The husband of the Norridgewock facility's owner is accused of molesting three children.
The moratorium, which starts April 16, will apply to lodging units within 1,000 feet of Route 1.
Back from Afghanistan, Spec. Travis McGuire surprises Megan McGuire at sports pub.
Legislators table two others, including a name change for Big Moose Mountain, and amend one.
Art restorers will raise funds to repair the painting of William Pitt Fessenden and others found in Portland City Hall.
The man who killed a boy in 1997 suspects the previous denial of his request was 'punitive.'
A Facebook post says Bull Jagger will close, but its lagers will be sold in Maine while supplies last.
Plastic toy grenade leads to evacuation / State suspends teacher over hunting incident / Stomach illness sickens Brown University students ... and more news from around the region.
N.H. farmers preparing for Maple Weekend bemoan the cold that's holding up production.
They say election laws already skew toward the interests of wealthy donors, and defunding the program would only worsen the problem.
Like in a recent high-profile Ohio rape case, the accuser has been taunted online by other students.
Since 2007, sewers have failed at least 22 times, contaminating waterways.
Townspeople in Greene express support for the family after the tragic death of 6-year-old Nathan Capponi.
Her moderate politics are sometimes out of step with an increasingly conservative national GOP, but Washington Republicans want her to seek a fourth term.
Among the library's most pressing needs: replacing a copper roof that was originally installed in 1912.
Since 2007, the city's sewer system has failed on at least 22 occasions, some of which discharged tens of thousands of gallons of sewage onto roadways and into nearby water bodies.
The Yankees and Red Sox will wear a special ribbon on their uniforms. Baseball commissioner Bud Selig has asked that all other 28 major league teams wear the ribbon during their opening games.
Environmentalists and industry set up stringent, but voluntary, guidelines for gas and oil drillers.
Stocks rise after Bernanke says interest rates will be kept low at least until the jobless rate hits 6.5 percent.
Maine says it will take part in wider eligibility if the Obama administration picks up the costs for 10 years.
He was killed while answering his front door, raising questions about whether the attack had anything to do with his job.
The Maine Forest Service has gotten a dozen complaints from landowners finding taps in their maple trees with buckets or jugs underneath to collect the sap.
The governor, however, hasn't stuck to his vow to veto all bills sent to him before paying off that debt.
The bills require background checks for private and online gun sales and ban ammunition magazines that hold more than 15 rounds.
President Obama will choose a nominee to replace District Judge George Singal, who is taking senior status on July 31.
The proposed $100 million bond package would also fund other transportation projects.
Democratic critics say even a joke suggesting the current president might get shot was inappropriate, especially from a public safety official.
But lawyers for Mark Strong Sr. are recommending that he serve no more than two weeks, and are asking 12 of the 13 verdicts to be invalidated.
Two days after he fled, handcuffed, from a sheriff's cruiser, Kevin Lawlor of Standish turned himself in.
A Maine state trooper noticed a license with hand-drawn numbers.
Their son was a 14-year-old high school freshman in 2010 when four people tattooed a lewd image and words on his backside.
The race has drawn national attention because of Mark Sanford's well-known fall from grace and Colbert Busch's relationship to Stephen Colbert.
The U.S. president vowed he would do "what is necessary" to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
Options under consideration include using aircraft to impose a no-fly zone, providing military assistance to the rebels and imposing arms embargoes.
Economists say low-wage workers were hit particularly hard by an increase in Social Security payroll taxes resulting from "fiscal cliff" negotiations late last year.
The bill would require police to get a warrant to obtain location information, except in certain dire situations.
The snow has delayed work to prepare the southbound off-ramp at the Falmouth spur for closing.
Attention all business schools: If you're in the market for a new case study on the perils and pitfalls of product naming, I've got a story for you . . .
Mr. Eaton lived in Buxton his whole life, and was recognized with the Boston Post Cane in 2008 as the town's oldest resident.
In a odd phenomenon, Moorish Americans are invoking their rights to foreclosed properties.
Three Mainers arrested in N.J. eel-poaching incident/ LePage defends state education spending plan ... and more news from around the state.
No charges will be filed against a man who posted online a photo of his young son holding a military-style rifle.
Civilian employees at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard will rally Thursday against across-the-board budget cuts.