The state's largest health care provider agrees to join the state's managed care network for Medicaid.
The rescue involved strapping the victim to a tethered harness dangling off a helicopter and flying him six miles.
Questions about the value of a dead child versus the value of a dead teacher are too painful, they say.
The Connecticut-based company seems to up its amenities in an effort to win a state license.
The fatal blast in Yarmouth, the second in Maine this year, prompts some to request leak tests.
Graduates in Maine already have average debt of $26,000, and they'll owe even more unless Congress acts.
The famed piano maker, in business for 160 years, agrees to a $438 million purchase by Kohlberg.
In its 18th season, it's still public television's highest-rated series, and has now visited 47 of the 50 states. Maine has yet to appear.
Allegations of U.S. spying on European officials in German news weekly Der Spiegel could jeopardize next week's opening of trans-Atlantic trade talks between the United States and Europe.
Boston's GM says teams are inquiring about the Celtics' All-Star point guard, 'but we have no intentions of moving Rajon.'
The proposal would exempt the elderly and disabled from the requirement, who often don't have easy access to photos IDs.
A former FBI agent who admitted taking payoffs from James "Whitey" Bulger offered a tearful apology Monday to the family of one of Bulger's alleged murder victims.
Here are the stories of the 19 elite firefighters who died Sunday in the the deadliest single day for firefighters since Sept. 11.
A man arrested in Florida has agreed to return to New England to face a charge in the murder case against the former Patriots tight end.
Tonight's scheduled matchup with the Trenton Thunder has been postponed until Aug. 31.
Zimmerman told police he was following Trayvon Martin because he suspected the teenager was a burglar and 'these guys always get away.'
The accident caused traffic to back up for about five miles from Cumberland to Tukey's Bridge in Portland.
Artem Tymchenko and his 17-year-old girlfriend had been eating Beefaroni and Pringles and drinking wine when the homeowner returned.
Two Cumberland County corrections officers were preparing to put handcuffs and shackles on Trezjuan Thompson, 29, of Lewiston, after he showered when he spun around and hit one, police say.
The Hotshot crews, who are highly trained and work long hours in extreme conditions, had deployed their protective covers, a last-ditch effort only used in the worst conditions.
Falmouth police and the Portland harbormaster find the man and his companion while checking for drunken boaters.
The 31-year-old performer falls about 50 feet during a Las Vegas production of 'Ka.'
A New York judge said Monday the men waited too long to sue. A fourth lawsuit is still pending in Pennsylvania.
Gov. LePage directs $100,000 from state's emergency contingency fund to Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence.
A crash had slowed northbound traffic early in the afternoon.
Some parts of southern Maine recorded as much as 3 inches of rain Tuesday, close to July's typical month-long average.
The celebrity attorney is going to have to wait a few months to find out if he can restart his legal career in the Pine Tree State.
The deaths of the Granite Mountain Hotshots marked the nation's biggest loss of firefighters in a wildfire in 80 years.
The Dilenschneider Group will work with a Portland-based partner, Burgess Advertising and Marketing, to promote Maine tourism.
The second ultimatum in the last week issued to President Mohammed Morsi says he must meet 'the people's demands' or face removal.
The former National Security Agency contractor who leaked U.S. secrets has reportedly asked Russia for political asylum, a move that its leader knows would hurt already strained ties with the U.S.
Serena Williams joined a growing list of marquee names eliminated early at this wild and unpredictable Wimbledon.
State Sen. Troy Jackson and state Rep. Alex Willette say they will run to replace U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud, who is considering a bid for governor.
The amount of the haul shows Democrats are fired up for his Blaine House run, a USM professor says.
A father tells police that his 13-year-old daughter had been communicating online with the English man for about a year.
Police are investigating a weekend shooting in Prospect that sent a 34-year-old man to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the stomach.
The new rules, which apply to cod, haddock, and other groundfish, follow a decision by federal fisheries officials in May that slashed commercial quotas in New England.
The Daniel Street fire produced heavy smoke and damaged two shops in Portsmouth's downtown area.
The meetings will discuss ideas for Maine's lobster industry, and are scheduled for July 9 in Rockland, July 11 in Machias, July 16 in Ellsworth and July 17 in Scarborough.
A man and a woman were killed when their motorcycle struck a guard rail on Route 9 eastbound at about 6 p.m. Sunday.
The $150 training is intended for those who want to get concealed weapons permits.
Last year's surge began in midsummer, and the severe outbreak totaled 737 cases.
A trend toward fostering closer teller-customer relationships arrives in Augusta.
Despite investment in Waterville's waterfront infrastructure, focus is put on other areas.
The town claims that the Winthrop resident's cattle continue to get loose and threaten public safety.
New England Protestants urge their denominations to divest from holdings in coal, oil and gas firms.
Flood damage shut down the Colchester Causeway service for two years.
Staffers from the Biodiversity Research Institute in Gorham study the birds in habitats as far away as Alaska and Mexico.
Well-wishers stage a fundraiser in Old Orchard Beach for Karen Rand, who lost a leg in April.
Mainers are among the visitors at the site of the 20th Maine's heroic charge at Little Round Top.
The victims, many from the city of Prescott, were battling a 2,000-acre fire amid a heat wave.