Recognized for its longevity, the group endures its first change in membership since forming in 1969.
Baxter Academy's board will be asked for updates on school curriculum, staffing and finances.
Middle school jazz students from all over the state competed in Westbrook on Saturday.
Maine Sens. Angus King and Susan Collins split their votes on the Senate blueprint for spending.
Towns can choose to pay for repairs themselves or wait for state aid, which could take several years.
South Portland High's musicals are completely self-funded, engage a wide range of kids and traditionally pack the auditorium
Even organic farmers in the region find that they are competing in a global marketplace.
New England baseball fans crave a season far from last year's disastrous one.
Kings and queens duke it out for the fastest speed in the downhill Mattress Race at Shawnee Peak.
Fire stations in Portland are collecting tools and supplies for a relief effort.
More than 200 high school students are in Bar Harbor Saturday to try to qualify for the next level in Phoenix.
Chamber members say that expanding Medicaid, called MaineCare in the state, will help low-income workers obtain affordable health coverage.
Legislators are offered two bills – one to study the idea of charging tolls, the other to impose tolls on three-lane sections of I-295.
The six-minute video, produced for a training conference, earns the IRS a rebuke from Congress for wasting taxpayer dollars.
At the historic lunch Saturday, the emeritus pope, walking with a cane, looked frail compared to the robust 76-year-old Francis.
'This is pretty spectacular,' he says as he takes a turn as tourist in Jordan before heading back to the U.S. Saturday afternoon.
The victim is found unconscious at the bottom of a stairway at 25 Palmer St.
Maine's senators split their votes on the $3.7 trillion budget for next year, which embraces nearly $1 trillion in tax increases over the coming decade.
The effort is designed to overcome disaster fatigue, which occurs when immediate dangers of the storm have passed and news coverage ceases, but the need still remains.
The end of the five-year legal battle over Riverwalk could open up the long-dormant parcel for development.
The Senate Democrats' version is a blueprint that would raise taxes on the wealthy and corporations.
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The woman, 22, penned the threatening note presented as part of a Jan. 22 robbery in Augusta.
Thin ice, prompting cancellations, has organizers fearing the Sebago Lake derby is slipping away.
A state board dismisses the mall owner's appeal of the city's 2009 assessment.
The brief but bright flash of light was seen as far south as Florida and as far north as New England.
A second patient came to the rescue of a mental health worker being assaulted, police say.
The pair are charged with setting a fire that damaged their home in Palmyra five years ago.