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The inaugural event has drawn a larger than expected field of 800 runners to Lubec and Campobello.
Failure to expand MaineCare leaves 10,500 people without coverage and ineligible for federal subsidies.
Mainers make the most of the longest day of the year.
An official says Hong Kong has been a good partner in law enforcement matters.
The 8-year-old was taken from a Walmart store in Florida while she was shopping with her mother.
Saturday's search of Aaron Hernandez's Massachusetts home involved several officers, including one carrying a crowbar, and locksmiths.
Five of the six New England states, including Maine, have more primary care doctors per capita than most of the rest of the country.
The 44-year-old man, an employee of Eastern Maine Electric, had been called to a power outage on Friday.
A police official says Donald James Smith befriended 8-year-old Charish Perriwinkle and her mother Friday night at a dollar store and offered to buy them clothes at Wal-Mart.
The president says in an online video that he'll lay out his vision for reducing carbon pollution, preparing the U.S. for the effects of climate change and leading other nations in the global effort.
A new search Saturday of Hernandez's home involved several officers accompanied by what appeared to be crime scene experts.
Connoisseurs travel from all over to sample suds at The Festival, where beer-tasting sessions cost $65 a head.
Janet Mills is named woman of the year by Emerge Maine, an organization that recruits and trains Democratic women to seek office.
Some heard Trayvon Martin screaming, others heard George Zimmerman, whose trial starts Monday.
No spectators were injured at Dayton International Airport at the Vectren Air Show.
In general, the extradition agreement between the U.S. and Hong Kong excepts political offenses from the obligation to turn over a person, however Hong Kong could consider the charges under the Espionage Act political crimes.
Allan Simonsen, 34, dies following a crash about 10 minutes into the race.
Investigators say there were unexplained injuries to a 9-month-old who died at Maine Medical Center.
The 1997 Tour de France winner tells a German magazine he received blood-doping treatment from a Spanish doctor.
Neither the driver nor the passenger were wearing helmets, rescue officials said.
Thirty-three firefighters from five departments battled the 2:38 A.M. blaze that destroys a house on Champion Road.
When the project is completed next summer, Maine will be among the first states to have a next-generation emergency response network in place statewide.
Participants mountain bike, paddle and run over a rugged wilderness course at Carrabassett Valley and Sugarloaf ski resort using maps and compasses.
The unhealthy air is expected into next week, especially along the coast due to high ground ozone levels.
Officials await a signed budget from the state before they set up a new clinic after the Portland one shuttered due to budget uncertainties.
Report alleges hospital ignored workers' concerns / Girl mauled by Rottweiler arrives in Boston / Slain MIT police officer to be honored ... and more news from the region.
An organization is distributing literature which argues the drug is safer than the alcoholic drinks being touted at the festival.
An eight-piece brass band helps bring Talking Heads songs as well as new collaborations to life.
From lobster rolls in Freeport to beachfront exercises in Kennebunk to carousels in Old Orchard Beach, Mainers enjoyed the first 24 hours of summer.
Two people hospitalized after brawl involving 50 / Corinth woman pleads guilty to stealing drugs from mail ... and more news from around the state.
In academic circles, it's an article of faith that summer means backsliding for some students, especially low-income students.
When delays in Scarborough ran up to 45 minutes, officials decided to stop doing construction during the day.
The governor apologizes, but Mainers with North Woods roots aren't in a forgiving mood.