Florence Bryant, 81, was a passenger in a car that was hit by a pickup truck on Route 1.
Two men are hurt after their car crashes into a telephone pole as they are allegedly attempting to flee police.
In a rematch of last year's Class A final, Scarborough comes out on top again.
Portland Police Chief Mike Sauschuck and Portland mayor Michael Brennan were among the thousands of people who marched for marriage equality.
Falmouth needs more than three quarters to break down NYA before winning.
The Maine Warden Service says a 20-year-old Appalachian Trail hiker has drowned while swimming in a rural western Maine pond.
The Eagles, who started the year 5-5, take advantage of seven errors and win the state title.
Five months after he lost the Super Bowl and four months after losing his mentor, Tom Brady is pushing forward, aiming at 2012.
What if the security guard hadn't noticed tape on the door? What if Nixon had just come clean? What would have happened if things had gone just slightly different?
Waynflete scores the first six goals of the second half to put away a young opponent.
Professional basketball star Tony Parker says he suffered a scratched retina on one of his eyes during a New York City nightclub brawl involving singer Chris Brown and members of hip-hop star Drake's entourage.
Outgoing Republican Sen. Olympia Snowe isn't running for another term, but her imprint will still be seen in this year's general election campaign in two GOP congressional candidates.
"Don’t give if that’s what you’re looking for,’” King said, adding he won't make a commitment to one side or the other.
State police say four motorcyclists were killed in collisions Friday, a grim beginning to the final weekend of Bike Week.
There was "wind coming from every which way," mist so powerful it clouded his vision and an unfamiliar wire beneath him, but daredevil Nik Wallenda didn't let that stop him from becoming the first person to walk on a tightrope across the Niagara Falls.
Bicentennial Nature Park is going to take the summer off, despite last-ditch efforts to raise more money.
China launched its most ambitious space mission in history on Saturday, carrying its first female astronaut and two male colleagues.
Romney would not say if he would reverse President Barack Obama's decision to stop deporting some who were brought to the U.S. as children.
The show, which focuses on hot rods, muscle cars and other hip automobiles, is on view today.
New England cottontails were once common throughout the Northeast, but land development has cut into its available habitat.
Brunswick Lt. Lynne Doucette received minor injuries when her cruiser hit a moose on Interstate 295 this morning.
Nayef was a hard-line interior minister who spearheaded Saudi Arabia's fierce crackdown on al-Qaida after the 9/11 attacks.
A study will soon be under way into state funding of Maine's public schools with an eye toward correcting perceived flaws in allocating $900 million per year to districts throughout the state.
Both the pilot and his passenger walk away from the crash, and neither is believed to have any serious injuries.
‘We’re limping along’ says a Portland Fish Exchange official as scientists and fishermen struggle to get a handle on the health of Gulf of Maine species.
The two stores opening in the next week will be the first in southern Maine since fireworks were legalized.
The case stems from an accident in which Suzanne Phillips allegedly struck two cars with her truck.
Despite fierce objections from Gov. Paul LePage, the Maine Charter School Commission will not consider two applications to open virtual charter schools this fall.
A suspect in three pharmacy robberies was caught Friday in Fairfield after an intensive manhunt and a high-speed motorcycle chase that ended in a crash.
A program called Sister Stories culminates Friday at Cumberland County Jail with a public reading.
Massachusetts' high court ties the case of a newborn found in trash to a woman's right to refuse medical aid.
David Houston is caught on video when a TV reporter asks about a sign calling the president names.
Charles F. Later faces domestic-violence and other charges after his wife calls 911.
The congressman says that right now there is too much work waiting to be done in Washington.
Shortly after Portland's D-League team announces Dave Leitao's departure, Jon Jennings steps down to focus on The Forefront at Thompson's Point.
Under the plan, illegal immigrants who can prove they were brought here as children, but who otherwise have lived law-abiding lives and graduated from high school or served in the military, can stay and apply for work permits.
The seventh-generation member of the famed Flying Wallendas had long dreamed of pulling off the stunt, never before attempted.
The policy change is hailed by Maine groups that advocate for immigrants.
A renovation of the historic house in Freeport draws the attention of green-building experts.