Police say he was shown on video damaging an SUV.
Police say at least four concertgoers ingested ‘an unknown substance.’
The results show us trailing many others, and reinforce the large skills gap among the nation’s workers.
James Reynolds, 18, of West Paris, who reportedly is mentally ill, made a threat with a rifle, the attorney general says.
She defrauded insurance companies of over $69,000 for more than three years.
The state’s 61 credit unions reached highs in assets, loans and members in the first half of 2013
A lawyer for Charles Black says a search warrant for medical records lacked probable cause.
The commission says it will work to release information that’s not deemed confidential by the end of the month.
The road reopened at 5:45 p.m.
Police say a girl and a boy both reported being approached by males in vehicles in the past month.
A Unitil spokesman says there were no evacuations after a gas line was struck outside JCPenney.
Prosecutors are showing mercy by recommending a five-year prison sentence because of Leo Sharp’s age and his war service.
Town officials decide on a delay as a petition for a referendum on the ordinance is circulated.
Maine still will be a ‘hub,’ while the company’s sole headquarters will remain in Cherry Hill, N.J.
For those who use oil, the average bill should drop slightly, but it’s still the second-highest average on record.
The Higgs boson is associated with an invisible field that is part of the basic infrastructure of the cosmos.
The employees in the Disability Determination Office are paid with federal funds.
Jim Rier, longtime Department of Education finance director, becomes acting commissioner.
Jared Remy enters the plea during his arraignment on murder and assault charges, and the court orders him held without bail.
The driver of the SUV that ran over and seriously injured one of the bikers has not been charged, even though some of the motorcycle riders say he sparked the violence.
The treasury secretary insists that default is inevitable ‘if we don’t have enough cash to pay our bills.’
Democrat Shenna Bellows of Manchester will launch her campaign Oct. 23 in Ellsworth and Portland.
The suspect or suspects crashed a truck into a supermarket entrance, then fled the scene early this morning.
Diana Nyad started her 48-hour swim this morning in a 40-yard pool set up in Herald Square.
About 600 of the 700 drivers who work for the city’s bus contractor are on strike, affecting about 33,000 students.
The raid and arrests at 648 Congress St. follow a six-month investigation.
Trucks will face lower fees and may now cluster together to sell food, something that was previously prohibited.
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Police believe the man and another suspect are responsible for at least 30 burglaries in the last three months.
An official said the secretary spoke with Vladimir Putin for about 15 minutes primarily about Syria.
The daughter of Sen. Robert Kennedy was arrested last year after swerving her Lexus into a tractor-trailer.
Stavros Mendros and Peter Robinson are accused of hiding the source of substantial contributions to their campaign in order to mislead voters
“Sometimes you have a feeling that the water is weird,” he says.
Adults in Japan, Canada, Australia, Finland and multiple other countries scored significantly higher than the United States in all three areas of the test.
Meanwhile, the stock markets start to lose confidence as the budget stalemate shows no signs of a solution
Officials urge vaccinations for diners at the Durham event, where an infected volunteer served food.
Monica Semian, a student from Romania, was knocked off her bike and crushed by the rear wheels of the vehicle.
A clash between two lobstermen in North Yarmouth leaves one dead of gunshot wounds to the torso.
Rangers issue a handful of citations over the weekend for alleged trespassing. The government shutdown closed the national park Oct. 1.
State regulator says the insurance provider can’t force customers to change doctors.
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She had a passion for country line dancing and family.
Three winners will receive $20,000 incentive packages to open downtown businesses.
The man captured in a rare U.S. rendition likely holds secrets of al-Qaida’s strategy since 2001.
The national Republican party wants the court to overturn the $123,200 limit on what contributors may give in a two-year federal election cycle.
The Maine Warden Service and Winthrop police searched the woods behind Thomas Devoy’s home, but found nothing.
After emergency repairs over the weekend, consumers in different parts of the country continue to report delays.
Law enforcement will now have to get search warrants to gather cellphone information including voicemails, text messages and location data.
Students also give their own take – from ‘lots of beer’ at Bates to ‘best campus food’ at Bowdoin.
The latest campaign-expense disclosures show in-kind donations play a key role for all parties.
The Red Sox still have a 2-1 series advantage, but failed to close out Tampa on Monday night.
Contracting out cleaning services could save more than $250,000 per year, administration says.