Youth rescued from river after report by passer-by / Manufacturer to move into airfield building / Man's body discovered after fire at mobile home . . . and more news from around Maine.
Lawyer pay and other judicial system issues will be discussed at 1 p.m. Friday at the State House.
Portland's proposed ban on Styrofoam containers stirs up discussion on the very personal matter of how a cup of coffee feels, looks and, ultimately, tastes.
A study of mummies says heart disease has stalked mankind all around the globe for 4,000 years.
Four town managers have come and gone in 10 years, and the atmosphere is getting uglier.
The North shuts down a Red Cross hotline that the North and South have used for general communication and to discuss aid shipments and separated families' reunions.
Weekly visits from the L.C. Bates Museum in Fairfield take its natural science exhibits into classrooms.
Two years after the tsunami and nuclear disaster, the nation is still struggling to recover.
The stance puts tea party conservatives at odds with those who want to find common ground with the president on the nation's fiscal woes.
Maine chefs and mixologists seek honors for their choicest creations at Sunday's Signature Event.
The singer-songwriter brings her 'Greatest Hits' tour to Portland.
A conservation easement saves 90 acres of Comstock Farm from development.
With a shipping link to Europe and a railroad link to interior North America, the city is poised again for hub status.
The home's owners and their three children were away when fire broke out in the kitchen.
The Afghan president accuses the U.S. of stoking violence, leading to cancellation of a key event.
Topsham police say the man jumped off the Frank Wood Bridge.
The former state senator is adept at mobilizing gun owners and mixing it up with news media.
Clinical Services, which serves mentally ill people from across Maine, will close in June if its budget is not restored.
The lobster fishery wins the Marine Stewardship Council's Sustainable Seafood Certification.
Tiger Woods is never seriously threatened on his way to victory at the Cadillac Championship.
Molnlycke will manufacture medical devices and wound care products from a new facility at Brunswick Landing.
Princess Lilian and Prince Bertil were both in their 60s when they finally, in 1976, received the king's blessing to marry.
The boy crawls to safety on a ladder after rescue personnel arrive in response to a passer-by's call.
Investigators believe the body was that of Shawn Whitington, 36, who lived at the mobile home with his girlfriend and daughter.
David Ross gets his first hit of the spring – a three-run homer.
Oklahoma City pulls away early in the fourth quarter in its 91-79 victory.
The man and three others were charged with breaking into a 72-year-old woman's home in Unity and taking money.
Maine allows 70 points in the second half of its 108-83 loss to Canton.
The organizers said in a statement suspensions would not be appropriate because one team and possibly both will not advance to the second round.
The titles go from the 1960s Silver Age to contemporary issues with characters including Wasp, Mr. Fantastic, Power Man and Iron Fist.
It's the first decrease in gas prices since late December.
U.S. and NATO forces commander Gen. Joseph Dunford said Karzai had never expressed such views to him.
Shawn Whitington, 36, died in the fire.
The winner of the Chaine des Rotisseurs' Jeunes Chefs Rotisseur Competition regional cookoff will go on to compete nationally.
Sunday night's show at TD Garden is postponed because the singer has laryngitis.
Lawmakers say, however, they will be careful not to rush too quickly into the president's embrace.
The United States beats Italy 6-2 and faces Canada Sunday with the winner advancing into the second round.
The governor is making public letters of support, in advance of Monday's hearing on the issue.
One of the injured is taken to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston with internal injuries.
Four community meetings will be held in the Augusta area in the next month to raise consumer awareness.
Maine’s public access advocate says Jeff Mao’s ‘credibility has suffered’ over failure to back up documents on state networks.
Activists say they expect Brenda Kielty to evolve in the new position, even if the law ‘basically renders her a diplomat.’
Despite failed efforts in the past, some in Augusta believe that a downtown manager could bring new life to the city's downtown – with the right combination of direction, backing and person.
James Casso picks up cadavers and prepares them for study by medical students in Connecticut.