District 2 voters in Freeport will elect a councilor Wednesday to finish an unexpired term.
Man convicted of assault after punching neighbor / Board OKs zoning change for more student housing / Wilton woman, man cleared of most serious charges ... and more news from around the state.
Sen. Susan Collins indicates that she would support locating an anti-nuke missile defense system in the Caribou area in northern Maine.
Police dogs found Troy Crawford's body about 300 yards from his vehicle.
Tiffany Bates plans to show that she's a team player Sunday. Besides, the event is for the kids.
Staffers are told to consider new options, including breaking windows to escape and running zigzag when in the open.
The measure aims to punish minors short of treating them as sexual predators or criminals.
New Patriots receiver Danny Amendola is used to following in Wes Welker's footsteps . . .
The city plans to better market the course; implement more youth programs; hire a professional golfer; and build a new club house on the South Course.
Officers descend on a Congress Street high-rise after two people fire shots in a sixth-floor hallway.
Tammy Cole, whose sons were gunned down by Rory Holland, says she aims 'to make his life hell.'
But New England reaches a four-year deal with cornerback Kyle Arrington, and a three-year deal with wide receiver Donald Jones.
The two senators urge the attorney general to extradite scam leaders for prosecution in the U.S.
Daniel Minter has received the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor for his work on the children's book "Ellen’s Broom."
The proposal calls for a 125- to 150-room hotel, a 14,500-square-foot retail store and a 4,500-square-foot "quick serve" restaurant.
But the settlement is well below the $1.5 million in sewer fees that were never billed.
Two rival groups are now collecting signatures and targeting different councilors, meaning all seven could face recall votes.
The sentence, which reflects Casey Fury's disregard for the safety of others, also seeks $400 million in restitution.
All proceeds from the event will support the organization’s free writing programs for Maine youth.
This will be the 16th running of the race, which is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 3, in Cape Elizabeth.
The governor's lifts the state's ban on sales of alcohol between 6 and 9 a.m. on Sundays when St. Patrick's Day falls on a Sunday, as it does this year.
Other popular shows like "Sex and the City" and "The Sopranos" have generated interest in the filming locations, but "Breaking Bad" has seen a unique twist.
Some victims are calling on the new Roman Catholic leader to defrock U.S. cardinals who covered up for pedophile priests, formally apologize and order the release of all confidential church files from every diocese.
Dean Martin Jr. was convicted of felony assault for the October attack on Hutch McPheters. The men lived across the street from each other.
A Bowdoin official says the dorm plan is part of an ongoing effort to consolidate students who are now scattered around town.
It is believed that the elusive cats number only in the hundreds in the Lower 48 states, including Maine, but federal wildlife officials say it's hard to know for certain.
The former presidential candidate pledges to help Republicans in his first public speech since last November's election loss.
The Somerset Economic Development Corp. voted to support the idea after a presentation from construction firm Cianbro Corp.
The research would be paid for with revenue from federal oil and gas leases on offshore drilling and not add to the deficit.
U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud sends a letter to the president outlining major concerns for Maine's pulp and paper sector.
The Shanghai municipal government has repeatedly assured the city's 23 million residents that tap water remains safe.
The sponsor says the measure builds on last year's speed-limit increase on I-95.
U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, says he had a change of heart after he learned one of his sons is gay.
Under a plea agreement, Casey James Fury faces a sentence of 15 to 19 years for the fire that caused $450 million in damage.
Unsightly spit prompts ban on chewing tobacco / East End School to host fair for summer camps / Trial begins in killing of Lewiston woman ... and more news from around the state.
Countries known today for poverty are showing rapid increases in education and social service investments,
In the words of a Scarborough woman, "It's an attractive quality, because not many people have it. When you do, you know your own worth and you're not egotistical."
The newspaper appeals to the state's highest court a judge's decision to deny release of 911 transcripts.
A consultant said the city could enter into a long-term lease with a golf course management company, but the city manager decides against that.
The show will feature more than 200 exhibitors and more than 100 custom built boats, from cruisers and yachts to dories and sailboats.
The list includes 20 newcomers, highlighted by artists living and working in Maine or who are closely associated with the state.