Part II: Plenty of Maine girls play sports, but can we do even better? Also, prominent officials, coaches and former athletes reflect on how Title IX has impacted their lives.
Maine's success in leveling girls' and boys' playing fields is not typical nationwide.
Members of the Richville Chapel hold a Sunday service in the local library after being burned out of their home three days ago.
The skydiver, who was not identified, appears to have suffered a wound to his leg or thigh.
Driver reportedly flees from crash that kills his sister and seriously injures two others.
Rielle Hunter talks about the affair and its aftermath, which ruined the reputation of the former presidential candidate.
Mitt Romney is refusing to say that he would overturn President Barack Obama's new policy allowing some young illegal immigrants to stay in the United States.
Rodney King, whose 1991 videotaped beating by LA police officers set off one of the most destructive race riots in the nation's history, was found at the bottom of his swimming pool early Sunday and later pronounced died.
She's spoken out against the National Rifle Association and President Obama's fundraiser, and for a new Maine National Park, even in the face of loud opposition. If nothing else, Cynthia Dill is fearless.
The plaintiff said the Jehovah's Witnesses allowed an adult member of a Fremont church to molest her when she was a young child in the 1990s.
It's the third major fatal stage collapse in the last year.
They led a record field of more than 1,300 participants at the 4th annual Portland Sea Dogs Father's Day 5K.
Police say 28-year-old Adam Dunham was killed at about 6:45 p.m. Friday in Amherst when his car veered into the path of an oncoming pickup truck.
A Maine city says it's been awarded a $500,000 grant to help revitalize its downtown.
“It’s addictive. It’s wonderful. It’s the best way to see our glorious state," said one bicyclist.
Scores of churches around Maine are passing the collection plate a second time at Sunday services to raise money against gay marriage.
Search teams spent parts of Friday and Saturday looking for the climbers, but the lone survivor saw them buried by the falling snow.
The record is of particular interest if corrosive tar-sands crude begins to flow here from Canada.
Companies look to move crude from Canada and North Dakota, and a Maine pipeline could come into play.
The two final contenders on 'The Great Food Truck Race' television show are battling it out in the Old Port today, much to the delight of area foodies.
The Stonington Opera House has seen good times and bad — and good again — in its 100-year existence. This year, a major celebration.
Maine author Elizabeth Hand ventures into young adult fiction with a story that conveys art's power.
Being a dad has both brought him joy and forced him to face up to life's major challenges, says Derek Hayes of Sanford.
Early in their careers, Kevin Raye and Charlie Summers both worked for the longtime Maine lawmaker.
A 25-year-old Maine woman is hospitalized with serious injuries after one of the N.H. crashes.
The referendum is on the minds of those celebrating same-sex solidarity, including the city's mayor and police chief.
The U.S.-British conflict, which historians describe as ‘amazingly unpopular’ in this state, started June 18, 200 years ago.
Mark Rogers, 36, has cerebral palsy. Maybe he can't play baseball, but thanks to his father, the game is as much a part of him as anyone who has ever picked up a bat.
Today marks six months since toddler Ayla Reynolds was reported missing from her Violette Avenue home.
Officials report a jump in efforts to smuggle the anti-addiction drug, which gives abusers an intense high.
Severin Beliveau had no sense of the role the burglary would play in history.
The commission says it needs more time to consider them, despite sharp prodding by Gov. LePage.
In addition to cutting down trees, the state is planting shrubs to mimic young forest growth.
Hundreds gather for the funeral of Army Capt. Jay Brainard, who died in Afghanistan on Memorial Day.
CHELSEA -- Angel Vaillancourt disputes the claims that her five dogs disturb the neighborhood, since they wear electronic collars that give off an electrical shock when they bark.