The fire in the $4.2 million home is one of two that destroyed Scarborough residences Saturday.
Season four is scheduled to begin in January in the U.S.
Four Maine players hit double figures in the victory.
Jacksonville win leaves Tampa the only winless team in the NFL this season.
The attempt failed, and the bank robbery suspect is now under a suicide watch.
A pair of goals scored in the third period gives Portland the win.
The pop star is up to her old tricks much to enjoyment of the European audience.
U.S. and other governments and agencies are ramping up the massive relief effort needed in the Philippines.
Sunday’s rankings are the best for the Seminoles since 2000.
Brendan Conway’s family say they assume the popular Deering High School freshman basketball coach died of an undiagnosed heart condition.
The Bureau of Highway Safety says 118 people have been killed in traffic accidents on Maine roads down from 137 traffic fatalities at this time last year.
The York Masonic Lodge organized a Veterans Day service Sunday at the West Kennebunk Cemetery.
Though the convicted gangster was not found guilty of murdering their loved ones, eight families want to speak at his sentencing.
Richie Incognito says he regrets racist and profane language he used with teammate Jonathan Martin, but says it stemmed from a culture of “brotherhood” in the locker room, not from bullying.
The administration of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani emphasizes the talks are a work in progress.
Rafael Nadal will meet either Novak Djokovic or Stanislas Wawrinka in Monday’s final.
Voters reject turning “The Eighth Wonder of the World” into a convention center, but there are no plans for demolition.
Katahdin Valley Health Center in Patten is getting about $300,000, and Penobscot Community Health Center in Bangor will receive nearly $700,000.
The auction of the 203 plates will begin noon Nov. 15 on the Maine Cancer Foundation’s eBay page.
Two suspects are being sought.
One Philippine city estimates 10,000 people died and the death toll could climb even higher when emergency crews reach areas cut off by flooding and landslides.
Two experts will speak on Wednesday at the Portsmouth Public Library.
The European Space Agency says the satellite will mostly disintegrate as it comes down.
The deal allows food to reach civilians there for the first time in weeks.
Central Maine Power Co. says it has received reports of people claiming to represent CMP calling customers and demanding immediate payments.
John Halle is CEO of Cate Street Capital, which restored 250 jobs at Great Northern Paper in Millinocket.
Visually impaired trekkers pair up with the scouts as part of a program to get them out in the wilderness.
The state-run Hunters for the Hungry Program gives it to food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters.
They burden the health system and pose a risk for others in emergencies.
He finds more than he was looking for in some ways, but less in others.
France questions whether the deal goes far enough.
Two bills propose studying the Pay It Forward approach in which students can attend public colleges for free, then commit part of future incomes to sustain the program.
It’s highly unlikely that employers, landlords, hotels and businesses in Portland will permit pot smoking.
A two-year study will track tagged fish.
Ten Republicans join Democrats and independents in voting to ban workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
Heather Abbott shows off a new prosthetic that will help her regain a bit of her personal style.
A history assignment takes Matt Hawks back in time.
Portland Press Herald photographers catch the action of season finals.
Like a growing number of Maine seniors, Jim and Nancy Pike struggle to put food on the table once they've paid their bills each month.