The Maine native and ex-fighter pilot, who influenced millions of people, believed a world with no nations meant a world with no war.
Adam Goodwin, 37, of Scarborough could get 20 years in prison for his role in distributing oxycodone.
The Glock that police believe was used to murder Odin Lloyd remains missing.
They say time could be running out as they look for any sign of Geraldine Largay, 66, of Tennessee.
Robert Fitzpatrick is the first defense witness to testify in the trial of 'Whitey' Bulger, who allegedly led the Winter Hill Gang in Boston.
A thunderstorm with heavy rain had just passed through the Route 302 area when a pipe broke.
The rulings follow a U.S. Supreme Court decision that mandatory life sentences without parole for juveniles is unconstitutional.
The North Carolina man, 54, appears to have died of natural causes, officials say.
Authorities say the 44-year-old apparently drowned at a lake northeast of Phoenix.
Monday's 93-1 vote put Comey in line to succeed Robert Mueller, who is stepping down after 12 years heading the agency.
It isn't yet known whether the splattering of paint there is related to similar vandalism to the Lincoln Memorial and another statue last week.
Baseball has offered the Yankees superstar an ultimatum: Accept a 1.5-year suspension without pay for using banned drugs, or fight the charges and likely never play again.
In Operation Cross Country, a nationwide roundup of child sex traffickers, 150 people are charged with pimping.
Shanti Fray, 25, of 22 Cutts St. and the Bronx, is arrested on charges of aggravated drug trafficking.
His friend, Gary Belinsky, is accused of operating the golf cart under the influence.
Travis Lawler, a Maine native, will serve four years in prison for causing the deaths of his sister and her boyfriend.
A Canadian company will buy the highbrow brand, which has struggled to keep up with competition even though sales of luxury items has increased.
The family alleges that the girl was escorted out of the camp by a uniformed police officer.
Other utilities face similar situations if not enough customers sign up to pay higher rates to support renewable sources.
The crash occurs on a regional line about 31 miles southwest of the capital, Bern.
The victims, almost all girls, range in age from 13 to 17, and are found in 76 cities across the country as part of an ongoing campaign.
Attorney Matthew Dyer has not yet regained his ability to speak, his wife says.
Officials describe a quick and canny break-in that only took about a minute, and the robber fled on foot.
Little Paws on Payne Road can remain open during the two weeks but cannot sell any puppies.
Critics say the changes would remove Maine from a regional effort to control cross-border pollution.
The plan adds 81 Maine communities to areas quarantined against the invasive hemlock woolly adelgid.
Norman Dickinson faces charges of burglary, aggravated criminal mischief and possession of burglary tools, following his arrest on Brighton Avenue almost four hours after the break-in.
Secretary of State John Kerry says Martin Indyk has the respect and confidence of all involved.
Police say a man tried to force an 18-year-old woman into his car Friday night near the center of the city.
Geraldine Largay has been missing since July 22, and officials think she may between Lone Mountain and north to Caribou Valley Road in the Stratton area.
The Scarborough man faces 30 years in prison for beating a woman and leaving her with permanent brain damage.
In a news conference aboard the papal aircraft, Pope Francis says gays should be treated with dignity and not marginalized.
Maine's Department of Health and Human Services has released a report of serious healthcare errors, such as patients who had the wrong body part operated on, and patients who had objects left in their bodies after surgeries.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman will visit the Norridgewock New Balance manufacturing facility on Monday.
Spc. Andrew Parker and his mother, Spc. Holly Parker, expect to deploy soon in the same unit with the Maine National Guard.
The proposed New England General Permits would replace a state-by-state permitting system to authorize activities in the inland waters and off the coasts of New England.
Student apprentices at Thos. Moser's woodworking program are building furniture for their private boarding school in Maryland.
The commonly-used tanker cars – several of which exploded earlier this month in Lac-Megantic – have come under heavy scrutiny by safety experts, but new rules that would require safety fixes have been delayed by nearly a year.
The apartments would provide housing to individuals and families who earn between $18,000 and $45,000 a year.
Author Elliott Holt was fascinated by Samantha Smith's trip to the Soviet Union 30 years ago.
While vagrants on medians may be a symptom of a larger problem, solutions are elusive.
The case of Geraldine Largay, who disappeared on the Appalachian Trail last week, is an anomaly.
The climate activists at a protest in Massachusetts call for the use of cleaner, alternative fuels.
Literary trading posts spring up on Maine lawns and prove to be more than just books in a box
Now in its 41st year, the East Benton tradition is supported by the Littlefield family.
Transformation of the historic building, formerly home to Renys, has the potential to be an economic driver for downtown.
Planned Parenthood says a committee will discuss creating a patient safety zone around a clinic.
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