Local organizations plan to send aid to the Philippines.
Six days after the storm, the hundreds of miles of Philippine islands include areas yet to be accessed.
Allegations of curtailed discipline for student-athletes have some questioning accountability.
Police believe 65-year-old Paul Hurd experienced a medical problem that caused him to crash.
The long-awaited law will allow gay couples living in the state as well as tourists to marry starting Dec. 2.
The suspect was the father of the unborn child, and both the suspect and victim were married to other people at the time.
The man believed he had a right to record conversations with public officials, his lawyer argues.
A prolonged period of weak employment growth in Maine – as well as the aging population – is hurting the state.
The Marines are killed while clearing a range of unexploded ordnance.
James Rich, 29, stole more than 150 oxycodone pills.
The future Hall-of-Fame safety was released by the Texans this week after criticizing the team’s interim coach.
The quiet death comes four months after the Senate passed a bipartisan, far-reaching agreement.
Three high school students are wounded while walking to their vehicle after school.
George Jaime Sr.’s former daughter-in-law testifies at his murder trial.
Macy’s leads other stores higher with a 9 percent surge after reporting a quarterly profit that blew past Wall Street expectations.ds
Only 271 get through the troubled federal website to select insurance in the first month, and many other states have similar low enrollments.
About 27 million visit the website, but only 106,185 enroll in the first month, putting a statistic on the website’s disappointing technology flaws.
Fans will be able to see a variety of information on the big message centers.
The alleged scheme charged the military $1.6 million for silencers that cost only $8,000 to make, court records show.
The governor said he’s working with health officials to address the problem.
A DHHS official tells legislators that service is better, but admits some low-income patients may have just given up.
James Desaulniers was passing another vehicle when he crashed into an oncoming SUV on Tuesday.
It was the sixth major congressional hearing since computerized insurance markets went live Oct. 1 and millions of consumers encountered frozen screens.
The leading job sectors will be in professional and business services and leisure and hospitality, according to the outlook.
In each case, the same note was passed to an employee.
The company cites new advertising and promotions and heads into the make-or-break holiday season with optimism.
The nuclear-powered NR-1, launched in Groton in 1969, was one of the most secretive vessels in the U.S. undersea force.
Meanwhile, police identify a Lebanon man killed Tuesday in a two-vehicle accident on Route 202 in Sanford.
‘Three Studies of Lucian Freud’ was purchased for $142.4 million after 6 minutes of bidding Tuesday evening.
Tacloban’s mayor reportedly urges residents to flee the city because local authorities are having trouble providing food and water and maintaining order.
Rob Ford says he won’t resign, and accuses many city councilors of drug use, but says he's 'not a rat' and won't name names.
Police say Lou Ann Gedmint, 61, of South China, walked out of a Hannaford supermarket in Waterville with a cartful of groceries, loaded them into her car and drove away.
The woman then discarded the sickly reptile at an airport in Chicago.
Police say the 17-year-old Chesterville girl got a description of the suspect and his vehicle and called 911.
The double-paned windshield cracked while the American Airlines plane was in the air.
About a dozen relatives of murder victims speak during his sentencing hearing as the gangster declines the chance to speak.
Police say the shootings happened when the man’s estranged wife arrived to get some of her belongings with her daughter and a friend.
The food is being donated to the Good Shepherd Food Bank for distribution to needy families.
While consumers can’t buy coverage on TheHealthSherpa.com, they are directed to private insurance sites where they can enroll.
Bill Needelman, who has been a city planner for nearly 15 years, will begin his new role Dec. 16.
Ex-treasurer of booster club pleads not guilty to stealing / Police seek Jeep Wrangler driver in hit-and-run / Maine man pleads guilty to stealing classic muscle car ... and more news from around the state.
One World Trade Center in New York is deemed to top all U.S. buildings in height thanks to its needle topper.
The veteran politician received numerous awards for his dedication to North Country causes.
Four nearby states have to join in for Maine’s law to go into effect, but a committee just voted down a bill in New Hampshire.
The Pentagon chief will get a look at several Navy destroyers being built at the Maine shipyard.
Maine officials say technical glitches with healthcare.gov means they have received no information on applications.
Their story about being financially exploited by relatives touches hearts in the state and beyond.
We’re seeking recipes that hold special significance for the baker.
The high-rise residential and retail development called ‘midtown’ gets favorable reviews at a planning board workshop.
Speakers point to business and education ties and potential as the governor and two others receive awards.
The vote derails law professor Cornelia Pillard’s bid to the U.S. Court of Appeals.