The 26-year-old, who was taken home by a police officer, drives into a tree six hours later.
Three other people are taken to a hospital.
DeLorme is transitioning to satellite-enabled data products.
A 28-year-old law now prohibits the practice because of the health effects on the animals.
Boston fought until the last second on Columbus Day afternoon, but ultimately suffered its second loss of the season.
Abu Anas al-Libi was captured in a raid this month and is accused in connection with the bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa in 1998.
An industry group warns of bogus websites and unsolicited calls by people claiming they need personal information to help customers enroll in insurance.
The 72-year-old man packed leaves and grass around his body to stay warm.
The leader of a worldwide organization that fosters growth says his concern isn’t that the United States’ economy is weak, but that its political system is.
In a letter, the group says the proposal could have a negative effect on the working waterfront.
The event raises money for the cancer center in Lewiston that bears the actor’s name.
Critics say the public got little chance to comment before the rules for town property passed.
Peter Willcox of Islesboro will remain behind bars while he and other Greenpeace crew members face charges of piracy.
But rebellious House Republicans may reject the potential deal, even if Senate Republicans help write and endorse it.
An Augusta plumber hoped to sell his property to the donut franchise, and now that he can’t he’s making a statement by installing flower potties.
Six months after the bombings, Mery Daniel is on her feet and adapting to her new life.
‘Keep Portland Livable’ opposes a midtown project in Bayside and advocates for ‘lively, livable communities.’
Crops dodged widespread damage from the invasive drosophila fruit fly, and growers expect a harvest of about 90 million pounds.
Boston’s Enrico Ponzo, who had been living the life of a cattle rancher in Marsing, Idaho, faces numerous federal charges including an attempted murder accusation.
Maine’s expanded Downeaster route gains 3.5 percent more passengers and 6 percent more ticket revenue.
Average price is 20 cents lower than in September
The trio won the prize for their work to help understand trends in asset markets, which has transformed how people invest.
Religious pilgrims were crossing a bridge when rumors that the bridge was collapsing caused the panic.
Leigh Saufley is this year’s winner of the Sampson Center Catalyst for Change Award
Abigail Hernandez, 15, of North Conway was last seen leaving Kennett High School on Wednesday afternoon.
Carved pumpkins will float down the Damariscotta River today to close the seventh annual Pumpkinfest.
EBT payment system working again / Man cited in OUI dies in crash
With a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, she sets out to see if people will turn off cellphones and converse.
The three find healing in creating a camp for suicide survivors.
The company bucks the trend toward big box stores in the suburbs.
The demonstrators oppose the use of the unmanned aircraft for surveillance at home and weapons delivery overseas.
Two veteran politicians and two newcomers are in the race.
The school’s new director and board president hope to eliminate debt.
A member of Portland’s tight-knit Italian-American community, she was a friend to many, including Margaret Chase Smith.
David Ortiz's grand slam highlights a dramatic rally as Boston erases a 5-0 deficit and ties the series at a game apiece.
Two newcomers with children in the schools will compete with veteran board member John Cote.