A school bus carrying 23 summer campers collided with a car Tuesday afternoon on Route 236.
The old motto was debunked by historians, but a town panel says it has higher priorities.
The action comes as the Press Herald requests documents related to the case of a 2-year-old whose body was found in a car in Stetson.
The new details were not conclusive about the cause of Saturday's crash, but they raised potential areas of focus.
Assistant Rescue Chief Daniel Ouellette allegedly makes threatening remarks toward police officers.
A dying Cincinnati Reds fan made one last trip to a baseball game, with an assist by Joey Votto and a gem by Homer Bailey.
But implementation will be delayed until at least January to prepare for a possible lawsuit from agribusiness giant Monsanto.
David Buckley, who was reported missing July 1, appears to be in good physical shape.
Court documents also detail the ex-Patriots player's connection to a July 2012 double homicide in Boston.
Police say Parris Peterson-Lloyd is a suspect in a shooting at a New York party.
The DOT-111 type tanker cars have come under scrutiny from transportation safety experts.
Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting plans to gather 80,000 signatures to qualify for the November 2014 ballot.
White House spokesman Jay Carney says the law provides financial aid and health care to low-income Americans, and Obama won't delay it.
Teresa Heinz Kerry remains in fair condition at Massachusetts General Hospital.
The defendant erupts when his once-loyal apprentice calls him and his partner the 'biggest rats.'
'He's a gentle man who's totally confused at his situation at this point,' says Carlos Ortiz's court-appointed attorney.
Investigators consider that and other possible causes of a train crash that left at least 15 dead and dozens missing.
Investigators also say the death toll has risen to 15 people, and dozens more are still missing.
Up to eight vendors could operate daily under rules amended this week and up for adoption in August.
Since the federal death penalty was reinstated in 1988, only three people, including Timothy McVeigh, have been executed.
Many of the witnesses will be drawn from the 4,200 passengers and crew aboard the ship that struck a jagged reef off Giglio, took on water and capsized.
Edward Burkhardt said the company had only experienced a series of small incidents involving tracks in the past few years.
Portland Mayor Michael Brennan has said it could cost the city as much as $15,000 to hold another vote.
He says the trajectory of the bullet shows Trayvon Martin was on top of Zimmerman when the gun was fired, but then backtracks some under cross-examination.
The company, owned by Cerberus Capital management LC, still operates more than 160 Shaw's and Star Market stores in five New England states, including Maine.
The NSA leaker has applied for asylum in other countries as well, and it's not clear how easy it would be for him to get to Venezuela.
Police say both the woman and her daughter were taken to the hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.
Michael Allen, who also worked on lobster boats, had been reported missing Monday.
Robert Drisko testifies former selectwoman charged with fraud “would work outside (of board meetings) to get her own way.”
Eligible donors with types O negative, B negative and A negative blood are especially encouraged to give.
The victim, who had sought refuge in a nearby house, said he knew one of his attackers.
After 10 years in captivity, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight say others' support is allowing them to rebuild their lives.
York's Christopher Cassidy joins an Italian astronaut in checking off NASA's to-do list.
Officials said one of the injured employees suffered severe trauma to his face and head.
Fourteen truckloads of metal were recovered from the bottom of a swim area at Lake Messalonskee last month, according to an Oakland official.
Andrew Bilodeau admits he was scared when he waded into the river behind his family's apartment after hearing cries of the boy's friends.
So far, two people are unable to move their legs – doctors don't yet know if the damage is permanent – and several others have needed surgery to stabilize their spines so they can move.
Travis, 54, is being treated for viral cardiomyopathy, a heart condition caused by a virus, according to his publicist.
Incompetence at nearly all levels of the government let the al-Qaida chief go undetected, the report says.
Convincing the jury of who was screaming for help on the tape is important to both sides because it would help jurors evaluate George Zimmerman's self-defense claim.
Westbrook police investigate death after body found in river / Woman rescued from Harpswell shore after getting lost / Bail set for Bangor man charged in Fourth of July shooting . . . and more news from around the state.
After months of controversy over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, the early-morning crash in Quebec drew national attention.
Evidence mounts that the runaway train slammed into other railroad cars carrying liquid propane.
The nine passengers from South Carolina who died in the plane crash were headed to a fishing lodge.
Environmentalists fear the Portland Pipe Line Corp. will transport the heavy crude from Canada, and say the crash justifies those fears.
Violators get ticketed, a court date and a possible fine under a city ordinance that seeks to clear the air.
As confirmed deaths reach 13 in the small Canadian town, investigators look into whether a fire an hour before the explosions may have played a role.
Reforms in disclosures and to slow the 'revolving door' to lobbying are called 'a major departure.'
Mr. Tordoff also led a push for Christian musicians to perform at music and sports venues across southern Maine.
Lee Yoon-hye said that after the captain ordered an evacuation, she knew exactly what to do.
I'd like to express my dismay over the media's shamelessly sensationalistic coverage of it . . .
It appears the 16-year-old Chinese girl, who was ejected onto the runway, may have been run over by a vehicle racing to the crash scene of Flight 214.