Democrats and Gov. Paul LePage remain at odds over whether the issues should be separated.
Maxx Coombs, of Brunswick, is getting an up-close view of the Boston Bruins' run in the NHL's Stanley Cup playoffs.
The bill aims to support expanding natural-gas pipelines and fund energy-efficiency efforts.
The Vermont senator says Republicans vowed to scuttle the bill if it included his amendment, which protects gay couples who can't marry.
If members of the armed forces are required to buy American-made products, it could benefit Maine's New Balance factories.
He covered the civil rights struggle in the South and became a 'profiler of the country' as a columnist.
The state's efforts to set up a managed care system for Medicaid clients have stalled.
The University of Maine needs a victory to force a winner-take-all game in the America East tournament Saturday night.
The unusual directive to his department heads is seen as the latest move in ongoing clash between the governor and lawmakers.
Those with money are taking more extravagant vacations, but a large swath of the population is staying close to home.
The first three seasons of the comedy were being watched by so many subscribers that Netflix knew another season would be well-received and would likely lure new subscribers, too.
Rob Ford says the media is out to get him as he addresses a video that allegedly shows him smoking crack cocaine.
William Hall of Bangor is due to be tried Aug. 26 on charges he threw a man out a window to his death in 2011, but the trial will be postponed unless he is found competent by Aug. 2.
They play again Saturday at the championships in Wisconsin.
Red Gendron, a former Black Bear assistant and current Yale associate head coach, is the choice.
The University of Maine baseball team heads into an elimination game this afternoon against Stony Brook.
The governor continues to work out of his residence Friday.
Kyle Dube's lawyer cites threats made against his client and concerns about Dube's right to a fair trial.
The system will be used to track wind speeds at the height of offshore wind turbines to determine the suitability of sites for wind farms.
The laying of the keel marks a milestone in the construction of a ship. The keel unit is a 4,400-ton backbone of the ship.
The optional $2 donation would fund education about organ donations.
In-state rates at Maine's two-year schools have risen 7 percent in the last five years, compared with a 29 percent increase at the state’s four-year universities, according to a report.
Kennebunk is the only town in Maine to receive a AAA rating, according to town officials.
The bill would require public schools to provide at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day for elementary school students.
At least two people are in serious condition after a collision between a hotel shuttle bus and a tractor-trailer near Atlanta's airport sends 18 to the hospital.
Fighter jets intercept a plane from Pakistan that was allegedly threatened by two British passengers.
The Maine State Legislature has approved a bill allowing municipalities to prohibit sex offenders from living within 750 feet of certain state parks and fields.
No one is seriously injured, but the bridge is used by an average of 71,000 vehicles a day, so its collapse will cause a major disruption in trade and tourism.
Authorities say Dana Wilson, who works as a disc jockey, had videos of young girls engaged in sexual behavior on his computer.
The six-month hurricane season begins June 1, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration estimates a 70 percent chance of 13 to 20 named storms.
Attorney General Janet Mills says to be wary of "you won a free vacation" notices that ask for upfront fees.
Troopers will be looking for speeders and drunken and aggressive drivers, and they're also enforcing seat belt and texting laws.
Officials at Central Maine Healthcare say the partnership with Massachusetts General Hospital will provide "fast, seamless care."
It was not known what caused the collapse of the bridge about 60 miles north of Seattle but investigators were talking late Thursday to a commercial truck driver whose rig was believed to have struck the structure.
Four identification tags bearing the names of servicemen and women who died during overseas operations will be added to the Battlefield Cross today.
Gorham police officers get their heads shaved to raise money for the Special Olympics; the chief even gets a temporary mohawk.
Maine music teacher nominated for Grammy / Lisbon man gets four years for Social Security fraud / Drivers asked to watch out for rare turtles ... and more news from around the state.
Investigators scrutinize a 2011 triple slaying that left Tamerlan Tsarnaev's boxing partner dead.
Lawyer who used daughter to make porn is sentenced / Tree-killing beetle found in 5 percent of NH trees / Abuse claim unfounded, so priest reinstated ... and more news from around the region.
Some called it a positive stand against discrimination, others say the Boy Scouts shouldn't address issues of sexuality.
Civil libertarians support the measure. Opponents say it would make police investigations harder.
The financial disclosure statements from Maine's senators show both are well-off financially, with King worth as much as $26 million.
Dear Governor: Is all this absurdity really your attempt to pull our attention away from a serious public-policy issue?
Jermany Scott Claus, 39, allegedly requested nude images of a juvenile girl in Tennessee.
The turnpike has sufficient revenues to continue the popular program that benefits frequent commuters.
Interactive exhibits in a new museum will highlight the mountain's fierce winter weather.