Dayton will answer a similar question Aug. 13. The school district will vote on the budget Tuesday.
Dustin Pedroia hit a tiebreaking homer to support Clay Buchholz's eight solid innings, as the Red Sox won their third straight game.
The GOP nominee said "culture" was the reason Israelis make more than Palestinians, but economists say Israel's restrictions on Palestinian trade and movement is the largest reason for the discrepancy.
London police acknowledged Monday that last week they lost a set of keys to Wembley -- one of the most famous soccer stadiums in the world and an Olympic venue in London.
Seventy students help to build and repair trails in five states for a nonprofit conservation group.
Before Shirley Ladd fell to her death Saturday, it had been 27 years since someone died while hiking the Precipice Trail — one of Acadia's most dangerous hikes.
This head-turning Portland sculpture is headed across the country as a traveling art exhibit.
The $5,000 will be used by Loon Echo Land Trust to explore ways to increase land preservation efforts
The first thing said about William Butler was that everyone in town knew him. For the most part, that's true.
Saco Street was closed for more than four hours following Monday's crash.
A conference in Vermont focuses on efforts to improve the production and use of clean energy.
A staff writer for The New Yorker has resigned and his best-selling book has been halted after he acknowledged inventing quotes by legendary musician Bob Dylan.
It appears President Obama is descended from an African slave, but genealogists say the link is actually through his white mother.
A Louisiana sheriff's department has told a Maine city to keep an unmarked police cruiser that was driven 1,800 miles by a jail escapee.
As Seth Collins finished his penne pasta, he called over the waitress to fulfill his brother's dying wish . . .
The 9-year-old boy's sister and father both died in an apparent murder-suicide.
The Democratic Party will include support for gay marriage in its official platform for the first-time ever — a major milestone for gay rights advocates.
Five official afterparties to follow Mumford & Sons' Portland concert have been announced, with a promise of “special guests” at each.
Peter Joseph, town manager of Lincoln, N.H., will replace Dale Olmstead, who is retiring after 30 years.
College officials want to establish the first charter school in Maine focused on the arts.
For the murder charges, one count included murder with deliberation, the other murder with extreme indifference. Both carry a maximum death penalty upon conviction.
Ferry services in Portland and Frenchboro will benefit.
The comments by Michel Morganella, a soccer player, came hours after Switzerland lost to South Korea.
Natural gas was cheaper than coal from February to May, making it the preferred fuel source for many utilities. If that changes, utilities will likely burn more coal.
Each murder count carries a maximum sentence of the death penalty.
A citizens' group asked town officials to consider a local ban on sales of puppies and kittens in local stores.
Local business leaders say the ad, which criticizes Angus King's spending record as governor, is off the mark.
Question 1 will ask voters if they want to allow same-sex couples to obtain marriage licenses.
A nonprofit group called the NorthWoods Conservation Corps is working to repair trails primarily in northern Vermont and New Hampshire.
Two companies whose bids were lower than FairPoint claim the contract award was unfair.
The $400k U.S. Chamber of Commerce ad attacks King for spending, mismanagement.
Arguments over James Holmes' sanity will dominate the case.
The outage affected a number greater than the population of the United States and Canada combined.
The Supreme Judicial Court last week rejected the appeal of Aaron Patton who was sentenced for gross sexual assault.
Maine prices for a gallon of gas are down slightly more than one cent this week.
President Barack Obama personally asked Clinton to speak at the convention and place Obama's name in nomination, and Clinton enthusiastically accepted, officials said.
It is the third year that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has hosted the competition for the 'biggest energy loser.'
Both candidates have been aggressively courting Americans living abroad at fundraisers held far beyond U.S. shores.
"I'm pretty happy with that swim," Phelps said. "That's all I needed it to be."
Monday's meeting at a hotel overlooking Lake Champlain lacked the drama of a series of protests on Sunday during which police in riot gear fired nonlethal projectiles at demonstrators.
The festival will take place Aug. 24-26.
Health care providers at Penobscot Community Health Care will be reimbursed for quality of care.
The Maine DOT will hold a public meeting Monday to get feedback on plans for River Road in Windham.
A zoning amendment would limit the footprint of new or expanded buildings
Maine education leaders acknowledge the problem, but question Gov. LePage's idea to make high schools pay for their graduates' remedial college courses.
While cultivated berries have been hit by bad weather, Maine's wild crop should bring good prices.
A CDC report frustrates consumer advocates who pushed for passage of a landmark food-safety bill.
John Bullard says he can make a difference in the future of the industry.
Benton Purnell of Oakland paddles the length of the river, mostly alone, on his 'summer adventure.'
A man who had recently separated from his wife shot his two children, killing his 7-year-old daughter, before committing suicide, prosecutors said.
It may seem like an election for the whole nation, but only about eight states will decide who wins the White House.