A government spokesman says that Pan-Am Railways failed to report oil volume for April and May.
The Red Sox slugger now owns the all-time record for hits by a designated hitter.
A complaint registry goes live online on the day a Portland hearing is held on industry practices.
The bodies are those of people Bulger is accused of killing, a former state forensics expert testifies.
The threat of federal charges follows a 2012 theft spike in Maine; cheaper heroin may help slow the 2013 pace.
Local scientists are excited about their promising research on eliminating breast tumors.
Ski resorts aren't the only firms willing to pay for more guards and faster crossings.
The 54-year-old country music star underwent surgery Wednesday night to try to relieve pressure on his brain.
The driver of the Ford Taurus was trying to avoid a deer, he says.
The former Chelsea selectwoman and her husband underreported business income by $670,000, the prosecution says.
The virus has killed piglets in 15 states at an alarming rate in facilities where it has been reported.
Joshua Grant allegedly tattooed the girls at a Scarborough motel, and is also charged with furnishing drugs and liquor to a minor.
Tuukka Rask turned an outstanding first season as the Boston Bruins' No. 1 goalie into a long-term commitment on Wednesday.
Bryan Wood and Brian Morin will each face three counts of arson.
The teen driver and his license examiner have to be taken to a local hospital following a crash on Route 236.
Karmo Sanders, who has portrayed slightly crazy Maine shopper Birdie Googins in Marden’s ads for five years, says the Maine chain has decided to no longer use her.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determines the death was a suicide.
The ski area had its best year to date after a price drop last winter but still projected an $80,000 loss.
Last week Poliquin said others had approached him about taking the job, and that he was considering it.
Bridges of Maine allegedly billed MaineCare for services provided by a former licensed social worker who had been excluded from participating in federal health care programs.
Members of the Wells Fire Department are at the store and it will be closed for the duration of the incident.
Sen. Troy Jackson of Allagash replaces Seth Goodall, who has been tapped to serve as regional administrator of the SBA.
It's the first time the 2012 Republican presidential nominee will headline a political fundraiser since his November loss.
The grant funding is targeted at signing people up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Lawmakers hope to strike a deal to keep interest rates low, but Democrats can't muster 60 votes for the current proposal to overcome a Republican filibuster.
But critics say L.L. Bean and 16 other retailers fall short in the plan negotiated by two former Maine senators.
As total deaths hit 50, Quebec Premier Pauline Marois arrives to tour the disaster site.
Police recovered all but one of the items stolen from two sheds and a car.
Jurors could begin deliberating as early as Friday about whether George Zimmerman murdered the unarmed Florida teenager.
The 74-year-old Heinz Kerry was hospitalized after becoming ill Sunday on the Massachusetts island of Nantucket, where the couple owns a home.
Edward F. Davis III tells a Senate panel that cellphone service immediately after the Boston Marathon bombings was "completely useless" as a means of communication at the scene.
Former Chelsea Selectwoman Carole Swan and her husband made a lot of money but didn’t pay taxes from 2006 to 2010, according to testimony on day 3 of her fraud trial.
She says the 'evidence is overwhelming' that Apple conspired to eliminate Amazon.com's popular $9.99 price for e-books.
The view predominated among almost every group of respondents broken down by party, gender, income, education and age.
A special election will be held for Senate District 19, which covers Sagadahoc County and the town of Dresden.
Li Rong Zhang was found not guilty by reason of insanity.
'This raw film clip may be the first motion picture images of the president in his wheelchair, and it was never meant to be shown to the world,' says Ray Begovich, the journalism professor who found the clip.
The Islamist leaders are suspected of inciting the violence outside the Republican Guard building in Cairo on Monday that left 54 people dead.
The X-47B experimental aircraft will take off from a naval air station in Maryland before approaching the USS George H.W. Bush, which is operating off the coast of Virginia.
The helicopter was just above tree level on July 3 following signals from a bear's tracking collar when it went down.
Supporters say town is closer to the Franklin County seat than to the Androscoggin County seat and it would save money transporting criminal defendants to and from jails and courts.
The former college student appeared nonchalant, almost bored, during the hearing, only repeatedly speaking two words: 'Not guilty.'
The federal agency was formed in 2010 and works to make consumer finance rules more effective by enforcing those rules and educating the public.
Lewiston police spotted Daniel Fowler running and carrying what looked like a bag with a barrel of a gun sticking out of it last July.
Boston hit five home runs Tuesday night, and the bullpen came through to beat Seattle.
Town official charged with threatening police officers / Teenager saved life of boy who fell in river / School bus carrying campers crashes ... and more news from around the state.
Mr. Bouchard grew up in Madawaska, the second-youngest of 12 children.
The town seems ready to hire a consultant to work on a hypothetical budget as it considers secession.
Despite financial problems, Maine Medical Center will undertake a $40 million project on its main campus.
Expanding capacity is 'a very high priority,' the marine resources commissioner says.
Gov. Paul LePage shot down an unprecedented 83 bills during this year's session, and only five were overturned.
Backyard Farms, which produces 27 million pounds of tomatoes a year, says an infestation will force the company to destroy its half-a-million plants and start over.
The president's removal casts doubt on whether Arab Spring ideals are right for the region, given the array of forces there.
The 14-bedroom cottage, built around 1930 by the master architect Charles Ewing, was open to the public for the first time Tuesday.
Jon Manasse has made a career out of playing his clarinet; now he's passing those skills on.
As the fraud trial of former selectwoman Carole Swan continues, an IRS official tells of her tax filings.
Former White House chief of staff John H. Sununu helps uncover the possible fraud.