Cathy Cook recounts local ghost stories in her book 'Hauntings from Wayne and Beyond.'
Informal clubs are sprouting up across Maine to help young students get active.
Michael Skakel won a new trial Wednesday in the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley.
The program launched this month may reduce check-in times and hassles.
The JFK assassin left the ring on his wife’s dresser before he left the house to kill the president.
A costly error by Boston relief pitcher Craig Breslow helped St. Louis win 4-2.
Buchholz could use the extra day of rest, the manager says, but sidesteps a question about a possible injury.
A St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguer posted a screen shot on Twitter and implied Boston’s ace was cheating.
The judges were tied, so an audience vote makes Chris Long the Maine Lobster Chef of the Year.
Wednesday’s game peaked with 16.9 million viewers during the second inning.
Two soliders are wounded and the suspected shooter is in custody, officials say.
Union members say Michaud has a proven record protecting Maine’s working families.
Catherine George, 49, was airlifted to a Boston hospital. Her condition wasn’t immediately known.
The Leapfrog Group rates hospitals annually on 28 safety measures.
Authorities have not said whether Colleen Ritzer had any previous run-ins with Philip Chism, the student who is charged with murder.
An industry analyst tells a Portland audience that gasoline, diesel fuel and home heating oil will continue to be in high demand for decades.
The man tries to help his dog, caught in a coyote trap, but it bites him and won’t let go.
The standards cover policies like health care, sanitation, food service, tool and chemical controls, training and fire safety, according to the sheriff’s office.
A U.S. official says the vessel and 11 other members of the crew were released.
Frank Sherburne has been cleared of any impropriety, which the school board points out in an online letter that criticizes the teachers union.
Besides the high positions nationally, Mainers also compare very well against foreign students, a federal study finds.
The states include Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont.
A $68,000 grant will allow students on a waiting list to access classes
Leaders of 70 funds said they’re asking the world’s top oil, gas, coal and electric companies to do detailed assessments of how efforts to control climate change could impact their businesses.
Both vehicles were destroyed in the crash early this morning.
Crews are working to repair the line in time for the evening commute.
State lawmakers in both Ohio and North Carolina have called a news conferences to dispute Connecticut’s claim.
Federal officials decided to ‘go live’ despite the brief test period, causing a chaotic rollout, a congressional panel is told.
Shoppers are prompted to choose healthier items identified by the grocery store chain’s system.
The mother of one of the girls says her daughter was attacked and a video posted on Facebook shows other students standing around cheering.
‘If we find the guy, I hope he can get convicted,’ says Joseph Jenness.
School officials say the student faces possible expulsion.
Tanya Singleton has pleaded not guilty to charges of criminal contempt and conspiracy to commit accessory after the fact.
The four-hour standoff on July 4 ended when a tactical team used tear gas to take him into custody.
The broadband network connects hospitals, community health centers and other facilities in primarily rural locations so they can share medical information.
Merkel’s government says she has complained to President Obama after receiving information her cellphone may have been monitored.
Passengers who are eligible include U.S. citizens who are members of frequent traveler programs or the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Trusted Traveler program.
Construction crews found more structural damage on the southbound ramp than they anticipated.
Two candidates are running for the office of Saco City Mayor in the Nov. 5 election.
The Health and Wellness Expo on Nov. 3 also will benefit the Good Shepherd Food Bank and Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital.
40 volunteers participate in a dance teacher’s tribute to Michael Jackson’s hit song.
The man, who had resided in Norway before leaving three years ago, was well known to its domestic intelligence service.
The activist’s spouse is cautiously optimistic as the Russian charge is reduced from piracy to hooliganism.
Frank Sherburne’s communications with a troubled student were just misconstrued, the board chair says.
David Tripp and Donald Pilon want to focus on economic development, but in different ways.
The 16-day government closure affected local businesses in a variety of ways – and they fear it could happen again.
Some of the candidates’ priorities: Budgets, taxes, growth, RSU withdrawal and resident participation.
The vote for the two seats, however, may be nullified if Saco elects to leave the district.
It’s just one option as the team looks for a permanent home while its stalemate with the Civic Center continues.
The plan for a four-story building with homes and businesses adds to other upscale projects going up on Munjoy Hill.
She is suing over her husband’s death in 2012, but the railroad is in bankruptcy proceeding.
That would help people avoid the troubled federal site, the company says, as it awaits a response from the U.S.
Joseph A. Deleskey is also ordered to pay more than $15,000 in fines.