The 36th annual race recreates a scene Mainers might have seen 100 years ago, one participant says.
The Freeport student earns her pilot's license by her 17th birthday, just as she planned to do.
Free-meal programs take the place of school lunches for many hungry Maine children in the summer.
Florien Turcotte and Annette LaCourse were loading a riding mower onto a trailer when they were hit by a pickup truck.
A grand jury will hear allegations against the longtime youth baseball and hockey coach.
The former neighborhood watch leader must be electronically monitored, can't open a bank account, obtain a passport or set foot on the grounds of the local airport. He has a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew.
It was the third time since November that the bank has been targeted.
Police are withholding the victim's identity pending notification of family members.
Each bomb was similar in construction, using an aerosol can and a carbon-dioxide canister, a state fire official says.
The 47-year-old woman was hiking with her family when she fell about a half mile from the summit of Mount Cube.
Yahoo sued Facebook in March, saying the online social networking company infringed on its patents covering advertising, privacy controls and social networks.
New figures show a slow, steady decline over the past three years in the effectiveness of IEDs
Three suburban New York City children died when the yacht overturned in Long Island Sound on Wednesday night.
He says today's report that only 80,000 jobs were created in June is evidence that Obama's tax, energy and regulatory policies are hampering growth.
Maine Energy Systems’ expects to create 50 manufacturing jobs in Oxford County, as well as 50 new jobs related to installation and fuel delivery.
There were some good signs in the report: The average work week and hourly pay grew.
That would be 62,000 pennies, weighing 800 pounds . . .
The clinics start Monday in Gorham and will also be held in Skowhegan, Brewer, South Paris, Brunswick, Poland, Saco, Farmington, Thomaston, Auburn, Lisbon Falls, and Conway, N.H.
Police say 29-year-old Amanda Holmes sold the drug to an undercover officer within 1,000 feet of the Maine Region 10 Technical High School.
Police say speed and alcohol appear to be factors in the single-vehicle crash that critically injured the driver.
Lance A. DiPietro, an uncle of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds, is convicted of an assault apparently related to allegations about the toddler's father.
The 17-year-old's defense claims he was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. If convicted, he could get 50 years in prison.
Excessive-heat warnings remained in place today for all of Iowa, Indiana and Illinois as well as much of Wisconsin, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Kentucky.
A bridge malfunction made it impossible for people to move between the ferry and the terminal.
The Maine Windjammer Association's 36th annual race gets under way today, when up to 20 historic schooners take off from Rockland and sail to Camden.
"I'm very, very concerned," says Winslow Police Chief Jeffrey Fenlason. "Somebody's going to get hurt."
Three children died after getting trapped Wednesday night in the cabin of the 34-foot vessel off Oyster Bay, on the north shore of Long Island.
Obama says the nation has created 4.4 million private sector jobs during the past 28 months but says "it's still tough out there."
A member of the authorizing commission asks to reconsider the Cornville application.
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The high school's new leader plans to provide consistency and encouragement, while holding students accountable.
Portland police say they got a deluge of complaints on the holiday, despite a downpour.
Selma Botman will keep her $203,000 salary as she develops programs in international education.
After backing into a police cruiser, the man is taken to a hospital because of a medical condition.
The fireworks and a concert by the Portland Symphony Orchestra drew about 30,000 people to the Eastern Promenade.
Portland and 30 other Maine districts lose funding for coordinators who addressed health issues and obtained grants.