The court called Attorney Timothy O'Meara's conduct "egregious" and said the biggest injury he caused was to the integrity of the legal profession.
The Navy investigates and relieves him of his week-old assignment as submarine commander.
Neighbors had complained about late-night noise at the popular Old Orchard Beach creamery.
Republican Charlie Summers, Independent Angus King and Democrat Cynthia Dill all made inaccurate claims during Monday's debate in Lewiston.
A steady stream of cruise ships is bringing thousands of visitors to Portland's shores this summer, and they bring more than just money.
The independent's campaign fires back at ads sponsored by national pro-Republican groups.
Matthew Shaw defied the odds and rose above the challenges of autism to create a successful career and a meaningful life . . .
Christian tradition has long held that Jesus was unmarried, but a fourth-century artifact provides contradicting evidence.
Administrators receive a message from the governor’s office, but they aren’t sure what he was trying to say.
Rita Kissen is an author, singer, composer and retired professor who founded the Portland chapter of Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays.
Reversing its stance from a year ago, the Maine Principals’ Association approved a waiver Tuesday to allow Portland and Deering High to form a co-op boys’ hockey team for the next two years.
Nine people were sent to hospitals Tuesday afternoon after a head-on collision between a school bus and a car.
The project proposal angered neighbors on Black Point Road, prompting them to form the Friends of Oak Hill group to fight the project.
James Carter IV says he tracked the source down on Twitter in August and convinced them to trust a journalist at Mother Jones magazine with the clips.
Mississippi is expected to remain the fattest state for at least two more decades, but at least half the people in 39 states will be obese.
Meanwhile, homes actively for sale in the Portland metropolitan area fell almost 17 percent from a year ago.
The previous record high for the first six months of a year was set in 1951.
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"We believe in equality of opportunity, not equality of outcome."
Parents with jobs scramble to arrange child care, and school officials hope to reopen Monday.
After a dismal 2011, homebuilders have seen their fortunes begin to turn around this year as the housing market recovery has steadily gained momentum.
The season opener will be April 4 at Hadlock Field against Trenton.
The candidate's advisers acknowledge the remarks may dominate news coverage for days but dispute the notion that his comments could fundamentally change the election.
A surveillance photo shows a middle-aged man, wearing large wire-rimmed glasses, and wearing a backpack.
The rally in its stock price puts its value at $656 billion, more than any public company has ever been worth, if one ignores inflation.
One Maine official says the state hoped to secure $3 million to $5 million in new business deals, but it'll be a few weeks before details are released.
Based on complaints from the neighborhood, the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency launched an investigation into the suspected sale of drugs from 193 Congress St.
Jubilant delegates poured out of a South Side union hall singing "solidarity forever," cheering, honking horns and yelling, "We're going back."
The Great Bay Municipal Coalition believes pollution control requirements are too demanding and expensive.
The three October debates could be one of the Republicans' best opportunities to break through with voters.
Joel Bailey admitted writing more than $600,000 in checks to himself and his own technology company from his employer's line of credit.
Under the ruling, the magazine Closer cannot publish anymore images of a partially clad Kate Middleton, including on its website and tablet application.
Selectman Duane Gray and Deputy Town Clerk Janet Torrey both passed away over the weekend.
The project aims to help shed light on the sharks' migration patterns, protect breeding and birthing sites, improve public safety and raise awareness about the threatened species.
A Chamber official declined to say how much the group was spending for the ads that will air for 10 days to two weeks, simply calling them a "massive buy."
The blue lights were flashing, but the moped driver kept going.
Joshua Dutch, 33, was last seen Friday shortly before midnight.
This summer, for the first time ever, UMaine made list of the nation's top party colleges, but some say it's unwarranted.
Although the massive, well-organized rally in Beirut was peaceful, protesters in Afghanistan set fires near a U.S. military base and clashed with police in Pakistan.
The city's agreement with Pike Industries can't be enforced unless some zoning is revised.
The Boston Archdiocese devised the plan over nearly two years as it faces potentially crippling problems, including a priest shortage, and worsening financial and attendance numbers.
The cause of the accident remains under investigation by the Maine Marine Patrol.
The City Council reversed its original position on parking in Knightville, voting Monday night to allow some angled parking in the business district.