Ray Richardson has $41,500 in pledges to help replace the lights at the high school stadium.
As former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez sits in a private cell, a portrait is emerging of a man who was familiar with talking to police.
Gov. LePage lets the industry-backed recycling bill become law despite his opposition to a new fee.
At issue is a state law that says starting next year, individuals and businesses with up to 50 employees have to get their health insurance through a state exchange.
William Shea worked with Bulger to build a booming cocaine-dealing business, Shea testified Tuesday at Bulger's trial.
The governor makes his announcement at a fundraiser with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, after saying last month he may run for Congress instead.
The requirement – that many companies provide coverage for their workers or face fines – is put off until 2015 after companies said they needed more time to implement it.
The law, which takes effect in 2016, will prohibit the use of lead-weighted hooks known as jigs.
David Buckley, 29, was last seen on Route 202 near Hollis.
Central Maine HealthCare, which wouldn't be in Anthem's network, says Anthem's proposal underestimates the driving time to doctors in central and western Maine.
Among the specific requirements now required is weekly face-to-face time between students and instructors.
Assessed value was at issue in a case that could have cost South Portland as much as $4 million.
James Parks of Southampton is accused of having a relationship with a girl, now 15, since she was in sixth grade.
First-time offenders will be able to cut their license suspensions to 30 days if they agree to a device that locks the ignition if they’re drunk.
A survey shows the percentage of wives who cheat on their husbands has risen nearly 40 percent in the last two decades, but more men than women still admit to extramarital affairs.
Calais resident David J. Mitchell will serve as a District Court judge and Judge John V. Romei will serve as an active retired District Court judge.
Mourners pack a memorial service for the 19 firefighters who died Sunday.
'I'm pretty much damned in this world and the next. ... I don't deserve (forgiveness),' Wade Hoover, 35, tells the judge.
Some of the bloodiest fighting occurred exactly 150 years ago Tuesday at The Wheatfield, Devil's Den and Little Round Top.
The governor's vetoes are well-documented but he has also endorsed many new, lower-profile initiatives.
George Zimmerman claims he fatally shot unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin because Martin attacked him.
France and Portugal refuse to let the plane, headed home from Russia, cross their airspace, which causes Bolivia to lash out at America.
The fiery crash could cost Russia a share of the satellite launch market and further tensions with Kazakhstan over the site of Russia's cosmodrome.
Boston police have asked authorities in Aaron Hernandez's hometown for their help with a double murder investigation linked to the former New England Patriots star.
A museum official describes the exhibit on the soul diva, who came from a close-knit Jewish family and died at the age of 27, as an attempt to illuminate the 'person behind the hype.'
An analyst predicts that dealers sold cars and trucks at an annualized rate of 15.7 million last month, the best rate since December 2007.
John Paul may be canonized together with Pope John XXIII, who called the Second Vatican Council but died in 1963 before it was finished.
The crash at Mile 42 has been cleared and northbound traffic is moving on the Maine Turnpike in Scarborough.
Matthew Jepsen, 29, of Augusta, and Robert Lonnie Dixon, 34, and Kenneth Floyd, 21, both of the Bronx, were arrested Monday in a Glenridge Drive apartment search that netted $1,700 worth of crack cocaine and $8,192 in cash, according to police.
Two other passengers suffer minor injuries when a sport utility vehicle hits a parked pickup truck.
President Obama and former President George W. Bush observed a moment of silence together at a monument to victims of the 1998 embassy bombing here in the east African city where Bush coincidentally happened to be as Obama wrapped up a weeklong tour of Africa.
Harpswell Coastal Academy is scheduled to open in the fall with 60 students in grades 6 and 9.
The agricultural spending bill goes down in defeat after conservative groups demand deeper cuts to food-stamp programs.
Christina Thomas of New Durham had been a primary caretaker for a 6-year-old boy who at one point weighed just 23 pounds.
Police on Monday identified the victims of the Sunday evening crash as 40-year-old Jason Emerson and 36-year-old Elizabeth Gould of Bangor.
Maine Chief Justice Leigh Saufley is the seventh winner of the annual award given by USM's Jean Byers Sampson Center for Diversity in Maine.
Businesses and environmentalists say Maine should endorse President Obama's climate-change plan to help protect the state's most important fishery.
The victim, 60-year-old Sam Chapman, owned Chapman's Tree Services and was also an avid golfer and a popular local songwriter.
Maine inmate accused of punching officer / Kayaker rescued off the coast of Falmouth / LePage directing $100,000 to domestic violence group ... and more news from around the state.
Egypt's military threatened Monday to step in within 48 hours to resolve the political crisis that has ground this country to a dangerous, months-long standstill.
Tourism officials expecting 1% rise in summer visitors / Lawmakers OK fund to help bomb victims who lost limbs ... and more news from around the region.
Former Sen. Snowe says she'll lend her name to the Tuesday night campaign event, but will be unable to attend.
But Republicans and the Department of Education signal the bill faces an uphill battle.
The young man was scheduled to fly Sunday from Portland to Washington state for a month-long training session.
Scarborough drafts a plan to respect crash victims' families while protecting public safety, but critics oppose it.