Two newcomers with children in the schools will compete with veteran board member John Cote.
No serious injuries occurred when the fishing boat capsized Sunday afternoon.
After neighbors and city officials opposed a plan to rezone his Davenport Street for a proposed doughnut shop drive-thru, plumber David Labbe is making his feelings known.
Working relationships between corrections officials and landlords who are willing to rent to registered offenders are at heart of the issue.
Senate Republicans and Democrats at an impasse in thier efforts to avoid default in four days.
Senate Republicans earlier blocked a Democratic bill and the day ends with no deal to reopen government and avoid a default.
The towns of Jackman and Dover-Foxcroft awarded grants totalling $268,000.
The man, a doctor, 69, was hiking alone on the Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail.
Violence continues in the country as refugees flee battle zones looking for help and safety.
Old wood-piling bridge in York cost $3.4 million to reconstruct.
The larger-than-life works must be placed in city-owned buildings.
Sen. Susan Collins hopes her plan will be part of an agreement to reopen the government and avoid a federal default.
Even hotels and motels on Mount Desert Island are seeing a brisk business despite the Acadia National Park shut down.
Police helicopter pilot spots vehicle leaving the scene, leading to the arrest of two suspects.
The former Red Sox pitcher is being sued by the state, but his wife says they are simply downsizing.
The latest polls show the greatest political damage was to Republicans.
A proposed ordinance would legalize possession of up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana and paraphernalia.
The White House enlists business leaders to pressure Republicans.
But states must foot the bill with money they likely won’t see again.
Seawater pushes inland, swamping villages of mud and thatch huts.
As part of an ongoing electronic evolution, Maine merchants and customers alike see the benefits of going digital.
As national views over recreational use gradually shift, will next month’s vote in Portland prove that change is in the air?
Missed deadlines have shorn Maine of power.
The New Hampshire high court will hear an appeal of a conviction after a crash that left a teen with a brain injury.
John Emery blames stress, alcohol and medication for his actions that shocked those who knew him.
Tech firms are developing video games and online questionnaires to measure a candidate’s suitability.
Phones let families hear relatives’ voices – until they stop.
The visit will highlight a voluntary agreement to monitor gun show sales and a stricter state law.
A preschool teacher, 29, who lost her leg in the April attack serves as the honorary marathon starter.
Taming deficits has been difficult during a recession and weak recovery.