Portland falls to Trenton, 6-3, at Hadlock.
The man walked into Community Pharmacy and demanded that employees hand over their entire supply of oxycodone, police say.
A man and woman required hospitalization after they were struck by lightning Friday while sleeping in a tent at the park.
The Ford Interceptors will replace the Crown Vics, which State Troopers have been using since 1996.
A Limington girl is shot in the arm while traveling with her family on I-495 in Massachusetts.
The reasons that Hispanics give for choosing between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are just as diverse as the countries they or their ancestors once called home — despite many who try to lump Hispanics into one homogeneous voting bloc.
"In my heart of hearts, I just felt that everybody was starting to talk about this talking bear," said Nikki Rocco, head of distribution for Universal. "And the marketing campaign did a great job of telling people how fabulous this picture is for an R-rated audience."
Police say excessive speed and alcohol were factors in the Saturday night crash.
A novel program intended to raise money for financially strapped New England dairy farmers and educate consumers about the benefits of local farms isn't delivering as much help as organizers would like because it had to pay more than $60,000 in taxes.
Gail Jones said her son and a 34-year-old Maine man died because a gun owner failed to properly secure his gun.
Once completed, First Wind will have the capacity to supply the energy needs for 85,000 homes.
New Hampshire officials are investigating an all-terrain vehicle crash that seriously injured two 14-year-olds.
A recent survey of 17 communities found that 60 percent of what's thrown in the trash could have been either recycled or composted.
At 20 feet and weighing 2,000 pounds, the huge crocodile is blamed for deadly attacks in the southern Phillipines.
Rodney King was remembered in Los Angeles on Saturday as a forgiving man who bore the scars of his infamous beating with dignity.
Officials say a Saco man has become the first person charged with illegally selling fireworks under Maine's new fireworks law.
In this exclusive interview, William David Barry discusses his new book, "Maine: The Wilder Half of New England."
Warmer water may have thrown off the usual cycle, but sellers expect tourists will raise demand.
Fire destroys Standish home / Maine fishermen told to catch large-mouth bass / Water quality at beaches best since 2008 ... and other news from around the state.
Robert Joubert has run the Seacoast Baseball Academy since 2008.
In Maine and other New England states, there are more complaints about the animals coming near people in search of food.
The results will help refine the management plan for the conservation area.
Groups spent $7.5 million to try to influence the last legislative session in Maine, and an analysis of the money and votes shows only mixed results.
Some of the heaviest activity centered on a controversial bill to allow mining on Bald Mountain.
During a single incident Thursday, police in Winslow summoned six people for violating consumer fireworks laws.
Post-9/11 border tightening complicated islanders’ lives, and now along comes a U.S. tax wrinkle.
Despite the heat wafting up from the asphalt between breezes, thousands flocked to the Whatever Family Festival Kids Day at the Augusta Civic Center on Saturday.
In a one-on-one interview, Thelma Schoonmaker talks about her first meeting with Martin Scorsese, and her love of New England.
Maine State Police Trooper Douglas Cropper said the last thing he thought before he stopped a wrong-way driver on Interstate 295 by deliberately crashing into him was “just don’t hit me on the door.”
The main runway of the Augusta State Airport, which was closed for reconstruction the last two months, reopened at 3:41 p.m. Friday.
If Barack Obama does not win re-election in November, he risks losing the defining hallmark of his presidency.