A body that police divers found on Tuesday morning under Custom House Wharf in Portland has been identified tentatively as that of George Manning, 66, a well-known fisherman who was reported missing Monday.
Teachers and staff order supplies for next year in an annual ritual to use the money by the end of June.
A combination of state money and $39.9 million in borrowing could upgrade five schools.
Maine’s House and Senate both reject a bill, opposed by the lobstering industry, that involved federal waters.
Portland residents may vote in November on allowing possession of up to 2.5 ounces without penalty
Dane Bosley is charged with attacking a 14-yearold girl on her way to school in 2008.
If signed by LePage, a state board may make the final decision on requests for outside-district placement.
It features a desk once used by previous Maine senators and a bust of Joshua Chamberlain.
A bill to stop requiring carry permits fails in the House by a single vote, indicating it still has a chance as the Senate weighs in.
The smart devices are not saving money or cutting energy use, the sta• says as the agency considers an audit. But the company insists the analysis is all wrong.
Six councilors are ousted and a seventh keeps his seat as town residents seek to put months of turmoil in the past.
Maine is on track to join several other states attempting to require food producers to label food containing genetically modified ingredients following a landslide vote in the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
An 18-year-old who was shot by a state trooper Saturday night was carrying a walking stick -- not a rifle -- when he left his home, his grandmother said.