Projects will be dropped, and jobs lost, if lawmakers can't agree on the details of a $100 million proposal.
The annual family-friendly celebration is described as 'Norman Rockwell visits Ocean Park.'
The Brunswick group opposing a proposed layover facility for the Downeaster sees hope in the senator's letter.
The helicopter came down in Burnham Wednesday night during an aerial study of bears' habitat.
Singer Don McLean has listeners dancing to his hit ‘American Pie’ as Portland celebrates the Fourth.
After last year's glut sank prices, they call this season's normalcy 'a good thing.'
The 52-year-old woman went into Wadleigh Pond to swim and did not resurface.
Storm surge is Maine's biggest concern, experts say.
While crews connect already contained areas, Prescott's Independence Day celebration will go on as planned.
The parade was diverted by a police standoff with a man charged with shooting from a downtown apartment.
Chief justice Adly Mansour to serve until a new president is elected, military decrees.
A 58-year-old man and 27-year-old woman are being treated at area hospitals for serious but what appear to be non-life threatening injuries after the helicopter they were in crashed Wednesday night.
Michael Tausek, former executive director of the Board of Corrections, has a new Maine State Prison job.
Portland woman is accused of stealing pickup truck to move furniture / Paving of bridge expected to cause delays / LePage provides $50,000 to drug treatment center ... and more news from around the state.
These Fourth of July photos, going back to 1938, are published in collaboration with the Portland Public Library, which holds the Press Herald's archive of negatives.
Until the 2015 start of the 'employer mandate,' Maine workers can buy insurance through health exchanges.
Clear skies are expected for Thursday's fireworks, and it's likely to be hot and humid into Sunday, which should aid tourism.
Heavy rain forces dramatic evacuations in the town of Lebanon, which received 2 inches in 45 minutes.
Morsi's dramatic fall underscores the elusiveness of democracy in the Arab world's largest country.
Mr. Garette, born Eric J. Clifford, tested positive for HIV in 1986. He was 21 years old and thought his life was over . . .