Among those held in Russia is a protest ship captain who has ties to Maine.
The men wore hoodies, white sneakers and blue jeans when they robbed Kennebunk Savings Bank on Saturday.
Profiles of all the candidates in the November 2013 election for the Biddeford City Council.
The multi-vehicle crash occurs during the evening commute.
U.S. officials won’t provide numbers until November, leaving a state panel unsure if more public-awareness efforts are needed.
It’s one of 33 colleges nationwide, and the only in Maine, to receive what its president calls a ‘game changer.’
Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway will be able to keep operating into 2014
The homewares chain previously had a store on Forest Avenue until 2005.
The whole lineup isn’t set, but David Ortiz will start at least once at first base.
Until a judge rules on the challenged ban, police will only target people in the medians who are under the influence.
The Penobscot Nation offers additional $1,000 for information about the bird, which was found dead in Hermon.
The Rhode Island attorney general recommends only buying tickets from an approved broker and paying with a credit card.
But there are problems: More than half of online daters say someone else 'seriously misrepresented themselves' in an online dating profile.
Kyle Murdock, who launched Sea Hag Seafood last fall, is among five recipients of the award, which comes with a $40,000 grant.
Damon Haggan of Belgrade plans to get married next month and wants to establish a family and a legacy.
The owners have been seeking a $2.4 million refund for the bond posted to release the vessel after the collision into the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge on April 1.
Sales of existing single-family homes in September rose almost 25 percent from last year.
Leyland, 68, retires after eight seasons with Detroit, including two trips to the World Series.
The social services agency has received $400,000 for an effort to help prostitution victims in Maine.
Police believe one of the suspects had been bringing the prescription painkiller from New York for sale in Maine’s midcoast.
The White House also appears to open the door to the possibility that people facing website problems might be exempted from the penalty for remaining uninsured after March 31.
Two other boys are wounded in the attack. The motive isn’t known.
The West Gardiner women did $34,000 in damage to gravestones, according to the Monmouth Cemetery Association.
Couples marrying today can receive all the state and federal benefits of marriage, including being allowed to file tax returns jointly and Social Security survivor benefits.
Three-fourths of the samples bought from one popular website contained high amounts of bacteria that could potentially sicken babies, researchers found.
The draft legislation, beefed up after Edward Snowden’s leaks about U.S. spying, would have significant implications for U.S. internet companies.
Profiles of all the candidates in the November 2013 election for the South Portland City Council.
Dennis Lalime was charged after he went off the road early Sunday morning in Pittsfield and hit a tree after attending a Halloween party as the Batman villain.
The dour report underscores the challenges young adults face now and foretells challenges they are likely to face as they get older.
The Obama administration’s top Health and Human Services official for New England briefs lawmakers and health care experts.
Keeping tabs on allies is classic spycraft, but the sweep and scope of the NSA program has irritated Germany, Britain, Brazil, Mexico and now France.
The City Council’s treatment of honors for notables Nathan Clifford and George Cleeve, both rumored to be slavery sympathizers, is a study in contrasts.
Missing former Portland mayor found in Riverside / Fatal crashes in Leeds, Standish / Plane crashes into Moosehad Lake ... and more news from around the state.
The modern, 79,000-square-foot facility on Highland Avenue would include office space for the Parks and Recreation Department.
The retired Army officer served at the Outward Bound School for 32 years.
High-flying rhetoric, myriad press events and dramatic pronouncements have been the hallmark of the campaign for the Waterfront Protection Ordinance.
The Housing and Community Development Committee proposes the nominal amount to preserve open space as the former Nathan Clifford Elementary School is sold to a developer.
President Obama will address the site’s technical problems today.
The fast rise of Boston’s Xander Bogaerts and Brandon Workman leaves Maine baseball officials impressed.
People on the street give the new machines mixed reviews
The Yarmouth-based mapping company puts new emphasis on the world of digital products, but yes, it’s still making paper maps.
Four people are running for at-large seats, two of them opponents of the Waterfront Protection Ordinance.