The governor's fundraising is on pace with Eliot Cutler's and Mike Michaud's, although Michaud has raised his money in a much shorter period of time.
Charges against Carole Swan include income tax falsification, lying on forms to collect federal workers' compensation and defrauding a program receiving federal money.
The company says that the posting of bids online gave unfair advantage to its competitor.
The world's largest beverage maker blames a confluence of factors Tuesday including unusually bad weather for its second-quarter results.
Liz Cheney will run against Wyoming's senior U.S. senator in next year's Republican primary, her campaign said Tuesday.
After a prisoner admits to killing a teenager 21 years ago, police divers look for evidence.
British Open champions at Muirfield are more likely to be found on a ballot for the Hall of Fame than the bottom of a betting sheet, which could bode well for Tiger Woods this week.
A businessman says, 'I was sufficiently scared' when the gun 'was pointed in my stomach and groin.'
'There is no evidence to suggest Mr. Monteith's death was anything other than a most tragic accident,' the office said in a statement.
At approximately 10 a.m. Monday, a witness saw a dog – walking with its owner – attack a piping plover nest and kill one of the chicks.
William Witt, 66, was a Vietnam War veteran and a 'wonderful person' who loved motorcycles and cars.
The reductions, beginning in 2015, will apply to Pentagon headquarters offices of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and others.
Bath police and firefighters responded Sunday night to a call for a fire in a dumpster at the YMCA. A search in woods nearby located 21-year-old Allan Vigil.
Heavy rain caused flash flooding, washed out roads and evacuated homes throughout the western part of the state from June 26 to July 3.
Brian Morin is charged along with Bryan Wood in the May 6 fire that left about 200 people homeless.
The town plans a celebration for a special postmark that features a Maine painter.
Journalists are also allowed their first close-up view of the disaster, where charred oil tankers are still steaming 10 days later.
Prosecutors say Kathryn McDonough lied when she told investigators she had no contact with Elizabeth 'Lizzi' Marriott the day they say the UNH student was strangled or suffocated.
Diplomatic security chief Gregory Starr says problems include improper blast walls and insufficient setback from public streets.
Mainers are asked to conserve as energy use nears a record during a hot week, and as air conditioners get scarce in stores.
The ship appeared to be transporting illegal missile-system parts from Cuba to North Korea, which would violate a United Nations embargo.
Former Chelsea selectwoman is on trial for multiple counts of fraud, including taking federal benefits because she couldn't work while she was collecting income from other sources.
Snowden argues in his application that he fears "he could be subjected to torture and capital punishment" in the U.S., according to lawyer Anatoly Kucherena.
The agreement would not resolve deep partisan divisions over the future use of filibusters to block a president's executive nominees, said officials on both sides.
Measures of customer traffic, current sales conditions and builders' outlook for single-family home sales over the next six months vaulted to their highest levels in at least seven years.
Prosecutors say 34-year-old Michael Barnes and two other people were stopped in a vehicle in 2011 and found to be in possession of 160 counterfeit cards.
Chris Cassidy and another astronaut were performing some cable work and other maintenance chores when a helmet leak occurred.
The shark spotted Sunday within 100 feet of the beach was about 15 feet long.
Michael Solimando described terrifying moments in 1982 when he said Bulger held a handgun to his face, then pushed a machine gun to his groin.
Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are seeking to add a death penalty expert to the defense team.
At issue is who should pay the $2.4 million cost of repairs to the bridge that was hit by a tanker in April.
Dr. Anthony Garcia, 40, is being held in Illinois on suspicion of four counts of first-degree murder and four counts of using a weapon to commit a felony.
Jodi Arias was convicted of first-degree murder May 8 in the stabbing and shooting death of Travis Alexander in his suburban Phoenix home.
The state says there were 114 workers' compensation claims in Maine last year from ladder fall injuries that caused people to miss at least a day of work.
Recipients include the Southern Maine Regional Planning Commission and Maine Department of Economic and Community Development.
Defending champion John Hickson is one of 18 professional golfers vying for the trophy and a share of $7,000 in prize money.
The property includes the 36-room inn, a 15-room lodge, an 18-bed employee wing and an owner-manager apartment.
Charlene McKeen, 80, was a passenger in a vehicle driven by another 80-year-old woman.
Summer demand and Egypt unrest push the state's average price well above the national level, and it could jump another 25 to 30 cents.
Yarmouth man pleads guilty to child porn / Motorcyclist killed in crash with truck / Retired Maine worker cleared of records tampering ... and more news from around the state.
The annual survey of 1,137 physicians' offices in Massachusetts also shows wait times remain long.
College worker hurt in fall from window / Boston bomb suspect requests death penalty expert / As heat continues, region nears record for power use ... and more news from around the state.
Voters will decide Nov. 5 whether to OK possession of 2.5 ounces by adults older than 21.
Researchers devise a possible breakthrough for electronics and pharmaceutical industries.
'You're not fooling anybody,' the ex-Chelsea town manager allegedly told Carole Swan.