Both sides intensify their get-out-the-vote efforts in an election expected to have low turnout.
Is it worth risking hundreds of millions of dollars in foreign investment to help the University of Maine? Gov. LePage says yes.
They say Danielle Malcolm cherished her 9-month-old daughter, who died last week at Maine Medical Center.
Two Maine groups are collaborating on a project to collect data on coastal Maine's striped bass.
Chicago scores twice in the final 1:16 of regulation to beat Boston 3-2 and win their second title in four seasons.
Hathaway, a celebrated World War II pilot, ended the legendary political career of Sen. Margaret Chase Smith in an upset election in 1972.
At issue is a state law that creates a 35-foot buffer zone around reproductive health care facilities to keep protesters away from patients.
Both Maine Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King voted to proceed with consideration of the measure, although Collins blasted a border-security surge.
The woman who was allegedly attacked has moved out of state and authorities could not find her.
But attorneys for the accused mobster, on trial in Boston, contend he paid FBI agents for information.
High levels of ground-level ozone mean people with respiratory problems should remain inside.
The sword had a sheath on it that was torn and the blade cut a man's arm, police said.
The creator acknowledges the onscreen body count is high, but questions whether there is any connection between fictional and real-life violence.
The male named Rusty went missing from the National Zoo on Monday, and it wasn't clear if he was taken by a human or somehow escaped on his own.
The hospital moves some surgeries to other locations as seven rooms are likely to be out of service for a few weeks.
President Rafael Correa said on Twitter that "we will take the decision that we feel most suitable," based on the principles of human rights.
The U.S. assumes NSA leaker Edward Snowden remains in Russia, and officials are working to have him returned to America to face charges.
Justices rule that someone must be able to hire and fire someone to be considered a supervisor in cases of alleged discrimination and retaliation.
Democrats say they have enough votes to override the veto, but if they don't, Maine's government will likely shut down.
The lawsuit, filed in February 2012, had argued that a cost-saving measure to freeze and then cap certain benefits violated a state contractual commitment.
Starting Oct. 1, consumers will be able to go online to healthcare.gov and compare private insurance plans.
'There's a lot of street-level prostitution going on, more than we've seen in recent years,' said Assistant Chief Vern Malloch.
Some law-enforcement officers don wetsuits and also search near where they found the body of a semi-pro football player who was friends with the Patriots' tight end.
Prosecutors say he was an FBI informant for 15 years, providing information on the rival New England Mafia.
Pierce Island is where police believe the body of 19-year-old UNH student Elizabeth 'Lizzi' Marriott was dumped by Seth Mazzaglia, who is charged with killing her.
The two hospitality groups will have one manager, but keep their own boards of directors, committees, staff and budget.
The ruling creates a legal oddity in which people who are hurt by a brand-name drug can sue the drug maker for damages, but the same is not true for those who take a generic drug.
In one of the great upsets in tournament history, Nadal was knocked out Monday by the 135th-ranked player in the world.
A three-year-old plan to install artist-designed benches on the city's Bayside Trail has been halted because the price ultimately was too high.
AMC encourages visitors to go to its website and post photos they've taken of their stays in the huts.
Officials say the paddlers couldn't have made it to Eagle Island and back and were poorly equipped.
The case is similar to one argued before the Maine Supreme Court this month involving children who identify as the opposite gender.
On Monday, the Supreme Court rejected a challenge by the American Petroleum Institute to block sales of a new ethanol gasoline blend.
The former Italian premier, 76, also was barred from holding public office for life, but there are two more levels of appeal before the sentence becomes final.
A recovering addict, he says he's partly to blame for the rush to legalize because he didn’t speak out sooner.
Its 7-1 decision avoids the larger constitutional issues around continued use of race as a factor in college admissions.
The justices will review a federal appeals court ruling that found Obama overstepped his authority when he bypassed the Senate last year to fill vacancies on the National Labor Relations Board.
The new distribution center will allow the statewide food bank to better serve hunger relief agencies in York County.
The labor action reflects uneasiness among workers about their jobs amid China's slowing economic growth and the sense that growing labor costs make the country less attractive for some foreign-owned factories.
The founder of the WikiLeaks secret-spilling organization, Julian Assange, insisted he couldn't go into details about where Snowden is.
Police said 48-year-old Bryce Griswold of Mendon, Mass., collapsed and became unconscious due to an apparent medical condition.
George Zimmerman was fed up with "punks" getting away with crime and shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin "because he wanted to," prosecutors say during opening statements.
The New Orleans Police Department said in a news release the girl was home alone Sunday, somehow found her mother's revolver, and accidentally shot herself in the head.
Supporters say the bill will raise the standard of women's health care, but opponents point out the bill would shut down 37 out of 42 abortion clinics in the state.
South Africa's president says doctors are working to keep the 94-year-old anti-apartheid hero comfortable and asks the country to pray for him.
The state holds on to its 13th place national ranking in the annual Kids Count survey released Monday.
The governor asks for a federal environmental review if a Montreal-to-Portland flow is proposed.
The city just north of Boston supports an effort backed by Steve Wynn's company.
A variety of programs help them transition to student life, given their special circumstances.
The scientist won top awards and laid the framework for a Nobel Prize win.
The arrest of her son, Marquette Frye, touched off six days of tumult that killed 34 people.
Karen Klein was able to retire after four kids bullied her.
Three men meet atop Mount Washington where, in a 1963 storm, one man broke the rules to save the other two.
Leona McKenna of Augusta made her first jump Saturday and she says the experience was life-affirming.
Congress weighs a change that ends U.S. subsidies, but farmers here prefer a plan that could cost consumers.
Despite state standards, some sheriffs prefer video-only visits so contraband can't be smuggled.
Differing priorities strain the union of Regional School Unit 5's towns of Freeport, Durham and Pownal.
Kennebec Valley Community College will teach students organic farming in its sustainable agriculture program.
Eric Weinrich of Yarmouth played five seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks.