Individuals and small businesses in Maine can start learning about the health care process and all their options.
Dana White, who graduated from Hermon High, would hold the event in a new 8,000-seat facility.
The budget vote marked a noticeable shift: Not only did many Republicans buck the governor, but they did so loudly and visibly.
The group, who opposes fracking methods allegedly used to collect the oil, erected a makeshift wooden scaffold on the tracks to block the train's path.
The protesters tried to block a Pan Am train expected to pass through town Thursday evening by erecting a makeshift wooden scaffold on the tracks.
The report comes amid a growing sense in South Africa that Mandela is nearing the end of his life.
Two felony charges in one day were more than a bump in the NFL's offseason. They pointed to an ongoing problem for the league.
The humorist will perform in Bangor on July 27 and in Hampton Beach, N.H., on July 28.
The blockbuster deal would land the Celtics three first-round picks, and enable them to move on from their high-priced, aging stars.
The program, which began under President George W. Bush and revealed email logs but not content, continued until 2011.
It's still unclear who will be the No. 1 pick at tonight's NBA draft, but none will likely have the immediate impact of former top picks like LeBron James and Tim Duncan.
Prosecutors plan to seek charges against fellow inmate Guy Hunnewell in the killing of Alan Powell Jr.
The man was waving his shirt at cars on the highway in Kennebunk on Thursday afternoon.
Maine's senators support the bipartisan reforms, which include up to $30 billion for securing the Mexican border, but the House could still foil the historic plan.
Without congressional action, rates on subsidized Stafford loans are set to go from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent on July 1.
The accused mobster and killer swears at the former agent, calling him a liar.
The 30-count indictment against him reveals the handwritten note he scrawled into a boat the night he was captured.
Experts at the zoo say the female turtle appears healthy and is able to swim and walk.
Casco Bay Lines decided against doing $2.1 million worth of work in the summer so completion is expected by February.
A report released ahead of the July 4 tourist rush puts Maine low on the list of 30 coastal states.
But students ages 9 and 13 have improved their performances during the same period.
Gov. LePage and Dean Kamen help unveil the new institute, which will help students afford to participate and compete on robotics teams.
Paula Deen's multimillion-dollar merchandise and media empire continues to unravel following revelations that she used racial slurs in the past.
A preliminary report says turbulence from a passing truck probably caused the Trek Across Maine rider to lose his balance.
Obama said recognition of gay unions in the United States should cross state lines and that equal rights should be recognized universally.
The move comes as the nation faces U.S. pressure to avoid granting asylum to Edward Snowden.
The 66-year-old woman was driving south on Route 1 at 4:30 a.m. when she lost control.
Rachel Jeantel is one of the prosecution's most important witnesses because she bolsters the contention that George Zimmerman was the aggressor.
On Thursday night, Massachusetts state police said they were also seeking another man, Ernest Wallace, in connection with Olin Lloyd's killing.
Police responding to the liquor store theft spotted the suspects riding the bicycle down an alley.
The Texas governor has called a second special legislative session beginning July 1, allowing the GOP-controlled statehouse another crack at passing restrictions.
A telemarketing company is accused of placing more than 5 million calls to numbers on the national Do Not Call registry.
Michael Byron, who is also a city councilor in Augusta, was hired as town manager in Litchfield in January 2008.
The decision is seen as a major blow to the military's prosecution of Iraqi war crimes.
Officials said the children, ages 2 and 3, were crying, sweating and their faces were red when emergency crews arrived.
'The vandalism to our public facilities is getting to be expensive. It's nauseating,' says the town manager.
Snack foods will have to be less than 200 calories and have some nutritional value.
Celebrities, fellow actors and fans gather at a funeral for the 'Sopranos' actor in New York.
New federal restrictions and guidelines won't allow sugary, high-fat snacks in school vending machines.
Lightning hit a pole and knocked a major transmission line from a Manchester substation to the ground, according to CMP officials.
Police could be seen taking photos of a black folder that was removed from small, single-family house.
Nobody thought to look inside the tiny construction trailer rusting away on the Rockaway Peninsula in Queens.
Guy Hunnewell is accused of killing fellow inmate Alan Powell Jr., but state officials aren't saying what might have caused the attack.
Man arrested after seeking remote for stolen TV / Use of deadly force justified against apartment intruders ... and more news from around the region.
State Sen. Wendy Davis prevents a vote and gains admiration across the nation.
Petite Jacqueline is described as a 'commonality' between a food handler and a patron who fell ill.
But the unanimous vote for the sweeping bipartisan legislation comes with a price.
Automatic federal spending cuts and a lower unemployment rate mean extended benefits fall from 63 to 46 weeks.
Mainers will get some relief on property and income taxes, but also face a higher sales tax.
Operation Dry Water, a national campaign, is held each year on the weekend before the Fourth of July.
A measure passes easily after a compromise eliminated an option to grow plants at home.