Marc Fucarile, who lost his right leg above the knee, has endured 49 surgical procedures.
The ship was some 4,300 feet below the surface and contained muskets, swords, cannons and clothing.
A well-known travel advisor and local businessman will fill the post while a national search is conducted.
Jason Cote, 22, is accused of bludgeoning a man to death in Detroit last week, but police release few details.
Stephen 'The Rifleman' Flemmi admits he lied in court testimony years ago.
The close vote is unlikely to be the final word on government surveillance as a means to defend the nation and Americans' civil liberties.
The governor will also meet with the Quebec town's mayor and says it's 'important for Maine to support our northern neighbors during this time of need.'
Maine Technology Institute said the awards include $1.4 million in development loans, $214,936 in seed grants and $46,741 in TechStart grants.
The boy, known as Patrick, has leukemia. He's the son of a Secret Service agent close to the Bush family.
A new engine will be stationed at the Rosemont neighborhood station, allowing an older ladder truck to shift to the island.
The crash occurred on high-speed tracks near a train station in the northwestern portion of the country.
If confirmed, she would be the first woman to serve as U.S. envoy to the Asian nation.
Based on a psychological evaluation, Abdi Ibrahim will be transferred while he awaits trial, a judge rules.
But he says citizens are more likely interested in the challenges they face than anything embarrassing he's done in his past.
The department’s current regional administrator for central Maine is appointed to head the medium security prison.
Daisy, a 4-year-old Jack Russell/dachshund mix, finds the snake outside the frat house from which it escaped last week.
'A young man lost his life, his family has suffered a tragic loss. There's no way to understate that,' the coach says.
David Hunt, who was admitted to the Maine Bar in 1981, agreed to the suspension imposed by the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar.
Prince William and his wife Kate introduce the newborn to great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, and spend "private and quiet time for them to get to know their son."
The City Council must approve the referendum, which could be held as early as August.
She testifies in her fraud trial that she signed papers related to her husband's business without reading them.
The postal service has already switched to curbside or neighborhood cluster box service for some newly built homes.
Marc Fucarile lost his right leg and suffered severe burns and shrapnel wounds when the second of two bombs exploded near him at the finish line.
Bowdoin and Colby College were the only schools in Maine ranked in the top 100.
The judge also orders the release of arrest and search warrants in the high-profile case.
Maine's Department of Health and Human Services says there are no plans to market or advertise the Affordable Care Act.
The average statewide price for heating oil is up three cents from last week and up six cents from two weeks ago.
The defendant denies the attack escalated to the level of attempted murder and elevated aggravated assault.
Justin Perillo, senior tight end for the Black Bears, is named to the preseason All-CAA first team.
The new report based on listings culled from online social media sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn tracks recent employment and hiring activity in the state.
Advisers say some of his speeches in the upcoming weeks will contain specific policy proposals.
The victims, who had just been rescued from a state park, were able to call 911 as their vehicle sank but couldn’t be found in time.
Edward Snowden has been trapped in the transit zone of Moscow's airport since June 23.
The arrests were a 'spinoff' from an earlier theft at Cumberland Farms, police said.
Just hours into Monday's trek, 27-year-old Elisabeth Bervel died of cardiac arrest, becoming the third hiker in a month to succumb to the brutal heat and disorienting open country near the Utah-Arizona border.
A probable cause hearing for the former New England Patriots tight end, who is accused of murder, is delayed.
Police have not yet talked to the boy, so they're not quite sure what happened. They suspect it was a hit-and-run.
James Barnes of Wells was arrested in New Hampshire after police say they conducted a controlled delivery of the marijuana to him.
The president of the Maine Sheriffs' Association says upping the limit to 72 hours would potentially cause a civil rights violation and exacerbate jail crowding.
The DEP is taking comments and answering questions on its analysis of an eight-turbine wind farm being proposed in the town of Canton.
So many starfish have died from the illness that researchers are having a hard time finding specimens to study.
On Monday, archaeologists found coins, buttons and a cannon ball, among other items.
But some Democratic lawmakers are concerned the plan would lower rates initially, but allow higher rates later.
To avoid paying for coverage, employers push workers just below the 'full-time' threshold.
Mr. Wallace was also a loving husband and a volunteer for the Westbrook Fire Department for 22 years.
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The practice is common in South Portland, Scarborough and Yarmouth, but officials say it's safe and response crews are well-trained.
Survey: Higher learning is prized as an investment, but parents and scholars often shoulder hefty financial burdens in its pursuit.
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Tony-award winner Christopher Akerlind says he's grateful to be back in Portland, working for PORTopera.
The Pierce Atwood law firm receives city approval to lease part of their space to a restaurant and other non-marine uses.