After the probation department withdrew its full-time officer, the district attorney who founded the concept calls for the program's end.
The new Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion was built to house more than 500 pieces of art valued at more than $100 million, an extraordinary donation by a Waterville couple.
Critics say medical facilities plead poverty and lay off workers but continue to compensate executives and surgeons with substantial payouts.
Young people at the Seeds of Peace camp pursue Maine summer fun – and monitor the news.
She and her husband, Capt. Mark Kelly, urge background checks for more gun buyers.
The accident in Quebec has heightened concerns by environmental activists about transporting crude.
Forty-nine people are in serious condition, and 132 have less significant injuries. All passengers and crew are accounted for.
David Lamontagne, of Monmouth, dies in the motorcycle-pickup truck collision Saturday on Bath Road.
Manuel Gehring abducted his two children after an argument at a Fourth of July fireworks display in Concord.
Islamic militants attack a boarding school in northeast Nigeria before dawn Saturday, killing 29 students and one teacher.
One person is confirmed dead after an unattended freight train carrying oil rolls into a Quebec town, creating a daylong inferno.
Egyptians at the Seeds of Peace camp in Otisfield have been trying to stay abreast of the latest developments, including Friday's clashes.
Portland releases the report 11 days after a judge orders city officials to provide it to the Press Herald.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation responds to a Bay State girl who has an incurable illness.
Double stabbing at local bar / Freeport begins search for new motto / Speed, alcohol believed to be factors in deadly crash ... and more news from around the state.
Driver clocked doing 114 mph / Man turning Superstorm Sandy debris into art / Man pleads not guilty in killing of girlfriend ... and more news from around the region.
The heat index topped out at 99 degrees on Friday, adding to a trend: Every month of this year has been warmer than normal.
The victims, ages 17 months to 78 years old, suffer burns and shrapnel wounds.
The Maine senator, back from his first trip overseas as a congressman, grows more supportive of aid to rebels.
Marshall and Carole Swan, who spent 19 years as a Chelsea selectwoman, are accused of failing to declare a total of almost $674,000.