Amar Bose founded Bose Corp., a company known for the rich sound of its small tabletop radios and its noise-canceling headphones.
The iconic snack of the baby-boom generation arrives gradually in Maine stores, seven months after they disappeared.
Mari Jo Allen pleads guilty and will have to serve 20 months of a four-year prison sentence and pay restitution of $76,000.
In his 40 years of dairy farming in Vermont, Don Pouliot has never seen weather like this . . .
A spokesman for Sen. Susan Collins says she is 'happy representing the people of Maine” despite a whirlwind of speculation and rumors.
The Prues have been charged with luring Melissa Jenkins out of her home last year and killing her before dumping her naked body in the Connecticut River.
Hall said Friday that neither a recruiter, nor any member of the LePage administration, ever asked about the allegations before submitting L.D. 1503.
It was Mother's Day weekend 1982, and Michael Donahue stopped in at his wife's salon for a haircut . . .
Police confirmed Friday they dug up the grave of Albert DeSalvo in a bid to connect him to the death of the serial killer's last alleged victim.
The men are accused of posing as door-to-door home repair workers and pressuring the woman into writing a $2,600 check they then cashed at a local bank.
The large mower got stuck at mile 12, near the Falmouth-Cumberland line, at about 9:30 a.m.
With millions of dollars at stake, the Cumberland County Civic Center hires a firm to find a corporate sponsor 'who is trying to make a statement' in the Portland market.
The 'American Idol' winner will star in a production of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.'
The federal grant will help create the first comprehensive printed and searchable online dictionary of the endangered language of the Penobscot Indian Nation.
Patrice Bergeron was not only the Bruins' best two-way player this season, but one of the best in the entire NHL.
An organizer says Saturday's event will be postponed in part because of a problem with a distributor that was supposed to supply ammunition.
Rear Adm. Dixon Smith relieved Rear Adm. Tim Alexander as commander of Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.
The document details what police say Leanna Norris told them following the death of her 2-year-old daughter.
Under the new regulation, apple juice containing more than 10 parts per billion could be removed from the market and companies could face legal action.
U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, who worked closely with Napolitano, says she 'handled a very difficult job with great confidence.'
Police were called to the area near Tukey's Bridge by passers-by who discovered the body of a 45-year-old Portland man.
Meanwhile police confirm that one of the two Chinese teenagers killed was run over by a firetruck racing to the crash site.
Six female jurors must decide whether Zimmerman murdered or was defending himself against unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin.
The owners says he's closing down Park's Hardware because there's not much call for small neighborhood hardware stores anymore.
There are three different proposed designs for the four bridge towers to give the structure a more modern look.
A Syrian activist group says members of a merged group made up of al-Qaida's branches in Iraq and Syria were behind the shooting.
The NSA leaker has renewed his bid for Russian asylum, allegedly promising that he will stop sharing U.S. intelligence secrets if granted it.
At Maine representatives' request, they will inspect tracks of the Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway.
The toxins in some of the algae can cause skin irritation, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Meshael Alayban was arrested after a maid alleged she was held against her will and forced to work long hours.
When protesters arrive at the state Capitol today, dozens of extra police officers will be waiting. For those who break the rules, the Senate's leader has the authority to jail them for up to 48 hours.
The daylong symposium features sessions on tourism, erosion control, pollution and other beach-related topics, with the opening session focusing on Superstorm Sandy.
It will feature nearly 100 independent, international and Maine-made films and provide audiences a chance to talk with directors, writers, producers and others working behind the scenes.
It has little authority on safety and a shrinking spill-cleanup fund amid soaring oil shipments.
Bill Richards is the second member of the school board from Cumberland to quit in the last month.
A board of selectmen member says he had concerns about Swan's role in town road projects.
Believing it would help to keep the prisoner sane, his CIA captors authorized him to pursue the project.
Dayton woman dies when truck rolls over onto minivan / Osprey chicks doing well after falling from nest / Southport man arrested, held on burglary charge . . . and more news from around the state.
Bangor Savings Bank announces a major contribution to go with $75,000 that already has been raised.
Of the 100 films being shown this year, about 80 are digital instead of 35 mm.
More than a half-dozen co-working facilities have opened in Greater Portland since January 2011.
Two citizen groups cite a Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram series as the basis for an investigation.
In an unusual arrangement, Theodor Short will serve as police chief for the towns of Eliot and Kittery.
If an unsafe tank car carrying oil along Maine's rail lines crashed, we'd have an environmental catastrophe on our hands.
The group wins a $1.7 million U.S. Veterans Affairs grant to expand its program to the entire state.