A film festival audience in Waterville watches a brief clip from 'Hermythology,' a documentary-in-progress.
The displays may distract drivers, but a Scarborough official says it's more important not to add to the families' grief.
Cuban pitcher Misael Siverio told a Spanish-language newspaper he has defected to the United States and is going to try to make it to the major leagues.
The deal would offer students lower interest rates through the 2015 academic year, but then rates would likely climb back up.
The Maine Gambling Control Board signs off on the $160 million deal, the company says.
Bulger's alleged partner, Stephen "The Rifleman" Flemmi, is scheduled to testify Thursday — nearly 20 years after they last saw each other.
The fact that Dzhokhar was young, handsome and well-assimilated 'makes it all the more important for us to examine ... how a tragedy like this happens,' the magazine says.
Maine is among the states that limit how long plate information can be stored, but scanner activity is increasing everywhere.
Shawn Verrill of South Berwick pleaded guilty to supplying the Suboxone that led to the death of Miles Malone of New Hampshire.
The request comes after an unattended train carrying crude oil rolled away, crashed and exploded in Quebec, killing 50 people.
John Emery went on an extended leave two days after the December incident and resigned for personal reasons in March.
Keith Olbermann, the sportscaster-turned-political commentator, will return to ESPN with a new nightly sports show airing at 11 p.m.
A news release says the event will feature performers but doesn't give a specific location.
The votes are a chance to score political points, but the legislation won't get past the Democratic-controlled Senate.
Experts said Cuba's participation in the clandestine arms network was a puzzling move that promised little military payoff considering the risks.
The Shops at Oak Hill will be anchored by a 40,000-square-foot grocery store.
The heat index in some places soars beyond 100 as humidity worsens conditions.
Similar weather conditions are expected to last throughout the week.
Housing construction and home prices improved, while consumer spending increased in most districts, fueled by rising car and truck sales.
Peter Robinson was convicted of manslaughter in the November 2011 death of a 71-year-old man.
A Department of Homeland Security proposal to study such a fee dies as part of a budget proposal.
A game warden says he is working with authorities to decide what, if any, charges should be brought in the attack at Pine Point Beach.
Police say Sierra McGraw of Farmington suffered minor injuries after a tractor-trailer hit a manhole cover, propelling it into the car windshield.
Montreal, Maine & Atlantic lays off 79 workers after the Quebec crash severed Maine from its network and business dropped.
As many as 40 people may have been involved, splitting into smaller groups and reforming as they looted people nearby, says a police official.
Girls and women are more likely to suffer concussions than boys and men in sports such as soccer, basketball, and baseball or softball, and they take take longer to heal, according to doctors and medical researchers.
A vote on new rules was removed from the agenda because the plan caused 'concern and grief' for people in the community, according to a town official.
Police detectives arrested Percy Cartwright of Bangor at the Dorothea Dix Psychiatric Center.
Several retailers, including CVS, Cumberland Farms and Walgreens say they will not carry the magazine in their stores.
Residents may welcome it but some lawmakers are skeptical of a system that has a dismal test record.
Deputies say the ATV may have been driven wihout headlights, and it is uncertain who was driving at the time of the crash.
Robert Kennedy Jr. says in a posting on NOAA's website that he and his brother now realize that what they did was 'pretty risky.'
In a CNN interview, Juror B37 said she did not believe George Zimmerman followed Trayvon Martin because of his race and that she believed Martin struck Zimmerman first.
A military component distributor from Methuen, Mass., has pleaded not guilty to conspiracy, fraud and trafficking in counterfeit goods.
The House, for the 38th time, is attempting to delay provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
He says too many jails are in disrepair, warehousing inmates who are more dangerous than before, and staffed by guards with low morale.
Police say Wendy Wright, 33, induced her children, ages 6 and 7, to consume the chemical on June 18 at their home.
Ariel Castro, 53, has been jailed since his arrest on May 6 shortly after the three women he had allegedly held for a decade in his home escaped to freedom.
Dana Wilson, 62, was found guilty in May of possessing child porn.
Unlike the Keystone project, which crosses an international border and requires State Department approval, the proposed pipeline has attracted little public attention.
The NSA leaker has applied for temporary asylum in Russia, three weeks after arriving at a Moscow airport from Hong Kong.
Nathan Morton of Greene is charged with murder in connection with the April killing of Romeo Parent.
The governor will tour the battlefield with the Maine and Alabama National Guard and take part in a ceremony at Little Round Top.
Both works-in-progress are based on true stories of the Maine woods.
Marine Resources Commissioner Patrick Keliher is hosting a meeting Wednesday at Scarborough High School.
The attorney general tells the NAACP such laws 'senselessly expand the concept of self-defense.'
'It's probably the world's worst name,' says one local enthusiast. 'But it's one of the most fun games you could ask for.'
Maine's 1st District congresswoman went from giving to fellow politicians about $180 a year to about $67,000 a year.
The ACLU is considering legal action against Portland for infringing on First Amendment rights.
Elderly woman dies of injuries from Saturday crash / Maine man pleads not guilty to Lewiston arsons / Historic lakeside inn heads for auction block ... and more news from around the state.
The city the rest of Maine loves to hate is about to give a whole new meaning to "The Way Life Should Be."
Chairs show up weeks in advance along the route in a Yarmouth ritual that's both serious and comical.
U.S. officials won't release the results as they prepare for a more thorough look this week sparked by a deadly crash in Quebec.
But some question the motives and methodology behind U.S. News and World Report's work.
'We tend to associate New England with quiet stretches of beach, but the boardwalk in Old Orchard Beach is an exception,' Fox News writes.
A rare huddle yields some confirmation of President Obama's nominees and preservation of the existing filibuster rules.