Police say a search of the men's home turns up crack, marijuana and psychedelic mushrooms.
But even in that setting, in the farthest reaches of the city, he couldn't escape his latest sexting scandal.
Saco completes a rebound from the losers' bracket and is headed to the Eastern regional in Connecticut.
The protected bird dies of an infection after being hit by a shotgun blast.
His future with the New England Patriots, if he has one, may depend on versatility rather than his questionable quarterbacking skills.
A married couple accidentally threw away the winning ticket before digging it out of the trash.
Matthew Dyer, a Lewiston attorney, was attacked while camping in Torngat Mountains National Park in Canada.
The governor pledges state financial support for re-establishing Portland-to-Nova Scotia service if a Maine firm is selected.
He says he's proud of his son for sharing 'the truth with the American people.'
The most serious charge Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, 25, faces is aiding the enemy, which carries a potential life sentence.
White House spokesman Jay Carney says the Obama administration wants Congress to support Obama's efforts to close the prison.
Crews are busy cleaning the statue's shins, chair and base, as well as on the floor of the memorial building.
Research will provide stronger data to use when deciding whether to close beaches, shellfish beds.
The Passamaquoddy are hoping for a local election instead of a statewide one.
Researchers concluded that a woman’s cancer risk increased 13 percent with every 4 inches of height.
Only around 2 percent of imported food is inspected by the government when it enters.
Struggling with a deadline crunch, some states are delaying online tools that could make it easier for consumers to find the right plan when the markets go live on Oct. 1.
Carole Swan, a former selectwoman, is charged with 10 counts of fraud.
Ernest Wallace is accused of being an accessory after the fact to murder in connection with Odin Lloyd's killing.
In an effort to secure the fugitive's return, the U.S. attorney general makes assurances to Russia.
None of the employees or customers are injured after everyone is ordered to get down on the floor.
The committee similarly takes more time on investigations for three other members of Congress, including John Tierney, D-Mass.
The attorney says 13-year-old Brody Covey was not read his Miranda rights until more than an hour and 45 minutes into an interview with a Lewiston detective.
The Scarborough man takes the stand to say that he struck a woman but wasn't trying to kill her.
Despite being born with cystic fibrosis, she became an accomplished athlete and musician and gained national attention in an Affordable Care Act video.
Ariel Castro pleads guilty to imprisoning three women in his home for more than a decade in Cleveland.
The Warden Service is looking for a 66-year-old woman who was hiking the Appalachian Trail.
19-year-old Christopher Kipouras turns himself in following a complaint filed by a woman working on a film crew at the student's fraternity house.
Cmdr. Sean Kearns takes over command of the world's oldest commissioned warship still afloat.
Prosecutors say the former bus driver molested the girl when she was between 4 and 8 years old.
Federal, Maine and New York law enforcement authorities apprehended Michael Faison in the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant in Auburn.
The decision issued Thursday is one of the first legal reverberations of the Supreme Court's decision striking down part of the Defense of Marriage Act.
A pickup truck and boat were set on fire and several houses were vandalized on a road near Echo Lake, police say.
Jason Cote, 22, enters no plea in court Friday to charges he bludgeoned 47-year-old Ricky Cole to death on July 18.
Investigators, meanwhile, have taken possession of the 'black boxes' of the train, which hurtled at high speed along a curve and derailed on Wednesday.
Bystanders rescued one; two others were rescued about 75 yards offshore.
Sebastian Moody faces charges of hindering apprehension or prosecution in connection with the April killing of Romeo Parent of Greene.
Dr. Robert Ferrante is accused of giving the deadly poison to his wife, Dr. Autumn Klein. She died on April 20.
The prosecution's final witness details the capture of the reputed Boston gang leader.
Rally cars feature a driver and navigator who race against the clock on dirt roads.
One of Maine's largest, it draws 60,000 to 70,000 people each year.
A last-minute donation means the sports stadium lights should be up and running by this fall.
A Portland man loses his second appeal of a conviction that he deliberately smeared his feces inside a U.S. District courthouse.
Ronald Ahlquist says tighter rules would protect endangered birds, one of which was killed by an unleashed dog last week.
Kathryn McDonough is sentenced for her role in the death of a University of New Hampshire sophomore.
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But her bill does not provide any funding for a new office in the Federal Trade Commission.
Opponents of tar sands oil flowing into South Portland have awakened a powerful foe: an industry that says a pre-emptive city ordinance threatens its existing regional investment.
School officials and parents had urged the Finance Committee to set an earlier date in hopes of renovating three elementary schools.
The four Russian nationals and a Ukrainian are accused of stealing millions from major corporations.
Rick Bennett's election comes, as he put it, at 'a very interesting time to be a Republican in Maine and probably across the nation.'