It's a long-running legal dispute between a Massachusetts couple and the town that's trying to make them get rid of their goats.
Several ongoing projects have helped people better understand how to manage health spending.
Even the tourism mag that said Arizona has better fall colors admits its claim was just a ploy.
At-large Councilor John M. Anton and school board members Jaimey Caron and Kate Snyder are not running for re-election.
New presidents or administrators prepare to take over at six schools and the UNH system.
The man is allegedly found by police standing next to several items stolen from Beale Street Barbecue in Bath.
Brandon M. Rimes, 26, of Fairfield, was ordered to spend eight months behind bars, and to pay for a couple's home security system, for burglarizing an Oakland home on Dec. 6.
Waked family members consider themselves Palestinian refugees, and many of them had escaped to Syria in the aftermath of the 1948 Arab-Israeli war.
James Irvin Taylor, 35, is charged with several crimes after a high-speed police chase through two counties Saturday.
There are three candidates to fill Seth Goodall's seat in Sagadahoc County.
The state's finance commissioner decided to close the office to save $900,000 over two years.
Southwest Airlines says a ‘seasonal route’ to the popular destination will be offered starting March 8.
David Michael Ferrar is possibly using a bicycle and traveling along railroad rights of way through city neighborhoods, police say.
Former school buildings in Falmouth and Portland will house the two Portland programs.
Officials want to punish the regime for using chemical weapons but not get deeply involved in the civil war.
Staff Sgt. Ty Carter receives the nation's highest military honor.
The big drop suggests the third quarter is off to a weaker start than some had hoped.
The Baxter Academy for Technology and Science must pass the inspection to get an occupancy permit to open next week.
Fourteen people in the state died between March and May after using a new synthetic opiate that resembles heroin, prompting a nationwide health warning.
Her main responsibility is to advance the mission of a regional network dedicated to promoting a sustainable New England food system.
The Patriots must make two more moves before Tuesday's league deadline to get to 75.
Prosecutors say they have ample evidence Bo Xilai netted $4.3 million through bribes and embezzlement, and interfered with the investigation of his wife for murdering a British businessman.
Edmund Cervone had been interim president since June 2012.
Thistleton Robertson IV said he was intoxicated and broke into the home because he was running away from two people, according to police.
Zookeepers fear the worst, then discover that a second panda cub had been stillborn.
Among the worst affected are mollusks, corals and echinoderms, including starfish and sea urchins, as well as oysters and cod.
Capt. Chris Martin is on administrative leave while the matter is investigated.
Their daughters said they believe their father willed himself to stay by his wife's side despite failing health until they could take the next step in their journey together.
The loyal LePage ally and ex-Maine treasurer confirms his intention to run for the 2nd District seat.
The man who fell to his death on Sunday is identified as David Thorne of Portland.
The city says the Red Stone Spa was offering at least one sexual massage service.
Donald Trump says the AG is upset that Trump didn't donate more to his election campaign, and that Trump University is 'fantastic.'
Ernest Wallace was indicted last week on a charge of being an accessory to murder after the fact.
The groups do not speak for the Muslim Brotherhood, but the initiative is a new sign of flexibility from the pro-Morsi alliance of mostly Islamist groups.
The Maine Warden Service and state investigators have joined the search for Vaughn Giggey III, 40, of Skowhegan, who has been missing since Friday night.
Giant squash, lumberjack contests and harness racing can be found at the 125th annual Windsor Fair, running through Labor Day.
The U.N. vehicle belonged to a team investigating the alleged use of chemical weapons, and world leaders have suggested that an international response to the attack is likely.
Victims and their families testify during the sentencing phase of the trial of the Army psychiatrist who opened fire on unarmed American soldiers.
Farmington Public Library Director Melanie Coombs launched the effort to help rebuild the Quebec town library destroyed by a runaway train in July.
The average retail cost of a gallon is now nearly 11 cents lower than a month ago.
All the residents are accounted for and none are believed hurt, but a firefighter suffers a minor injury battling the Main Street blaze.
Augusta police have conducted a number of details to get adults to buy liquor for underage people.
Pakistan is seen as key to the peace process because of its strong historical ties with the Taliban.
Seth Goodall resigned in June to serve as New England chief of the Small Business Administration.
The Democratic-controlled Legislature will return Thursday to vote on the $149.5 million bond package slated for the November ballot.
They’ll slow the growth of the local food movement, critics say, but others note that small farms are exempt.
They predict writings to be released will include more about the protagonist of ‘Catcher in the Rye.’
A librarian’s winning essay gains Potter-themed gifts and books for Lawrence Public Library in Fairfield.
A 1.4% rise through June indicates 2013 may end a four-year slump, spurred by a terminal expansion.
The annual publication of folksy wisdom warns a winter storm will hit the Northeast around the time of the Super Bowl.
The change could bolster land claims and open the door to a tribal-owned casino.
Man apprehended after attempt to flee / Last Mass at St. Louis Church scheduled / Seven game wardens graduate from training
Projects too big to do after the Newtown shootings were done during the summer break.
Four attendees recount why they went, the upbeat atmosphere and the Dr. King speech that changed history – and their lives.
In 1971, Una Richardson appealed to her classmates – unsuccessfully – that the Deering High School class of 1971 should not hold their prom at the whites-only Elks club.
Four courses have opened in the last year as interest grows in a sport that costs little and draws scores of enthusiasts.
The state's new A-F report card for schools gives too much weight to test participation, some educators say.
The newspaper's former Congress Street home will become a 110-room boutique hotel under its future owner, Jim Brady.
The fire continues to grow and, at 234 square miles, covers more ground than the city of Chicago.
From the archives: Maine participants in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom recall their experiences upon returning to Portland in the Portland Evening Express of August 29, 1963.