The regulations could cost half a billion dollars a year and likely would save 3,000 lives yearly.
The regulation would have helped investigators identify the source of contaminated beef that sickened some Hannaford customers in 2011.
His guilty plea did not admit to crimes, but to the likelihood of being found guilty at trial.
They won in Missouri, Massachusetts and Florida. But until Friday night, the Black Bears hadn't figured out a way to win in their home state.
Rev. Caliandro grew up in Portland and served as a guest minister at several local churches.
The fines are among the largest ever levied on a campaign by the FEC and stem from a series of missing notices for nearly 1,200 contributions in the final days of the election.
Davis was an original member of the team when it was formed in 1960 as the Boston Patriots of the AFL.
Fresh on the heels of Vanity Fair's story on the alleged prostitution scandal in Kennebunk, "Boston" is offering its own take on the case.
Gun shows are one place where someone can buy a firearm without going through a criminal background check.
Megan Waterman was found dead on the side of a Long Island beach highway.
Prosecutors say an examination of Jacob Rogeski's computer found over 100 video files and 400 image files of child pornography.
The owner of the Wyman Power Station in Yarmouth has paid a $25,825, and an auto salvage company and boat owner will pay similar fines.
Public schools and health and human services will take the brunt since they account for most of the two-year budget.
More than 123 million pounds of lobsters were caught in 2012, but the value decreased amid a glut of soft-shelled lobster.
The Coast Guard evaluates requests to break ice on a case-by-case basis to help facilitate commerce and to ensure safe passageways for boaters.
Saco police say Jerry Lee Adams ran from officers and tried to hide a backpack containing drugs.
In less than a month, the city raises about $90,000 to save the Portland Community Free Health Clinic.
Six-month-old Gabriel Blaney was ejected from his car seat, soared 25 feet and landed in the snow.
A recall of contaminated ground beef sold at Hannaford stores in 2011 revealed gaps in the food safety system.
Prompted by a man who carried an assault rifle around Portland on Christmas Eve, chiefs from across the state will meet later this month.
The next chance comes with another Sandy bill the House will consider the week of Jan. 14.
Now that the report has been released, a state police panel will also be convened to conduct an internal review.
Sheila Hill-Christian of Richmond, Va., will fill a post left vacant by one of two assistant city managers.
The acquisition will add to Maine Manufacturing's life sciences product mix.
A Portland business owner rallies support for a counter-protest at Planned Parenthood.
The homeowner is a Newton police sergeant and the culprits' superior officer. He says he is handling the matter internally.
The author was a founding member of the National Organization for Women and is credited with creating the nation's first graduate program in women's history, in the 1970s in New York.
Attorneys for New England Compounding Center sent a letter to UniFirst Corp. demanding that it take legal responsibility for claims against the pharmacy.
Steven Gamache is the son of former World Boxing Association world champion Joey Gamache.
The Maine native, whose $9,150,000 bid beat out Starbucks Corp., says he wants to rescue the chain, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in October.
Blake Sandelin, 31, of Richmond, was arrested on charges of domestic violence assault, according to Richmond Police Chief Scott MacMaster.
The 47-year-old author of books including "Mystic River" and "Gone, Baby, Gone" is offering a monetary reward and has said he'll name a character in his next book after whoever finds Tessa.
Friday's daylong meeting at SAM's conference center in Augusta will start off with a review of 2012 issues by the executive director.
Thirty-year-old Joel Hayden of New Bedford, Mass., is charged in the deaths of Renee Sandora of New Gloucester and Trevor Mills, also of New Bedford.
The organization will warn about the U.N.'s Agenda 21 and the march toward a one-world government.
The city's aging schools have improvement plans, but parents need to weigh in, officials say.
His own party still chafing at the fiscal cliff deal, Speaker Boehner narrowly wins back his post.
The Mideast-based network expands its reach to air news in America, but tuning in may be difficult in Maine.
Investors hoping to open an eatery on York Street lose an appeal to the Zoning Board.
James M. Cameron will be tried again after a court overturned six of his child pornography convictions.
City official William Baker wants to develop its 'extraordinary environmental amenity.'