From Fort Kent to Wells, communities are trying to preserve – or create – livable, walkable villages.
Justices could apply caution when they hear historic arguments this week.
In Westbrook, the trend is especially evident, changing the fabric of the former mill town.
A donation of 45 acres of land along the Kennebec River will help connect a network of trails in the area and provide a new link to a 2,500-mile mostly paved trail that connects cities from Maine to Florida.
Parker Sanderson becomes the first Bangor player chosen as the best senior in Class A hockey.
The first American in the junior men’s race is another Maine native, Matt McClintock of Athens.
Three Maine hearings will be held in April on proposed catch regulations.
The suspect stole narcotics he later ingested in a suicide attempt, police said.
No oil spilled in a recent derailment, but there are still concerns about the growing volume being carried across the state to a New Brunswick refinery.
The Department of Environmental Protection will hear from the public on Thursday about the proposed Hancock County development.
Jenna Eagleton and Caroline Curry, who plan to wed in October, take the $100,000 prize from Real Maine Weddings.
The 16-year-old suffers head injuries in the accident on the Candy Side trail.
After saying Mass, the new pontiff gets close to the people overflowing from St. Peter's Square.
An early morning fire Sunday destroyed a two-story home and business on Bean Road in Mount Vernon, but homeowner Eric Whitehouse and his dog escaped the blaze unhurt.
University police investigate the alleged dorm assault on a woman who isn't a student.
Another 13 tickets worth $1 million apiece were sold in several states.
The Workforce and Economic Future committee will tour a shipyard and hold a hearing on Monday.
The Arundel man is accused of being one of four people with guns who forced their way into a Winthrop woman's home.
The two men jumped separately and reportedly did not deploy their main parachutes.
The Livermore Falls man stole cash and radios from Titcomb and Spruce mountains.
Thousands of people around the state visit sugarhouses to see production of maple treats and taste the results.
An Augusta man takes a shovel approach to luring his two teens outside and away from Internet.
Farmington's public works director says he checks the Sandy River daily, hoping it hasn't risen.
A Winslow committee is reaching out to farmers and landowners to learn how the town is doing.
Pharmaceutical firms reduce fees to physicians for speaking engagements amid wider disclosure, but increase money paid for research.
Not only is funding in jeopardy, but the state's child welfare bureaucracy failed to anticipate the growing need, fueled by drug use and addiction.
Recognized for its longevity, the group endures its first change in membership since forming in 1969.