Many cite inequities in the system, and turnpike officials say two more sessions are planned at York County sites in July.
Deborah Sterry allegedly stole more than $29,000 from Carl's Meat Market and Golden Harvest
Malcolm Giles is killed after his dump truck and an empty trailer go off Route 1 in Newcastle
The 350-megawatt solar plant outside Las Vegas would be capable of powering 100,000 homes.
At Boston's Franklin Park Zoo, gorillas sucked on ice treats and ostriches waded through spray mists in an effort to keep cool.
Sue Bernard will direct development and college relations for Northern Maine Community College in Presque Isle.
Aug. 22 is the 50th anniversary of Baxter's final gift of land for the state park that covers more than 200,000 acres in northern Maine.
The current bill passed both the House and Senate with wide margins, making it likely that the Legislature could override the veto next week.
Livermore and Appleton approve so-called local food and community self-governance ordinances, joining six other towns that did the same thing last year.
Police find 7.6 grams of what they suspect is cocaine base, also called crack cocaine, during a raid in Westbrook.
Two Maine environmental groups are hoping the state will extend the ban on bisphenol-A to cans and jars that hold baby and toddler foods.
In the video, George Zimmerman re-enacts the fight with Trayvon Martin and says he grabbed the gun from a holster on his waist before Martin could get it and shot him once in the chest.
Investigators with the Maine Drug Enforcement are at the scene in Monmouth along with officials from local police and fire departments and the Maine DEP.
Shaw Bros., which bought the Busque Quarry last fall, received the go-ahead from the town of Windham this morning.
The glitch prevented customers from using debit and credit cards at checkout counters in most of the chain's 181 stores in five Northeast states.
in Virginia, strandings in May numbered 58 sea turtles. So far in June, there have been 39. One factor may be the impact from a warmer-than-usual winter and early spring.
The Postal Service is changing its service standards beginning July 1.
Maine People's Alliance says Summers has an inherent conflict of interest because his office oversees elections.
In a letter to President Obama, he says he concluded "that the seizure I suffered on June 9th could be a distraction from my performance as secretary."
The material at issue in today's decision includes the isolated use of expletives as well as fines against broadcasters who showed a woman's buttocks on a 2003 episode of the show "NYPD Blue."
He is charged with 48 counts related to 10 boys over 15 years. If convicted, Sandusky could spend the rest of his life in state prison.
Rescuers say a homeless man was walking down to bathe when he tripped on a root and fell 12 feet into the water.
The airplane, which had 230 passengers and 12 crew members on board, was enroute from Newark, New Jersey, to Copenhagen, Denmark.
Dale Marshall stole the money while he worked as office manager for an excavating contractor from 2007 until 2011, investigators say.
Bomb sniffer dogs detected the explosives during a routine check of a truck in the power plant's industrial area near its high security enclosure.
The part – about 1-inch in diameter and 4 inches long – goes through the attic and a sheetrock ceiling and lands on the floor. No one is injured.
Nikhil Andrew Rodrigues, 27, of Somerville had just voted in his first election.
A company affiliated with Central Maine Power Co.'s parent company has been picked to build a pipeline system in the Augusta region to serve state property.
Three months of declining job creation have left the public increasingly glum, with only 3 out of 10 adults saying the country is headed in the right direction.
Presque Isle police say the girl was killed when the minivan stopped to make a turn and was struck from behind by the SUV.
The media-savvy artist knew how to enthrall audiences with his instant renditions of the world's biggest sport personalities and events.
Sanford City Manager Norton Bonaparte says "we need to move forward with a police chief that all the citizens of Sanford can support."
William Cassidy, who served as president of the college from 2003 to 2009, will take over on June 30.
A new law responds to several recent cases of oil dealers taking money from Maine consumers, but then failing to supply the fuel.
A Penobscot tribal elder and decorated veteran was a driving force behind establishing June 21 as a day to recognize Native Americans' contributions to the military.
Water-guzzling residents who've been staying close to their air conditioners will have to get through one more day before temperatures are expected to start cooling down.
Mainers United for Marriage want to include a religious-freedom exemption in the Nov. 6 referendum; others are mostly content with the wording.
Along with a new managing editor, D.C. bureau chief and reporter, an editor is promoted.
A proposal would convert the two one-way streets in Portland to two-way.
House Republican leaders say they are willing to negotiate if the administration turns over more emails and memos related to the flawed "Fast and Furious" gun-tracking operation.
The GOP hopeful says he and Maine's governor differ on some issues.
The Sebago Farms proposal to raise hydroponic vegetables and fish, and to hire 170 workers, encounters problems with securing financing.
Police descend on a house in Westbrook after investigating an early-morning incident.
Volunteer work on the Arboretum at Fort Williams Park begins to transform the Cape Elizabeth landscape.
The message from the senator's official Twitter account targets Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
While just seven people speak at a Portland hearing on the proposed hikes, their message is the same.
Searchers recover the body of Durward Worster, 29, after he and friends dove from a cliff into Sebago Lake.
The trawlers often are accused of depleting herring stocks and threatening other struggling fish species.
As summer officially arrives, Portland ties a record of 93 degrees and people pack the beaches, pools and swimming holes.
The GOP senators join others from New England to uphold limits on mercury and other emissions.
A manufacturing breakdown delays plastic license tags required for traps, costing fishermen time and money.