He will join the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee on a fact-finding mission.
Do they boycott the Sicilian slabs and Luna bread he was known for, or heed their stomachs?
Six groups have joined a lawsuit by the Portland Press Herald that seeks the release of transcripts of 911 calls related to a 2012 double killing in Biddeford.
With thunderstorms in the forecast into next week, authorities urge motorists to be prepared for poor conditions.
Exit 15 northbound will reopen and a new on-ramp will open on I-295 in Yarmouth on Monday, state transportation officials said.
Said Abdullahi, who lists no home address, took $39 from a man at the corner of State and Pine streets on Wednesday night, police said.
Legislation will allow University of Maine to compete in bidding process.
Hannah Prince is a 2010 graduate of Gorham High School.
Car driven by 82-year-old went off the road and landed upside down.
House Republicans are scheduled to hold a closed-door meeting on the issue shortly after they return from their July 4 holiday but their approach so far has been piecemeal.
'Financial challenges' prompted the largest hospital in Maine to look for ways to reduce all of its expenses.
The violations, according to police, occurred at Friendly’s Market, Olde Town Country Store, Barefoot Boy Restaurant and Jumpin' Jake's.
Warrants accuse Wendy Wright, 33, of attempting to cause serious bodily injury to the children, ages 6 and 7, by inducing them to consume bleach.
Among those featured at the Waterville event will be Keith Carradine and Jonathan Demme and, as always, Maine-made films will be a focus.
Shannon Richardson, 35, is charged with two counts of mailing a threatening communication and one count of making a threat against the president of the United States.
'The Bus' has been the source of multiple rescues since it was made famous, first by Jon Krakauer's book published in 1996 and then by Sean Penn's 2007 film.
A shortened version of a documentary about Christopher Knight, better known as the North Pond Hermit, will be aired during the Maine International Film Festival, which begins July 12 in Waterville.
The former agent who supervised Bulger's FBI handler, John Connolly, faces tough questions.
The two states have applied for a federal grant to replace the decaying Sarah Mildred Long Bridge.
Another man wanted in connection with the killing of Odin Lloyd in Massachusetts was arrested in Florida on Friday.
The body of a man was carried out of the house, which has six apartments.
Some pharmacists worry that the measure will open the state's borders to counterfeit drugs.
Russian authorities may be thwarting Ecuador's attempt to grant asylum to the man who leaked NSA classified documents and who now sits in a transit area of the Moscow airport.
The bar's owner confirmed that his business was involved in the investigation, but declined to comment further.
A proposed network with MaineHealth that excludes some hospitals has come under fire from doctors and patients.
Neighbors and a police officer describe events the night that George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin.
The president arrives in South Africa, but whether he'll meet with the gravely ill Nelson Mandela remains in question.
The rain is a factor in a series of crashes, including one in which a northbound car apparently hit a cement block in the roadway on Tukey's Bridge in Portland, police said.
Barely a week off probation, a Monmouth man was caught with sexually explicit movies of children under 12.
Health experts say poor hand cleanliness is a factor in hospital-borne infections that kill tens of thousands of Americans each year. Still, experts believe hospital workers wash up, at best, about 50 percent of the time.
The investigation of the leak about the Iran cyberattack is one of a number of national security leak investigations that have been started by the Obama administration.
The spike reflects a shift in production to Mexico after a U.S. crackdown on domestic labs and the Sinaloa cartel's new hold on the prized Tijuana-San Diego smuggling corridor.
Aaron Hernandez is remembered as a fun-loving teenager at Bristol Central High School, where he followed in the footsteps of his older brother D.J.
The state says student proficiency at the Lewiston school is below state and district averages in all subjects.
Under the new law, stores will be banned from selling lead sinkers and lures beginning Sept. 1, 2016.
More than 200 students and teachers rally outside City Hall as building plans are discussed.
A state commission will review costs of the unified county jail system and the Board of Corrections.
Never, in the 51 years since she was born, have I been happier for my kid sister . . .
The spacecraft sees a sharp drop-off in solar particles, but the sun's magnetic field is still registering.
The party leadership must find a way to reach out to centrist voters without alienating conservatives.
The grocer switches to discounts on hundreds of items, like Hannaford, as both face increased competition for shoppers.
With only 10 percent of its waste getting recycled, Biddeford will join other Maine towns by enforcing over-the-limit trash fees.
Sen. Seth Goodall is expected to take a job with the Small Business Administration.