Donnalee Lozeau says a smear job is being orchestrated.
But a biologist warns that numbers alone don’t ensure herd health.
Sen. Susan Collins also backs the bill, breaking with her Republican colleagues, who are likely to lead a filibuster.
Zachary Wittke is accused of leading high speed chase from Canadian border down Route 27 earlier this month.
A state biologist says the big beasts here are bucking a worldwide trend.
The Gold Glove winner, who has been battling back problems, returns to try to help Boston clinch its third World Series title in 10 years.
The awards are given at the Maine Food Means Business summit.
Just a year ago, Boston was in last place, and now, it’s on the verge of a World Series title.
The last time Boston celebrated at its home park, a pitcher named Babe Ruth was the team's biggest superstar.
Lawmakers will also debate pesticides in medical marijuana and a proposal to overhaul the troubled MaineCare rides program.
The former Eastland, now a Westin, will have a ‘soft’ restart Dec. 12 after two years and $50 million of refurbishing work.
The president, speaking in Massachusetts, says he takes responsibility for resolving problems.
Yet the Federal Reserve seems to signal that it thinks the economy is improving despite some recent weak data and uncertainties caused by the partial government shutdown.
He admits hurting the child for several weeks before causing a fatal injury by throwing the boy.
Later, the agency says it can neither confirm nor deny the connection and says it has signed a non-disclosure agreement.
The automatic cost-of-living adjustment – about $19 monthly – is based on consumer prices.
Deputies pull over a vehicle towing a stolen trailer in Casco.
The Bath man pleaded guilty earlier this month to thefts from Mid Coast Hospital where he worked as a pharmacy manager.
The electrician was accused of unauthorized connection to the utility’s power grid.
Consumer electronics companies are trying to create buzz about new gadget in time for holiday shopping season.
A citizens group seeks to save the park – and other open space – with a petition to create a new protective land ordinance.
Income rises 20 percent, but the Maine credit-card processor also lowers its full-year outlook, citing lower fuel prices.
Two children and the assailant, who had a long criminal record and apparently killed himself, are among the dead found in the home.
Todd Gilday is accused of killing Lynn Arsenault in Belfast and seriously injuring Mathew Day.
One suspect in custody; male accomplice is still being sought.
German chancellor’s personal history has made her sharply critical of NSA’s surveillance.
Maine's scallop season opens Dec. 2
State officials must work with members of the industry to create a reduction plan.
The nation’s top health official tells lawmakers ‘I’m responsible’ for the problems with the launch of Healthcare.gov.
Proposed acceleration of poultry processing would likely lead to more inhumane treatment, experts say.
Patient advocates dispute the accuracy of apparent declines in missed rides, saying the data omit patients who have simply given up
Barbara Poppe advises Portland to look at this as a state problem and seek state and federal help.
The city is one of the first in Maine to position itself to engage and serve Maine’s aging population, and could serve as a national model.
The town will vote Dec. 17 on forming a committee that would explore leaving the school district.
That puts all of the Middle East at high risk of a revival of the crippling infectious virus, says the World Health Organization.
Police identify body of woman found in river / Maine high court upholds murder conviction / Two Sanford High students charged in sex toy prank ... and more news from around the state.
The Cochranes, of Saco, showed their Boston devotion by giving their sons names from their favorite team.
Critics say a bill in the Senate would undermine states’ efforts to protect consumers.
Tickets to tonight's Game 6 are selling for an average of $2,374 for the chance to see the Sox clinch the World Series at Fenway.
Snapshots from the New York area show a community still struggling with the aftermath.
The former Illinois congressman was sentenced to 2½ years for illegally spending $750,000 in campaign money.
The lawmakers will decide Wednesday which bills to consider in 2014.
The realities of war become the state’s problems afterward.