Analysis: LePage inflated number of complaints / Mainer awarded $200,000 for doctor's misdiagnosis / Maine Guard members returning from Afghanistan ... and more news from around the state.
Evelyn Kozak, whose family fled Russia in the 19th century to escape anti-Semitism, was 113.
Mr. Mulkern, known for his trademark beard and frank honesty, died unexpectedly on Tuesday.
However, a report by the Pentagon's inspector general does not identify any instances when sensitive special operations tactics or techniques were provided to those who made the film 'Zero Dark Thirty.'
Syrian President Bashar Assad's use of chemical weapons, coupled with increasing gains on the battlefield by the Syrian military, have left the United States and European nations scrambling to reassess their Syria policies.
The fund to compensate victims of the terror bombings has grown to more than $47 million.
The swearing-in ceremony was moved back to the original date, even though one recount is expected to take place next week.
The measure will take effect as soon as it is signed by Gov. LePage, whose administration supports it.
At the time of the attack in 2009, Connecticut allowed private ownership of the animal, which belonged to a friend of the victim.
The governor says he'll also issue $105 million in voter-approved bonds dating back to 2009.
Just 5,500 Maine students out of 70,000 will get the HP ProBook – the state's preferred choice.
Maine's Democratic Reps. Michael Michaud (for) and Chellie Pingree (against) split their votes.
The two players are under par but dozens more have a chance on a tough-to-beat course in a backlogged event.
Bookmaker Dickie O'Brien says he had to Bulger's gang a monthly stipend because, “I valued my own life, as well as those with me.”
Here are some basic tips to avoid having your personal life turned into an intelligence report.
Federal aid had been authorized for six counties.
The new Payne Road and Route 1 intersection is part of the state's Dunstan Corner reconstruction project.
The 'ticket to work' aims to address employment issues for people who receive public assistance.
Democrat Emily Cain is one of several candidates eyeing U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud's post.
The jobs at the company's South Portland office come as full implementation approaches for the federal health care law.
Wendell Strout sued Central Maine Medical Center for damages, citing 'tremendous emotional distress' as well as lost income and loss of enjoyment.
It's unclear what led up to the accident that claimed the life of the 23-year-old bike rider during the event's first day.
The Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and its director have been named the best in the country, thanks to William Cullina's vision and labor.
If the proposal goes through, Maine Medical Center's corporate parent will become the sole corporate member of Memorial Hospital in North Conway, N.H.
Jack Johnson has agreed to take the Saturday night headlining slot at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival after Mumford & Sons were forced to cancel due to bassist Ted Dwane's illness.
Firefighters have at least temporarily battled to a "draw" with a fast-moving fire that has already killed two people and destroyed 379 homes, giving weary authorities and residents the first glimmer of hope after three days of mounting damage, a sheriff said.
The woman, who lives in a multimillion-dollar home near the parking spaces, says she didn't expect the bidding to go quite so high.
Aaron Armstrong of Waldoboro was arrested Thursday on a charge of aggravated animal cruelty and held on $25,000 cash bail.
Edward Snowden, an American citizen, has yet to be charged with any crime and no warrants have been issued for his arrest.
Michael Karkoc lied to U.S. officials to get into this country, an Associated Press investigation shows.
The soldiers left Maine in July of last year and have been doing security force operations in Afghanistan for more than nine months.
Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks said that the handwritten note was found on John Zawahri's body after he was shot and killed June 7 by officers on the campus of Santa Monica College.
By midday Friday, only one person remained hospitalized after about 100 people were dumped into shallow Biscayne Bay while cheering on the Heat in the NBA Finals.
The 33-year-old still has a bullet in his body, and has been coping with nerve damage that makes it painful to walk.
Mackerel is considered one of the healthiest fish for human consumption, but there is little consumer demand for it.
The cuts are needed to make up for the loss of state revenue that had not been accounted for.
Two local companies work on the replica of the historic slave ship Amistad as its owner faces financial scrutiny.
Paula Spencer says authorities treated her family harshly in a case involving teenagers drinking at their home.
The woman apparently never applied her brakes after her car left the highway and went down an embankment.
The rumblings about possible candidates to fill Mike Michaud's House seat became discernibly louder Thursday.
Citing cost and safety concerns, the health insurer will halt coverage of the specialty medications for adults.
The 4-year-old injured in a lawnmower accident is in fair condition, a hospital spokesman said Thursday.
Pawnbrokers bill awaits LePage's signature / Two women charged after searching Portland inmate for drugs / Canadian man sentenced for trying to smuggle pills into Maine ... and more news from around the state.