The Toy Fund goal this year is to raise $300,000.
Volunteers at St. Joseph’s College have three hours to make 225 apple pies for families in need on Thanksgiving.
A state-run program attracts more donations of wild game as it gains visibility, and next will collect fish caught at a derby for soup kitchens.
The brides are granted an expedited license by a federal judge since one of them is terminally ill with cancer.
Hunters and businesses lose out as corn crops for fuel replace grasslands that protect bird populations.
The $55,000 Jesus will grace the dedication of the new St. Faustina Catholic Church in Jackman on Dec. 15.
The congressman’s office says Geneva ‘Jean’ Michaud died of natural causes Wednesday in Millinocket.
Police say the suspect, Jeremy Whynot of Limington, hit the woman with the vehicle and then fled. The victim was treated and released from the hospital.
Foreign households with a non-American spouse balk at a financial reporting rule aimed at those avoiding taxes overseas.
Police track the phone to a home, where they find narcotics, drug paraphernalia and several weapons.
Boston police say Olivia Mora, 36, was driving the vehicle that struck a girl and her mother.
Officials say security lines were faster because of a TSA fast-track program.
Flight delays and cancellations are limited to the region, mostly affecting Newark, N.J., Philadelphia and New York’s LaGuardia Airport.
Price, proximity and customer service shape the battle for shoppers’ dollars.
But an attorney denies Kenneth Williams spent thousands on personal expenses and says Infinity Federal Credit Union is retaliating for an age discrimination complaint.
The technology manufacturer cited less demand from customers.
The two partners plan to add dinner on Friday and Saturday nights when they reopen in March.
The reported threat shuts the store briefly, but it’s reopened after being searched.
The mishap at the stadium scheduled to host the soccer opener leaves two workers dead.
The manager expects to reopen Saturday after a fireplace ‘went overboard’ and damaged flooring.
Behold the bounty of Thanksgiving. These 10 individuals – known by their neighbors for their generous hearts and for their genuine commitment to improving the community around them – were chosen by the Portland Press Herald as embodying the spirit of the holiday.
Consumer group’s objection to merger is rejected, clearing the way to creation of the world’s largest airline next month.
Fewer motorists used the Maine Turnpike this year than last, and the rain and wind caused few roadway problems Wednesday.
The party wants chief and CIA director to be tried for drone attacks.
Explore how prices have changed over the course of the year, and where you'll find the highest and lowest gas prices in Maine.
York County is the hardest hit early this morning.
Learn to build a hovercraft in your own garage.
Police say drunk driving caused car to jump curb.
Portion of Powerball jackpot will help repair high school.
Thursday’s forecast calls for gusts that could make for dangerous conditions
Emerald ash borer has killed millions of trees.
Flight delays, icy road conditions expected to worsen throughout the day.
Some retailers are taking a stand even if it costs them Thanksgiving sales.
Other builders who competed for the project questioned the process, but they don't think politics swayed the bid award.
The sudden jump in price coincides with Thanksgiving travel.
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Maine.
After being denied access and winning a court order, they execute a search warrant to check for code violations.
A woman is injured on Maple Ridge Road and the driver speeds away.
Critics say someone as mentally ill and as facinated with violence as Adam Lanza shouldn’t have had so much access to firearms.
The former football star argued that he received inadequate counsel during his robbery and kidnapping trial in 2008.