The city juggles the rights of abortion protesters and patients in considering a buffer zone at Planned Parenthood.
But Aaron Swartz's father said the school favored prosecutors in the case against his son, who helped develop the Reddit news site and who committed suicide.
This year, Maine passed legislation requiring authorities to obtain a search warrant to get location information from a person's cellphone, and it's a topic over which courts have been at odds.
Police released security camera images today of the two armed men who robbed the Bangor Savings Bank in Winslow last week.
She says she feels pressure from those who oppose commercial-scale breeding.
Gregory Vrooman of Nobleboro argued that jurors shouldn't have been told that he watched pornography and that certain evidence should have been suppressed.
Moises Soto allegedly helped run a marijuana field for Haynes Timberland, a local timber and development company that owns the land.
Lawmakers and the public should have a chance to evaluate the proposal to opt out of anti-smog rules, they say in a letter.
Bouchard, 23, has a two-day total of 157, two strokes better than Lori Frost, who also shot a 77 on Tuesday.
Ted Quaday will replace the late Russell Libby, who led the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association for 17 years.
Brian Nichols, who pleaded guilty to fatally shooting Jane Tetreault in their Turner home in 2010, had argued that his 40-year sentence was excessive.
The funding would be a down payment on a fifth DDG-51 destroyer, which Maine's Susan Collins is pushing for.
The findings support a theory that bacteria in the mouth can enter the bloodstream and end up in the brain, says the lead researcher.
The university's former president, vice president and athletic director are accused of covering up the abuse by ex-coach Jerry Sandusky.
Authorities say 46-year-old Mary Pierce was hiking to Zealand Falls when she slipped and fell about 15 feet onto some rocks.
The company blames a manufacturing defect in the 64-year-old Pegasus pipeline that burst March 29 soiling a neighborhood and threatening a nearby lake.
That optimistic vision runs counter to claims by Republican lawmakers and some industry groups that more rules will kill jobs and fossil fuel industries.
The supermarkets' owner says the individual stores aren't profitable, but the closures don't reflect the overall health of the chain.
The president calls for lowering the corporate tax code from 35 to 28 percent – and even lower for manufacturers – combined with investments in infrastructure, manufacturing and research to aid the middle class.
Researchers will compare the abundance of marsh plants and birds before and after the storm from Maine to Virginia.
Reports from fishermen of warming waters and lower stocks over the last several months prompted the symposium.
The train, carrying 218 passengers, hurtled off the tracks and slammed into a concrete wall, killing 79 people.
There is now a separate application for virtual schools that spells out specific requirements, such as weekly face-to-face time for students and instructors.
The 'aggressive' fox even jumped into a parked truck to bite a man. The animal's remains are being tested for rabies.
A lawsuit, supported by the ACLU, alleges two renters never got proper notice and were treated illegally by the city's police.
Police say the man was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.
The judges wrote that while the city's health board had the power to ban 'inherently harmful' foodstuffs from being served to the public, sweetened beverages didn't fall into that category.
John MacKay, 52, had been in critical condition at Maine Medical Center with a brain injury following the accident in Casco over the weekend.
The poem, "The Conqueror Worm," is believed to have been written in the 1830s.
Charged with first-degree assault, 33-year-old Wendy Wright is accused of making her 6- and 7-year-old children drink bleach at their home on June 18.
The all-stock donation to Centre College from the A. Eugene Brockman Charitable Trust is believed to be among the 20 biggest gifts ever to a U.S. college or university,
The railway has laid off 79 workers since a July 6 derailment killed 47 people and devastated an entire Quebec town.
But the Army private is convicted of 20 other lesser counts, which together could still result in 136 years in prison.
Steady price increases, along with stable job gains and historically low mortgage rates, have in turn encouraged more Americans to buy homes.
Secretary of State John Kerry says the parties have agreed that all issues are on the table and negotiators will meet again within two weeks.
Former FBI supervisor Robert Fitzpatrick testified Monday that he was blocked in his effort to terminate Bulger as an FBI informant.
Divers spent eight hours Monday at the lake, which is just 12 feet deep at its deepest point.
The Maine Warden Service is trying to contact a woman who called the Stratton Motel last week and said she'd crossed paths with 66-year-old Geraldine Largay.
The poll – which Weiner led just five days ago – also showed about half of likely Democratic voters saying he should abandon his mayoral bid.
After undergoing 53 hours of training, the teachers, administrators and other school employees will be considered guards.
The reason: While the U.S. wanted them out, no other country was willing to take them in. Four are still here.
Nearly 70 people have pre-ordered the motorcycle license plate, but 500 are required to begin production.
Police say there are no fatalities despite massive blasts that ripped through the Blue Rhino propane plant late Monday night.
At the center, migrant farm workers and their families can get legal and employment advice, medical care and information on educational resources for their children.
Memorabilia, photographs, heirlooms and an antique desk were all stolen during the burglary in Shapleigh.
For six weeks, Mark Hathaway could hear what everyone said around him but couldn't speak . . .
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But charter school officials deny seeking funds from the conservative Maine Heritage Policy Center.
Commission head says civilians are suffering the most as the government deals with rebel groups.
The ethics board rules on Rep. Mike Nadeau, a Republican accused of illegally coordinating with outside ad buyers.
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal of protest buffer zone law.
Some scholars and activists interpreted his comments Monday as a softening of the church's stance against same-sex relationships.