The low-speed chase starts in Falmouth and ends in front of the North Yarmouth Fire Station
The Yarmouth Water District faces fines and anger over its illegal demolition of a home built in the early 1800s.
The 10th annual event celebrates Portland's cultures with art, music and, of course, food.
The 19-year-old from Cape Elizabeth is charged with drunken driving and leaving the scene of an accident.
The proclamation celebrates Maine's lobstermen and this year's bountiful harvest.
Dana Vollmer wins in 55.98 seconds, beating the previous world mark by 0.08.
Part of Route 15 is shut down with no timetable when it will re-open.
Australia, coached by a South Portland High graduate, hangs tough before losing its Olympic opener.
Fruit from a farm in North Carolina may be tainted.
A survivor and top fundraiser in the Tri for a Cure receives added inspiration this year.
The $150,000 grant will be used to improve water quality in the Penobscot River and Little Alder Stream.
University President Rodney Erickson says a combination of funds, including the football program's financial reserves, will be used to pay the fine.
Apple lawyers argue there is almost no difference between Samsung's products and Apple's and that the South Korean company's internal documents show it copied Apple's iconic designs and its interface. Samsung denies these claims.
Kevin Durant scores 22 as the US pulls away to beat France, 98-71.
An Israeli official, however, says "Nothing in the article is correct."
The U.S. team, which include's Boothbay Harbor's Eleanor Logan, heads to the final on Thursday.
The 22-year-old UMaine senior fell from the Precipice Trail on Champlain Mountain.
In a post-World War II phenomenon, artists with wealth create foundations that foster even more art.
Mike Croteau of Newbury, N.H., gets recognition for 67 years of service – and he's not done yet.
The Maine senator and the political strategist Thomas Daffron share a long history of friendship and success.
For many artists with ties to Maine, the preservation of their life's work presents an ongoing challenge, 'a work in progress' – not unlike art itself.
A Cape Elizabeth lawyer and other choices for federal court have been in a holding pattern.
Simple concoction could change the way fish are anesthetized, making them easier to evaluate.
Real-life lessons and research guide treatment of overheated runners at the Beach to Beacon and Boston Marathon.