Sales are on a roll for a roving business that gets many of its seafood products from Maine and offers them curbside.
Portland pitchers give up 14 walks, including five in a brief stint by Daniel Bard, in a loss to Manchester.
The chambers disagree on a bill that would – depending on other states' actions – ban ethanol.
Gerard Brady's punishment is ruled 'excessive' and he is reinstated to his position in the Sheriff's Office.
A state analysis of census data finds imbalance in all job sectors and counties.
Kyle Love had lost about 20 pounds before receiving the diagnosis about two weeks ago then gained about half of it back, his agent said.
The franchise's latest film, 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' opens widely Thursday, but Saco Cinemagic held a special screening Wednesday night.
The success with human embryos is hailed as a landmark in the search for new treatments.
The famed comedian will star in the new CBS comedy 'The Crazy Ones,' playing an unorthodox advertising executive.
A Dartmouth College rugby player has been charged with raping a female student, and police suspect there is at least one more victim.
Putting the puck past Henrik Lundqvist is a huge challenge for the Boston Bruins. Their task begins Thursday.
Her sentencing for the gruesome killing of Travis Alexander will come after testimony from his family and from witnesses who may plead for her life.
The governor issues a statement after his office receives angry phone calls from people who read 'outdated stickers' from the Baldacci era.
The work will begin Wednesday night and continue into the Fall months.
The FBI conducts an investigation for potential crimes after the IRS gave extra scrutiny to conservative groups, but some experts say it would be hard to prove employees knowingly violated the groups' rights.
The talking points were whittled down over the CIA’s objections after the State Department weighed in.
A visibly angry president says 'I will not tolerate this kind of behavior' and vows to also hold others who were involved accountable.
Ariel Castro is accused of kidnapping three women and holding them hostage for about 10 years.
Holder defends the move to collect AP phone records in an effort to hunt down sources who disclosed details of a CIA operation in Yemen to stop an airliner bombing plot.
Bikers will be eligible to receive refreshments and prizes from the Bicycle Coalition of Maine.
Jeffrey Cookson, convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend and a young boy in 1999, says if the victims' blood is found on another man's clothes, it could help exonerate him.
The accident happened near the Scarborough-South Portland town line.
In its request, the company says it has no plans to convert the Maine-to-Montreal pipeline to carry tar-sands oil.
Police say she gained entry into elderly residents' homes by saying she was from 'the agency.'
Most in Kittery will be exempt from furloughs, unlike the majority of Pentagon employees.
The Maine Hospital Association supports both concepts, but Republicans are angry about tying the two together and hospitals fear a LePage veto.
An arbitrator rules that Gerard Brady, a 34-year veteran, deserves a reprimand for his private work, but that his demotion was 'excessive.'
The Senate rejection follows a House vote in favor of the bill last week.
Extreme weather led to delays and extended the search for John Spencer and Ken Henderson.
Jason Twardus' attorney argues that police didn't share evidence that pointed to an alternative suspect.
Police said they had received several telephone calls today reporting the fake bills.
The flames quickly engulfed the boat and the crew donned survival suits and climbed into a life raft, a Coast Guard spokesman said.
The Senate also upholds Gov. Paul LePage's veto of a bill that sought to change the school budget approval process for school units known as alternative organizational structures.
North Korea has recently released several statements about Kenneth Bae, and outside analysts have said Pyongyang is likely using him as bait to win diplomatic concessions.
An invitation-only crowd of about 400 people is expected for the match at the polo club, which is inside an exclusive Greenwich enclave.
A test conducted by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority points to a type of brown algae as the culprit.
In a letter to the mayor, the deputies said Chief Steve Abraira's response was the latest in a pattern of not taking command during emergencies and shielding himself from accountability.
A growing list of legislators have called for a review of programs that leading economists have critiqued for not delivering on promises to create jobs.
Keene, N.H., accuses the group of interfering with officers' work and claims one officer suffered stress, anxiety and heart palpitations because of the group's actions.
Black bears have been spotted in Rumford and Ellsworth this week.
For several years, people called it the Three-Mile Yard Sale. Then they called it the Six-Mile Yard Sale. Now in its 30th year, the sale stretches from state Route 150 in Cornville to U.S. Route 2 in Skowhegan.
Katherine Russell hasn't been charged with any wrongdoing, but she is under intense scrutiny by the FBI as it investigates the deadly April 15 bombing.
Police say an elderly woman had reported that on at least four occasions recently, a vehicle with a man and woman inside had parked in the driveway and then disappeared behind her barn.
Authorities say that Nichole Cable, 15, was last seen by her parents at about 9 p.m. Sunday.
They say repairs of damage to the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge "constitute an improvement or betterment of the bridge."
Carmen P. Robillard, 41, embezzled $50,575 from a Hallowell lawyer.
The prosecutor must convince the jury that the murder was committed in an especially cruel, heinous and depraved manner.
The transformer is scheduled leave the Mack Point Marine Terminal in Searsport early this morning on a 16-axle tractor-trailer rig.
Tally of homeless shows rise of eight percent / Westbrook woman's alleged murderer indicted / Student to represent Maine at National Geographic Bee ... and more news from around the state.
But the city's fire chief says he expects to have a plan in August to implement changes.
Challenged by Americans United for Separation of Church and State, Bristol Elementary School students change a tradition.
Regulators say a 0.05% threshold would save lives, but others predict fairness and enforcement issues.
Mr. Pelletier Jr. was a decorated Army veteran who served two tours in Vietnam and received numerous commendations for his service.
The back-to-back Army and Air Force cases highlight a problem that is drawing increased scrutiny in Congress and expressions of frustration from Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.
Analysis: Republicans are invigorated as the White House struggles to control administration missteps.
It would cut 56.5 vacant positions, cap state costs for employees' health insurance and freeze merit and longevity pay for employees
The governor wants more money for homeowners switching heating systems.
Portland's Denali Wright says a double mastectomy can be a good choice for those at highest risk of breast cancer.
A new $150 million database failed to bill patients for some services, which has helped lead to a hiring freeze and cuts.
Scarborough now has 10 days to revise its school budget and schedule another referendum.