The ramps must be closed to allow for crews to repair the Interstate 295 bridges over Forest Avenue and Preble Street
The Republican’s decision not to back the senator amid tea party attacks in 2011 may hurt his bid to succeed her.
Rep. Maeghan Maloney says she will devote her energy to running for district attorney in Kennebec and Somerset counties.
Angus King's county campaign chairs include prominent partisans and independents.
The Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority was seeking about $10 million from state and federal sources to pay for the Brunswick facility. But the bids ranged from $12.2 million to $20 million.
Republican David Burns, who represented House District 138 for little more than a year, is also ordered to pay $2,384 in restitution.
The 114-year-old Richville Chapel is destroyed along with pews from the late 1800s.
Testimony today focused on how likely contamination was responsible for unknown male DNA on Sarah Cherry's fingernail clipping.
Joseph Boyington, 22, was driving his Acura 135 mph in the passing lane of Route 1 north in Bath – an area where the posted speed limit is 35 mph.
Artel Inc. and Smiling Hill Farm partially win their appeal of an agreement reached among Pike Industries, Idexx Laboratories and the city of Westbrook.
On average, about five times as many bikers without helmets die in states with less restrictive laws.
Charles Bellows, 20, is charged with stabbing another man twice in the back on April 8.
However, the famous mentalist's endorsement did not include a prediction that Steve Woods will win.
An emergency infusion of just over $900,000 means the state can pay attorneys’ bills going back to May 10.
The files contain accusations against Scout leaders that ranged from child abuse to lesser offenses that would prohibit them from working in the Scouts.
That's the wording proposed by Maine's Secretary of State for the November ballot, and the public now has 30 days to comment.
"There are no absolutely safe areas in Yosemite Valley," says a park geologist.
The U.S. Forest Service is working with state forestry departments in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont to assess the impact on tree growth.
Transportation officials encourage Twitter users to tweet haikus around the theme safe driving in haboobs – severe dust storms that hit Phoenix in the summer.
Officials say the worker was standing with his hand on a wood chipper 20 feet from the crane when it touched a power line..
Earlier today, the alleged victim in that 1998 encounter described Sandusky lathering him up and lifting him under a showerhead to rinse his hair.
The Supreme Constitutional Court rules that a third of the legislature was elected illegally, "and, consequently, it does not legally stand."
The tractor-trailer and car involved in the crash were removed at about noon, and the northbound lanes were reopened.
Gas prices have tumbled 40 cents after peaking April 6. Prices at the pump averaged $3.54 yesterday, according to AAA. That's down 19 cents from a month earlier.
Brainard, from Newport, died last month when the helicopter he was piloting went down in Afghanistan.
One car, a rare 1936 Ford Model 48 Cabriolet, sells for $396,000.
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency says it has blood samples that are consistent with drug use and more than 10 former Armstrong teammates and support personnel who say they saw him use drugs or talk about using them.
Police say 51-year-old Patricia Giles of Brewer was arrested Wednesday night.
The two offer vastly different visions of how to speed up America's economic recovery.
Among the items reportedly stolen were the former major league baseball player's National League and American League championship rings.
Prosecutors say 22-year-old Derrick McDuffy was one of three men who kicked in a couple's front door and robbed a man of his medical marijuana at gunpoint.
Three families displaced when their apartment building was abruptly declared unfit to live in have found new lodgings with help from the city and others.
Two women allegedly robbed a cab driver Wednesday, broke into an apartment and then fled down a Waterville street before being nabbed by police.
Researchers say the study poses fresh questions about how humans and livestock can co-exist with the re-emerging predators.
The Maine Academy of Natural Sciences in Hinckley opened in September 2011 as Maine's first high school to focus on the natural sciences.
With the June 29 deadline approaching for proposals, nine letters of intent have been filed to the schools.
The event will feature guest speakers, a 21-gun salute and the playing of taps in recognition of those who were lost in the war.
The high school's assistant principal, Howard Jack, who was recently criticized over bullying, is being investigated.
Some are good, some bad, and scientists are looking at how they keep us healthy.
His chief rivals for Senate resist his idea for a pact on third-party spending.
Man dies from injuries after motorcycle hits fence / Aroostook County man sentenced for drug use, sale / Man held on sex charges involving 7-year-old boy . . . and more Maine news.
The committee overseeing the civic center renovation settles on the location of luxury suites and seats.
School officials regroup, and some Saco residents say the vote indicates an interest in withdrawing.
That could clarify whether thumbnail DNA evidence came from contamination during the autopsy, he says.
Exeter Hospital says an employee using a syringe to inject himself with medication meant for patients and then re-using the syringe on patients probably caused the outbreak that infected 20 people.
The chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts tours Maine, meeting artists, educators and officials.
One candidate's timing with his funds helped, but for most the cost-per-vote didn't translate into success.
Winners include the owners of a food truck, a wallet maker, and a marketing firm.
The Republicans express unity after the engineer nearly upset the legislator in the 1st District primary.
The developers are seeking the tax breaks for their India Street neighborhood condos, apartments and offices.
NCAA officials reprimand the Division III school for using scholarship funds to entice hockey players.