The former Red Sox pitcher's attorney says his company disclosed everything before a loan.
Dexter and Fletcher Moon were stranded on Cape Cod this winter and are struggling with health problems.
Out of more than 130,000 entries submitted nationwide, 14-year-old Joey Han finished in the top five.
With Memorial Day near, lawmakers are stepping up efforts to address a backlog that has some veterans waiting years to receive disability claims.
With Spiegel's death, the tiny group of survivors of the legendary World War II revolt that was crushed 70 years ago grows even smaller.
The governor selects two Washington County attorneys to fill vacancies on the district court.
The four include Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical Muslim cleric who was targeted, and three others who were not targets of counterterror operations in Pakistan and Yemen.
Maine will play the winner of an Albany-Binghamton matchup Thursday night.
The governor had backed a plan that would allow one facility with 5,000 video slot machines.
WGAN news radio is ranked as the 20th-best station in the country.
Fairpoint will restore service for USA Telephone users who were caught in the middle of a dispute.
He plans to restore the historic Freeport tavern and revamp the menu to serve local seafood.
An IRS official is just one of many well-known witnesses who have refused to answer Congress' questions.
Rodney Bouffard will replace Patricia Barnhart, who was fired earlier this year.
The judge tells the jurors to try to work through their differences Thursday, or else a new jury must be seated.
Gov. LePage looks poised to veto the popular hospital payback plan in order to block Medicaid expansion.
In an ultra-bloody attack, two men with butcher knives hacked another man to death near a military barracks.
McAllister Towing and Transportation wins the cargo vessel design contract.
All four towns in the school district voted in favor of the $27.9 million budget.
Seven of the tornado's 24 victims were students at the Plaza Towers Elementary School.
A Maine blogger will follow the British boy band around the U.S., report on its concerts and be paid to do so.
Block by block, a storm ripped apart Moore, Okla., for the second time in 14 years, leaving survivors to wrestle with the awful decision of whether to rebuild or move on. This is the story of one of those blocks.
Authorities estimate the damage at as much as $2 billion, with as many as 13,000 homes damaged or destroyed.
The resolve removes a requirement that the state Transportation Department conduct a feasibility study on the $2 billion project.
The 61-acre spot is where Jason Snyder tried for years to realize his vision to build high-end Stroudwater Place.
The boss of tax workers who improperly screened conservative groups says she did nothing wrong.
As Kyle Dube is formally charged with killing Nichole Cable, 15, the judge seals an affidavit with case details.
Lawmakers are trying to learn whether the IRS targeting was politically motivated. The inspector general and IRS officials have said there is no evidence of that.
The New England Economic Partnership says external factors such as Europe's recession and federal spending cuts are crimping the region's economy.
Ibragim Todashev, a mixed martial-arts fighter, was fatally shot after lunging with a knife at an FBI agent who was questioning him at his Florida townhouse, police say.
One climber who is 80 years old, is on the mountain close to the summit. His 81-year-old rival is in base camp preparing to grab the title of oldest man to reach the summit of the world's highest mountain.
Scouting officials propose allowing openly gay Scouts but retaining the ban on gay adult Scout leaders.
The casino won't be required to apply for a new operator's license if the sale is approved.
After 3½ years at the helm, Capt. L. Bryant Fuller will step down in a ceremony Friday.
Kennedy argued that the drugged-driving charge should be dismissed because she took the sleeping pill accidentally.
The county's attorney says Somerset residents paid the bills to run the jail in January, February and March without the promised reimbursement from the state.
'I made some big mistakes and I know I let a lot of people down, but I also learned some tough lessons,' he says in a YouTube video.
The senator will hold a 'Capitol Class' with students Brewer High School students today.
Presque Isle and Richmond will be given a certificate and two road signs to tout the award.
The unanimous measure was sponsored by Rep. Paul Gilbert, D-Jay, and co-sponsored a broad contingent of lawmakers.
The church's new pastor, who once lived in 'tornado alley,' understands what it's like to live there.
But he raises concerns about internal controls including bank deposit reconciliations.
It would ensure there is no reduction in scrutiny of the environmental risks.
It's all downhill from here for state Sen. Dawn Hill...
The commissioner takes responsibility for the failure to come clean on the targeting of groups.
Courtroom surprise: Stabbing suspect freed / Three Aroostook residents charged with making meth / Man arrested following standoff ... and more news from around the state.
They say too much weight is placed on student assessments in the proposed process.
City councilors scale back a task force's tough approach, but those who perform with fire face new safety scrutiny.
The state funds will go toward replacing Hall Elementary and fixing Longfellow Elementary, says Portland's finance director.
The house suffers some interior smoke and water damage but should be liveable.