Interactive exhibits in a new museum will highlight the mountain's fierce winter weather.
It has strong support in committee, but a planned new fee draws criticism.
Chris Kreider scored seven minutes into overtime, keeping New York alive for at least one more game.
Predictions of rain every day but Monday, and cool temperatures too, could put a damper on Memorial Day travel.
Now a new jury will be asked to decide how to punish the convicted murderer.
The panel votes not to support student transfers out of struggling schools or more than 10 charters.
But the ban on gay Scout leaders remains in place, continuing the debate over membership policy.
A day after she refused to answer questions at a congressional hearing, Lois Lerner has been placed on administrative leave.
Conservatives hoping someone high up ordered the targeting – or even knew about it – have yet to find any the evidence they're looking for.
News of its cancellation motivated residents to make the festival happen.
Rick Nickerson is one of 217 quarterfinalists for a new music educator award from the Grammy Foundation.
Maine E-ZPass account holders who take at least 40 one-way trips a month get an additional 50 percent off their entire bill for that month.
New Hampshire residents can continue to use deadly force as a first option when responding to a threat in a public place.
This week, Tesla wired the U.S. government some $452 million dollars, using a portion of the $1 billion it just raised on the debt and equity markets.
The objection is filed to a judge's decision to seal the police affidavit in the death of Nichole Cable.
Islamic hardliners say the man who appeared with bloody hands in a video following the attack on a British soldier is a convert from Christianity.
The president also announces a renewed push to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba.
Minutes after Democrats' symbolic victory, LePage wipes it out and calls for a different bill to repay Maine's hospital debt.
The legislation would require the creation of a “red team” to analyze data purporting to support a “targeted strike” against U.S.. citizens and report back to intelligence agencies within 15 days.
The Green Party candidate had claimed Democrats tried to keep him off the presidential ballot in 2004.
The 1938 painting of a fisherman off the coast of Maine sells for nearly $844,000.
Yuichiro Miura, a former extreme skier who also climbed the 29,035-foot peak when he was 70 and 75, reached the summit at 9:05 a.m. local time today.
Kevin McCarthy, chief operating officer of the company and CEO of its Unum US operating unit, plans to retire in the first quarter of 2014.
Wayne Thompson, 27, also pleads guilty to robbing a Cumberland Farms store in Saco.
The 48-year-old mother kept talking to the two bloody attackers before police came, trying to keep them calm.
Gary Alan Irving, who fled after his 1979 conviction in Massachusetts, gets up to 40 years for his crimes.
LePage tells reporters and Democrats he will move out of the State House because of the disagreement.
One Midwestern utility said its computer systems were being probed constantly, in some cases by automated programs designed to detect weaknesses that can be exploited later.
Abdul-Baki Todashev says he agreed to his son's request to remain in the U.S. "because it seemed like the safest country."
Authorities say the Lisbon man used his child's Social Security number on job applications, then failed to report wages to illegally receive welfare and housing benefits.
The Solar Impulse is making the first attempt by a solar airplane capable of flying day and night without fuel to fly across the country.
Real Bronx Tours took mostly European tourists from Manhattan to see life in the South Bronx "from a safe distance."
ALCOM, a Winslow trailer manufacturing company, calls the claims by labor groups "very false."
Major construction on Water Street will cause economic disaster in downtown Hallowell, several business owners said at a public forum on Wednesday.
The lowest rates are in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Vermont, each with rates under 17 per 1,000.
A film crew is accompanying Stephen Bowen to produce videos showcasing student-centered, proficiency-based approaches.
Authorities say 44-year-old Carey Gonyer sexually assaulted a boy for months before asking him for sexually explicit cellphone pictures.
The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and the Nature Conservancy are marking the turtle crossings in Wells, South Berwick and York.
Michael Brennan and the city's economic development director are visiting businesses today to discuss immigration reform and other issues.
From Newtown to Hurricane Sandy to Boston to Oklahoma, this president has faced an unprecedented string of tragedies.
A court-ordered mental health evaluation will be done before Christopher Knight reappears in court.
County sues over $280,000 jail payment / No new license required if Oxford Casino is sold / Senate sends lobbying proposal to LePage ... and more news from around the state.
A proposal to build an events center in the downtown Portland plaza will be presented to a City Council committee May 29.
Did the company's ads give the impression it is the state's cheapest provider? Regulators ask for answers.
An Old Orchard Beach town councilor is alleged to have used a racial slur against a black resident, but it is protected speech, police say.
Available houses dwindle and prices rise as the city's housing market sees 'a very big change.'
Typical compensation was $9.7 million in 2012, up for the third straight year, as critics pressed for reforms.