Experts who were shown photographs of the structures speculate that they could be prototypes for floating Google data centers.
It’s an emotional return for students at Danvers High School after a classmate allegedly killed a popular teacher.
Nicco DeLorenzo and a bend-but-don’t-break defense help Kennebunk stay undefeated.
The robbery was reported at the Big Apple convenience store on Pleasant Street.
Mark Schwarz allegedly stole clothes, then scuffled with a store security officer.
Sharman helped establish the Celtics dynasty by winning four titles in 11 years, and also became a Hall-of-Fame coach.
The group wants to build contacts and promote Maine as a place to study and invest, the governor’s office said.
Police and OSHA are investigating the accident on Summer Street.
The management is reorganized after the exchange is plagued by delays and errors.
The dish earns Kerry Altiero a second straight major award at the largest Portland food festival.
The lawsuit accuses Expedia, Orbitz, Priceline and Travelocity of paying the rooms and meals tax on a special wholesale rate rather than on the price they charge customers.
A child support magistrate ordered the name ‘Messiah’ changed during a paternity hearing on Aug. 8.
Extra security is planned when Sanford takes the field Saturday against archrival Massabesic.
The 7.3-magnitude quake is an aftershock of the devastating one that struck in 2011.
A British newspaper said it obtained a confidential memo indicating that the personal communications of up to 35 foreign leaders may have been subject to U.S snooping in 2006.
A state officials says regulators worry about ‘over-reporting’ spills so 'the public is ... not overwhelmed by little incidents.'
The pup has been in rehab after being found in Wells in May.
More than 160 collection points have been set up for residents to drop off the drugs for disposal.
Ronald Serunjogi, 35, of Saco gets four months in prison and and four months of home confinement.
The governor hears from Maine police chiefs that they have to do much more with fewer resources.
Michael Hayden didn’t know that his phone conversation was being listened to by a tweeting passenger.
Attorneys have sparred for months over what is best for the boy who grew up in an abusive home.
Matt Grabowski left Stonington on Monday on a camping trip and couldn’t check in as planned because his cellphone battery died.
Store owner says man asked to see engagement rings, then bolted from the store with them.
The inductees include three one-time U.S. Ski Team members.
Prosecutors say the 50-year-old man stole credit cards from moviegoers at theaters in Greenwich, Fairfield and Colchester.
A preliminary investigation indicates that passengers may have been injured when the ‘Vortex’ started up again as they were getting off.
The untraditional Republican who hasn’t ruled out running for president will address the Iowa Republican Party’s annual fall fundraiser.
But the newly unsealed documents add nothing to the understanding of what happened to the girl in 1996.
The U.S. and Russia set a mid-2014 deadline for the destruction of the arsenal, which is too tight for Norway.
The sergeant first class had been disciplined before he opened fire with a handgun Thursday at an armory.
The Republican governor will hold an event Nov. 5 at the Buker Community Center in Augusta.
Mercy Hospital keeps its ‘A’ grade while Maine Medical Center stays at ‘B.’
Gov. Paul LePage helped kick off the fifth Taylor Tip-Off Tournament, which will be held in Falmouth and Waterville on Nov. 10.
State officials hope a new study will help restore the brown trout fishery on the Kennebec River.
Mt. Blue English teacher Dan Ryder joins teachers across the U.S. who are using Twitter to network and exchange teaching insights.
Voters also will decide if they want to reduce the number of town councilors.
Officials are alerting some foreign intelligence services that documents detailing their secret cooperation with the U.S. have been obtained by Edward Snowden.
A consultant calls for stronger controls on charity gambling.
Students disciplined after fight shown online / Exit to Falmouth Spur to be closed extra month / Electronic health network halfway toward completion ... and more news from around the state.
Residents will decide if they want to eliminate the option to construct seasonal cottages along the Route 1 corridor.
Besides inadequate testing, the system for finding the best technology contractors is complicated and doesn’t work, they say.
New leads are being pursued in the disappearance of the girl, then age 4, in Portugal in 2007.
The agency recommends restrictions on the highly addictive painkiller that mirror those for other narcotic drugs.
How many lawyers does it take to give lawyers a good name? Sorry, this isn’t a snarky lawyer joke.
Voters will fill three of seven seats on the Old Orchard Beach Town Council in the Nov. 5 election.