A Florida probe questions the company's unqualified teacher assignments and says it had inaccurate student rosters.
The flag flew overhead as the victim's brother said, 'He was born to be a police officer....'
Personal information on permit holders will be confidential, but general statistics will be available.
David Ortiz is 8 for 16 since returning from the DL, including two hits in a win over Oakland.
A lawsuit says negligence led to an engine problem, which led to the pilot's death and the destruction of a house.
The CIA added the name of the dead Boston bombing suspect to a 745,000-person terrorist database in 2011, but it didn't help stop the attacks.
They reiterate that scaling back the cuts would be illegal.
Authorities originally said they had exchanged gunfire with Dzhokhar Tsarnaev for more than an hour, but that appears to be untrue.
Maine's newest U.S. senator says the country's greatest accomplishments 'were based on ... grudging compromise,' not obstruction or one-party domination.
A celebrity impersonator suspected of sending ricin letters is freed as the probe turns to his rival.
After Senate approval Wednesday, the measure needs one more procedural vote, after which the governor will sign it.
A team working on the replacement of the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge finds $12 million in savings.
Renovators of a nearby hotel now want to turn city-owned space into an event center and a smaller, friendlier park.
The bill would have allowed local fishermen to keep some lobsters caught in drag nets, but lobstermen vehemently objected.
Anthony Pratt is accused of killing Margarita Fisenko Scott, whose body was found in January near a Motel 6.
Mayor Brennan tells a business expo the campaign 'will put Portland on the map.'
In two days, the crowdfunding efforts triples what it has raised toward its $50,000 goal.
Richard L. Connor gave himself unauthorized salary increases and used company funds to pay for personal expenses, including credit card bills, a new SUV and vacation home rentals, according to a memo released to company employees by Lisa DeSisto, MaineToday Media’s current publisher.
Los Angeles is the worst, the INRIX report says.
Owner Richard Simis wrestles the man to the floor and holds him until police arrive.
CEO Chris McCormick says "our hearts go out to the victims, families and the community as a whole."
Scientists are calling it "dark lightning." The phenomenon occurs high in the atmosphere at nearly the same altitude as airline flights and the radiation it produces is about 100 times more potent than an X-ray.
Meanwhile, investigators question the brothers' parents, while Joe Biden calls the suspects 'perverted, cowardly, knockoff jihadis.'
The state Attorney General’s office has filed a court complaint against would-be developer Tom Niemann because the owner of the historic Kennebec Arsenal property has failed to make major improvements to it after five years.
Sean Collier was shot dead in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The measure passes 27-8, giving it the two-thirds recommendation necessary for the bill to take effect upon Gov. LePage's signature.
The man is linked to many Massachusetts bank robberies and to one Saturday in York, Maine.
The proposals to prohibit mandatory union membership now go to the Senate.
The bill to allow an increase in the licensing and registration service fees collected and retained by municipalities now awaits final Senate action.
The job fair will be held in the Maine Mall's Center Court from noon to 6 p.m.
The Tsarnaev brothers' relationship may have intensified when both parents left the country within the past year or so, leaving Tamerlan as Dzhokhar's dominant family member.
The senators say U.S. footwear manufacturing jobs could be increased if the military applied the same policy to athletic footwear that it uses when buying combat boots and other uniform items.
"There still seem to be serious problems with sharing information, including critical investigative information ..." said Maine Sen. Susan Collins.
Federal prosecutors say 68-year-old Gerald E. Bailey of Pittston received $83,398 he was not entitled to.
Police say Scott Peavey struck the girl several times in the face in a car in the parking lot of St. Joseph's Hospital. Police say he was drunk at the time.
The school and town budgets included an extra $1 million to hire extra police officers and security guards for each of the town's seven schools.
Eric Bard, 23, of Sidney has yet to enter a plea more than eight months after he was charged.
Observers say the shift seems to run counter to the intent of the new health care law, and threatens to affect the federal budget and the pocketbooks of some part-time workers.
Despite structural damage, the garment facility had been deemed safe.
In fact, 3 in 10 would rather not think about getting older at all.
Rep. Terry Hayes' bill would impose a tax on 5 percent of the amount contributed to political action committees.
The two women will be traveling without cellphones, computers or GPS. They'll be communicating via postcards with students at two schools in Maine.
The meat is still safe, but hunters are asked to turn in any feathered frights for study.
It represents the largest increase in the $4.85 million budget proposed for the next fiscal year.
Ask, as the saying goes, and you shall receive. But push, and Triss Critchfield will push back . . .
Rhode Island Senate to vote on legalizing gay marriage / Integrity and intellect count for N.H. judicial nominations / Casino referendum not on Massachusetts ballot June 25 ... and more news from around the region.
A pair of businesses agree to use natural gas from Summit as service enters Augusta and Waterville.
Developers want to buy a portion of Congress Square Plaza from the city and turn it into an 'event center.'
The school board OKs spending that seeks a tax hike while hoping for relief from the Legislature.
The senator believes the bill would force online business owners to become tax collectors.
Hundreds gather in Augusta to debate consumer awareness of bioengineered farm products as lawmakers try to decide.
Republicans say the FAA should have made less impactful cuts, and Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, calls the situation 'a manufactured crisis.'
A Maine Human Rights Commission report notes that former employee Kelly Roy 'had reasonable cause' to see irregularities.
"Never underestimate the charitable impulse of the American people," says One Fund Boston's administrator, Kenneth Feinberg.