The vote keeps anti-abortion protesters 39 feet away from where people enter a clinic.
The state’s top insurance official writes to Obama.
The Pennsylvania man may be defrocked.
Each must make his or her case in a 250-word essay.
Maine is among the states that will share in the settlement over using cookies to snoop.
Police discover the woman’s body when they respond to a report of a disturbance at an apartment house.
They’re building a network without her direct consent, but she’s not objecting.
They adopt the resolution after learning that enrollment was down 2 percent this fall.
The man is reported to possibly be intoxicated.
He is listed as 'probably' for Monday night's nationally televised game against the Carolina Panthers.
The combination of spot-on forecasting and fast information – and the fact that many people were attending church at the time – worked in residents' favor.
The response to service chaos has been weak, says the congressman. A LePage aide fires back: Go fix Obamacare problems.
Even with the broader market’s 26 percent jump this year, stocks aren’t overpriced yet, money managers believe.
Benjamin Rossignol is being held in Aroostook County Jail on several child pornography charges.
Starbucks alleged that the use of the ‘Charbucks’ name tarnished its famous trademark.
Only rival New Hampshire stands between the Black Bears and a perfect CAA slate.
This is NASA’s 21st mission to Mars since the 1960s, but it’s the first one devoted to studying the Martian upper atmosphere.
He is charged with domestic aggravated assault in his fifth run-in with police since being acquitted of murder in July.
From farmers to bakers to retailers, modern-day prospectors, some of whom eschew the drug, nevertheless seek a fortune in legal marijuana.
Cheverus and Bonny Eagle will play the first game Saturday.
Betsy Smith plans to lead a group to elect Eliot Cutler governor next November.
The Boeing 737 belonging to Tatarstan Airlines crashed Sunday night, killing all 50 people aboard.
Justin Pillsbury allegedly told his roommate that he caught Jillian Jones talking to a man on the phone.
The two were pulled over Friday in a rental car on I-95 for a traffic stop.
Rob Ford, who was caught smoking crack and is accused of sexual harassment, calls the move a ‘coup d’etat.’
Gov. LePage joins local officials and the mayor of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, to highlight plans for the ferry, but ticket prices are still unknown.
The results of three council races are upheld after recounts Monday.
The Tazewell County storm killed one person and injured dozens of others during Sunday’s severe weather.
The CDC requested and received permission last week from the FDA to import the vaccine, a necessary protocol since the treatment hasn’t been approved in the U.S.
For one day only, Emerson College will rename its school of communication in honor of the fictitious television anchorman.
Standard & Poor’s 500 reaches 1,800.
The woman sustained minor injuries from being clipped by a car’s side mirror.
Authorities say the victim was a relative and the abuse occurred on numerous dates from September 2011 to May 2012.
It will take at least until the end of 2014 to finish moving the 1,533 sets of fuel rods, including 202 unused sets, to a safer location.
As part of the effort, the companies are sharing technology to identify child abuse photographs whenever they appear on their systems.
A 2011 survey found that 80 percent of teachers reported being intimidated, harassed, assaulted or otherwise victimized at least once during the previous year.
Prices are still 8 cents per gallon lower than a month ago.
The death of Abdul-Qadir Saleh, was another blow to the rebels, reeling from a series of recent battlefield losses to Assad’s forces.
Andrew Kierstead is charged with murder in the September 2012 shooting death of Richard Mills in Cushing.
The assistance sends a message that the U.S. is a strong player in the region.
The state's 2012 legislative election was a record year for spending by outside groups, topping $3.7 million.
Concern that Bayside’s ‘midtown’ project could create a dangerous wind tunnel is being addressed, they say.
Visitors from Archangel begin a stay that will include a discussion of civil rights.
The City Council will vote on establishing a zone around the Planned Parenthood office; protesters vow they won’t go away.
Canadian teen pleads guilty in Maine high-speed chase / UMS trustees hope to entice more international students / Attempt to rob home foiled but truck is torched ... and more news from around the state.
Jilian Jones, 24, was found dead in her Augusta apartment; her former boyfriend is charged with her murder.
The shows are big business for crafters and organizers alike.
This year’s financial battles in Washington have put agencies’ budget plans in limbo.
After a contract dispute, Andy's Handy Store can't act as a full-service outpost, but hundreds of residents want that service back.