The Warden Service got a 911 call about 7 p.m. Sunday that a boat was in the water going in circles.
In 30 days, it will be illegal for anyone to loiter in the city's street medians for any reason, including panhandling.
Michael Boatwright, 61, is convinced his name is Johan Ek, and has no memory of his past.
The former handyman, who is serving a life sentence, confesses he killed a boy, 16, in Massachusetts in 1992.
The victim, who began cooperating with the FBI in 1982, was gunned down a few months later.
Female jurors can be sympathetic to victims and tough on accused gunmen — at least those are the stereotypes court observers describe.
The expensive flops are gone. So is the misfit manager. And the Boston Red Sox are winning again.
Town officials say policy regarding posts on Twitter, Facebook and other social media is to keep employees from insulting each other and the town.
An unnamed juror – who felt Trayvon Martin threw the first punch – reveals that detail and others in her first interview.
Anthony Pratt of New York stands accused of killing a Westbrook woman last November.
Nearly 70 years after Jackie Robinson was run out of town, Sanford is absorbing what some see as another blow to race relations . . .
They say marijuana is safer and less addictive than alcohol and that current law disproportionately affects black people.
So far, 37 bodies have been recovered and 13 remain missing after the July 6 train derailment and fire.
The federal review will start less than two weeks after a train disaster in Lac-Megantic killed 50 people and devastated an entire town.
The grants are designed to help states offer one-on-one counseling to those receiving unemployment benefits.
The Maine product gets some screen time in Adam Sandler's new movie 'Grown Ups 2.'
Her lawyers say they will appeal her conviction, a move that is expected to delay deportation proceedings.
One is the owner of the Musi-Cafe bar, where many died in the July 6 disaster.
The 30-year-old man died after jumping from a railroad trestle in Conway, N.H., on Saturday.
Harvey, who will face Detroit's Max Scherzer, will be the first pitcher from the host team to start an All-Star game since Houston's Roger Clemens in 2004 and just the 11th overall.
Gary S. Wallace, 46, was arrested for domestic violence assault, domestic violence terrorizing, criminal mischief, burglary and refusing to submit to arrest.
A dispatcher at the state Department of Public Safety said the search began Sunday at about 7 p.m.
Word puzzle fans from around the country will be heading to Maine in 2014, as well as puzzle celebrities like Will Shortz of The New York Times.
The district is now the third to say Gov. LePage is not correct by claiming uniformed military recruits are being barred from certain schools.
Jon P. Andrews, 58, of Augusta, a former hazardous materials cleanup specialist for the state, has been cleared of a charge of tampering with public records.
Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett was accused of withholding evidence in a rape trial and interfering with subpoenas.
Voters will fill the seat left vacant by Seth Goodall's departure to be regional administrator of the Small Business Administration.
Rowe, wife of former Maine Attorney General Steve Rowe, lived a caring, adventurous life.
Bush apparently was visiting the family compound in Kennebunkport on the weekend before heading to Washington, D.C. for a high-profile event.
U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud and independent Eliot Cutler post significant totals in finance reports, while LePage fundraising lags.
The driver, a 53-year-old Brunswick man, had to be extricated by firefighters.
The grounding affected about one-third of active-duty combat craft, including squadrons of fighters, bombers, and airborne warning and control craft.
The former agent told jurors Monday that Edward "Brian" Halloran had agreed to testify against Bulger, hoping he could get help on a murder charge he faced.
Working tends to keep people physically active, socially connected and mentally challenged – all things known to help prevent mental decline.
Cumberland County sheriff's deputies responded to the rollover involving a Poland Spring truck just after 6:30 a.m.
Justin DiPietro, who was caring for Ayla Reynolds when she disappeared in 2011, is free on bail.
Residents are now paying an average of $3.69 per gallon, 7 cents above the national average.
Prosecutors say Dennis Meaney fired buckshot into the rear of a pickup truck leaving his property in January.
The documents 'would allow somebody who read them to know exactly how the NSA does what it does, which would in turn allow them to evade that surveillance or replicate it.'
Researchers are designing robots that use advanced sensors, powerful computing, electronics, computer vision, networking and high precision GPS.
Police Chief Michael Sauschuck says it's only a matter of time before someone gets hurt or killed.
The man was taking pictures of a window in Kerry's house, according to a Kerry spokesman.
A report presented to trustees, who meet today in Bangor, indicates about 200,000 Maine adults fall in that category.
Amid all the fighting in Washington, President Obama took time Monday to honor a volunteer service award George H.W. Bush created 24 years ago.
A duo from Maine invented a way for regional airports to record radio transmissions.
But as the FBI reviews evidence, there may not be a sufficient racial element to warrant a federal case.
Colby's new Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion with its prized Lunder Collection opens to the public.
The Boothbay peninsula will be a testing ground for innovative ways to keep its single transmission line from overloading.
But officials for Florence House say their policy is to accept people as they present themselves.
The Franklin Community Health Network says $15.4 million will help pay its mortgage and pay for new technology.
The founder of Guns 'N Hoses Pipes and Drums of Maine says fallen heroes deserve bagpipe tributes.
Petitioners ask the town not to demolish the island building, but there are obstacles.