Police seize MDMC, heroin, pills, a gun, ammunition, scales and cash.
Wally Warren gathers his raw material from castoffs, and fashions popular sculptures.
He was a key figure in the Boston Marathon bomb probe.
Meanwhile, a Deering High graduate who played basketball at Boston University is also drafted.
A naval engineer based in Newport, R.I., is sentenced to one month shy of the maximum despite his pleas for leniency.
Emboldened by their success in shutting down the government, these groups are threatening retribution against Republicans who stand in their way.
Hakimullah Mehsud is believed to have been behind a suicide attack at a CIA base in Afghanistan, a failed car bombing in New York’s Times Square and other brazen assaults in Pakistan.
Police believe the pair is responsible for up to a dozen break-ins in Penobscot and Piscataquis counties.
The customers are across the Bangor Hydro service area.
While no candidates are on the statewide ballot, five bond projects total about $150 million.
Pending a city appeal, a justice grants a temporary stay until Monday morning.
An interactive map showing the relative strength of each political party among the different Maine municipalities.
The Orono man was told by staff to leave, then got into a confrontation with officers, police say.
A passenger ferry and private barge are being used to take up the slack.
Taken into custody is a New Jersey man carrying a note that said he ‘wanted to kill TSA.’
The grocery chain claims a first option to purchase land on Foley Farm Road, where a credit union is being proposed.
A Depression-era view of Monument Square from the Portland Press Herald's photograph archives.
nternational regulators are likely to follow in the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's footsteps in loosening restrictions on the use of smartphones and other electronics during takeoff and landing.
City officials agree to return signs that were removed in response to complaints about a lack of disclosure.
A book claims the re-election campaign considered swapping in Clinton as vice president.
Water supplies in area wells were not affected, a DEP official said.
But the newly released documents 'do not include accurate statistics,' official says.
Evidence indicates the Internet giant will invite wealthy people aboard to check out Google Glass, its wearable computer.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, meanwhile, has conceded that some of the NSA's spying has reached too far and will be stopped.
Shannon Lovejoy of Henniker, a former school board member, has been accused of writing more than $1,000 in checks from the PTA’s account for her own benefit.
The new machines include digital scanners that can catch mistakes by voters and save time in vote counting.
The proposal, which would have created the world’s largest marine sanctuary, fails to overcome opposition from fishing interests in Russia and Ukraine.
House Speaker John Boehner and all four Senate Republican leaders are putting their entire staffs into the new health care exchanges.
Managers from the Internet giant met with a Maine company, the Coast Guard and others in May.
The Big Easy closed last weekend after the popular owner’s lease expired.
Portlanders will have two opportunities this month to test the city’s approach.
Three University of Maine at Augusta students hosting an after-school art program help to make up for reduced art opportunities in the high school.
Bitten and bloodied by the frantic dog caught in a coyote trap, Alberto Carva says he had to fire to save his own life.
Research has yet to nail down if, and how, the drug works on specific diseases.
Girl, 3, shot in the neck accidentally / Marijuana initiative wins support of four state lawmakers / Charter schools pass state scrutiny so far ... and more news from around the state.
The families of fans who didn’t live to see the team win Wednesday remember their loved ones’ passion.
The Maine man faces 20 years in prison for killing his baby in a fit of rage.
The Islamic Society of Augusta’s request will go before the city’s Planning Board later this month.
Democrats are pressured to push for a simple majority vote to pass controversial nominations.
Prosecutors are unable to offer key evidence because the alleged victim fails to appear.