The state has the third-lowest average auto insurance premium, according to a new report.
A court trustee says wrongful death cases, property damage and envionmental claims would draw from the same fund.
A federal law enforcement official says one of the mailings contained baking soda.
The 93-year-old company says it plans no layoffs of its 200 employees.
They lead the pack – for 23 years in a row – of breeds that Americans own, while the French bulldog is nipping on the heels of the top 10.
Under a proposed settlement, a bankruptcy court would handle disbursement of $15 million to compensate the 362 victims identified in two lawsuits.
Advertisers are in the game to win. The Super Bowl is advertising’s biggest showcase, with more than 108 million people expected to watch.
A Project Canopy grant will allow for trail improvements on two town-owned parcels of land.
New diagnoses have been inching up each year, led by some types of blood and lymphatic cancers.
She says she has written a letter to the family of her slain British roommate, Meredith Kercher, expressing sympathy for the continuing legal ordeal.
The image of the former congresswoman and presidential candidate is part of the U.S. Postal Service’s Black Heritage Series.
A Minn. craft brewery’s unusual delivery idea is shot down by FAA.
The Caribbean Princess was forced to return to port early, citing fog – not the illness – as a reason.
Investigators say the fire at the First Street house started in electrical wiring in the basement.
RollEase makes operating systems and accessories for window coverings, such as blinds.
The former Massachusetts governor and presidential candidate says he’s ‘not in favor’ of a bill to rename the rail hub the Michael S. Dukakis Transportation Center.
She said she’s tried to twerk privately in her bedroom and having to do it in public was humiliating.
She wrote the note and scouted for her brother-in-law, then called him from her cellphone and told him it was safe to commit the robbery.
Raffaele Sollecito’s lawyer said his client was in the area of Italy’s northeastern border because that’s where his current girlfriend lives.
Any snowmobile legally registered in any of the participating states is allowed on trails in all three states.
Damage prevents determination of Portland fire’s cause / Portland man charged over counterfeit $20 bills / Lewiston police looking for suspect in credit union robbery ... and more
Results of the third-party investigation were not immediately released because of concerns about confidential information that was not properly redacted.
A bill calls for remedies on the grounds that some franchisors’ contracts are unfair, but others disagree.
Nearly one-fifth of the nuclear force is taken out of commission.
The analysis details some of the benefits of immigration with its influx of a younger population.
Andrew R. Dolloff will resign as superintendent for RSU 21 and will begin his new job July 1.
A man files papers to demand that NASA do more to investigate the mysterious phenomenon.
A fee dispute over reinstalling cable in the Portland arena threatens to knock part of the annual basketball tournament off MPBN.
York County Community Action Corp. cites declining revenue in its arrangement with LogistiCare, which says it expects no service disruptions in the York region.
Three lawyers with a Portland firm could be disciplined for failing to take ‘reasonable’ actions.
Bath Iron Works cancels the museum’s program because too much work will be going on.
What, we can only wonder, does Paul Melanson have to say now?