Some types used by a Maine dispensary operation seem safe – but when smoked, the risk is unclear, officials say.
Increased natural gas supplies and cheaper electricity would be among the benefits, advocates say.
Critics have charged that renewable energy developments are getting approval too easily.
Corey Wayne Hall, 28, of Oakland, was arrested Friday night on charges of domestic assault, cruelty to animals and obstructing the report of a crime.
Clayton Buzzell, 18, of Clinton was listed in critical condition Tuesday at a Portland hospital after being injured in a fire over the weekend that destroyed the second floor of his family's home.
Charles Raybine, 47, of 6 Rathier St., who was killed early Tuesday morning, had previously survived being shot four times in 2003.
The bill, supported by the Department of Corrections, would have barred prisoners from seeking protection from vindictive officers.
Rogers, from Orrs Island, was placed on the DL because of “right shoulder disability.
Pornography seized from Paul Roussele, 45, included videos of sadomasochism and bondage of preteen girls and sexual molestation of toddlers.
The NTSB says Dr. Louis Hanson told air traffic controllers before crashing that he'd experienced a total power loss and was not going to be able to glide back to shore.
Julia Pierson, currently the agency's chief of staff, does not need to be confirmed by the Senate.
Authorities say the 87-year-old Connecticut man drove in the shoulder next to the high-speed lane before he was stopped in Grafton.
A detective sergeant who was working in the Special Investigations Unit in Manchester turned himself in to police Tuesday – four days after two teenage boys were hit from behind.
Mayor Robert Macdonald says 50 are being removed for fraud, and the other 34 for not fulfilling obligations like completing job training.
Support Solutions improperly billed Medicare and MaineCare for services provided by a program manager who had been excluded from participating in federal health care programs.
This year's festival included performances by Blues Traveler's John Popper and Spin Doctors' Chris Barron.
The Rev. Stephen Foote, who mailed suboxone to two jail inmates, pleaded guilty Tuesday to a misdemeanor charge of possession of the prescription medication.
The Democratic-backed bill could make Maine the fourth state to prohibit anyone under 18 from indoor tanning.
The governor, who's on vacation, hasn't decided whether the state should accept the government's offer of 100 percent funding for three years and 90 percent in the fourth.
Isaac White of Fryeburg and Walter Peek-Antolin of Brownfield, both 20, are accused of stealing a woman's purse at gunpoint.
The Swedish version of the word – "ogooglebar" – made the Language Council of Sweden's list of words that have entered common parlance.
The North Korean army's Supreme Command said it will take "practical military action" to protect national sovereignty and its leadership in response to what it called U.S. and South Korean plots to attack.
Police evacuated the college's main campus today after a student reported seeing the word 'bomb' scrawled in a bathroom.
The grade is a notch above the 'D-' it received in 2012 and follows Gov. Paul LePage's creation of Maine Open Checkbook.
Ed Jarrett of Wiscasset, holder of the world record, will attempt to break it with an even taller sandcastle in New Jersey.
A Rutgers professor declared his candidacy for the Iranian presidency last year. He's now well into a quixotic quest that has taken him on fundraising jaunts from New York to California to Dubai and, finally, to Iran next month.
The privately owned, unmanned capsule brings back more than a ton of science experiments and old International Space Station equipment. NASA is paying SpaceX more than $1 billion for a dozen round-trip missions.
The weapon match is part of a puzzle that authorities in two states are trying to piece together in the shooting death of corrections chief Tom Clements.
The Biddeford man was shot to death inside his car in the parking lot of the Parish Place Apartment complex, police said.
Justice Anthony Kennedy, the potentially decisive vote on a closely divided court, suggested that the court could dismiss the case with no ruling at all.
The new Memorial Bridge between Kittery and Portsmouth is scheduled to be open to traffic this summer.
Prosecutors say Kyle Howard, 23, abused the 3-year-old girl while he was taking care of her at her house last August.
This is the time of year when drivers of four-wheel-drive pickups and other vehicles look for muddy roads and fields where they can slip, slide and spin their wheels.
An appeals court is ordered to re-hear the murder case against the American and her Italian-ex-boyfriend.
The animal that died under a Kennebunk home's porch last week has been identified as a rare white coyote.
The charter commission urges voters to make the switch as the demands on the growing town's government change.
Democrat says 40 million in U.S. have no paid sick days, forcing them to work while they are ill or forfeit income.
Police say Michael Femling secretly taped the girls with a hidden camera at a Westbrook residence between 2009 and 2011.
The N.H. measure would provide immunity for calling 911 to report a drug or alcohol emergency.
The Gorham committee will unveil its study on the possibility of providing a full-day program for kids.
Tickets to Supreme Court arguments that begin today are technically free. But getting them requires lining up days or hours ahead, or paying someone else to.
A plan to expand funding to promote sales may help dealers, but they doubt any benefits will trickle down to them.