The pair are charged with setting a fire that damaged their home in Palmyra five years ago.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's bill is co-sponsored by six Democrats plus Sen. Angus King of Maine.
The boy was retrieving a musical instrument from a storage bin under the bus as the driver pulled away.
Mr. Tarkinson rose to success from humble beginnings. He grew up in Lowell, the son of Armenian immigrants, and didn't learn English until he was five.
Prosecutors say they expect to bring more serious charges in the death of an infant.
But the 8-5 vote engineered by Democrats will face a challenge in the Legislature and could be vetoed by Gov. Paul LePage.
Town Clerk Kim McLaughlin said the council did not receive background information on candidates in time for the meeting.
Students shouting on planes. The school president watching in South Korea. Joy on social media: Harvard University officially has basketball fever.
Officials said the larger numbers provide further evidence that the state's deer herd is recovering following harsh winters in 2008 and 2009.
Route 100 in New Gloucester is likely to be closed for four to five hours after a car collided with a utility pole.
Democrat Seth Goodall says his bill is the best way to repay hospitals.
But these smaller, lighter-traffic airports won't be shut down because of the sequestration cuts.
Arthur "Ron" Dodge, 54, is charged with gross sexual assault for an incident that allegedly happened last year at Dodge's home.
The mayor also wants the attorney general to look into financial mismanagement and how the commission reviewed its application.
Six-year-old Nathan Capponi was playing on his scooter when his father accidentally ran over him with a plow Wednesday.
All but four of the children who died were old enough to be vaccinated, but 90 percent of them did not get vaccinated, CDC officials said.
Saturday's effort, dubbed "Maine Helps," will collect tools and supplies to assist people affected by Hurricane Sandy in the New York area,
Maine Independent Sen. Angus King, who caucuses with the Democrats, also voted for repeal of the special tax on medical devices.
Increasingly, stores are turning to smartphones and tablets as a more convenient checkout tool.
Beth Schultz has requested a hearing in front of the school board, which voted last month not to renew her contract.
Much of a hearing on confidentiality also serves as a forum for criticisms of the proposed $2 billion project.
The governor's education conference offers an empowering message, but teachers' unions find fault.
The Messalonskee Middle School student was taken by ambulance to a Waterville hospital early Friday.
Brian Petrovek, who had a blood alcohol level more than three times the legal limit, avoids jail time as part of the plea deal.
Allissa Parker said she told Peter Lanza that there was an opportunity to learn from the killings and his cooperation was vital.
Scalia will be the keynote speaker at the annual law school alumni dinner tonight.
Gail Judd on Thursday entered her plea to the stabbing death of 47-year-old Michael Drouin in February 2012.
Court records indicate a majority of the dogs were deemed very thin or emaciated.
Obama lays wreaths at the graves of Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism, and former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, who was assassinated in 1995.
A petition initiated by a resident says the head of Byron's select board subjected town residents "to ridicule, embarrassment and disrepute."
The city's health code forbids keeping them as pets, forcing pig owners to operate in secret, taking the risk that an unhappy neighbor might squeal.
For the next 10 weeks, fishermen will catch the tiny translucent eels, known as elvers, in nets as they swim up coastal rivers and streams.
The Maine Association of Realtors says real estate agents sold 593 homes last month, down from 624 a year ago.
The two men and one woman were part of the staff at the officer candidates school on the sprawling base in northern Virginia.
They say the new school superintendent must identify another $1.5 million in budget cuts.
In honor of the college's 200th year, all honorary degree recipients are alumni.
Police looking for men who robbed, shot cab driver / Two-day yoga festival to feature 30 instructors / Distributor to soup kitchens looking for new warehouse ... and more news from around the state.
Dear Governor: You've transformed into a perfectly rational human being. I don't know what happened, but it's nice to have you aboard.
Cancellations of cruises on other ships taken out of service are not likely to affect the Carnival Glory.
The agreement leaves cuts of $85 billion in place and is reached despite much political posturing.
The vote will help support a $38 million high-rise development that will include retail and living space.
The laws of supply and demand are working – just not the way motorists in the U.S. would like.
As technology improves, they not only help the disabled, but are becoming power-assist devices for others.
Many federally funded programs around the state are still bracing for cutbacks in their budgets.
A Liberian peace activist tells Maine students that following their passions can change the world.