Cost-of-living increases and limited job options take a toll, just some of the economic concerns on voters' minds.
The move will help the company increase the production of its popular Pumpkinhead ale.
The former vice president on Thursday was helping raise more than $4 million at events in Wyoming for the Republican presidential candidate.
WMTW is blacked out to Maine subscribers for a third day because of a contract negotiation stalemate.
All signs point to Jacoby Ellsbury starting a three-game series at Tampa Bay on Friday. Last year's MVP runner-up has been injured since April 13.
An industry forecast that nearly half a million new airline pilots will be needed worldwide over the next 20 years as airlines expand their fleets has raised safety concerns that airlines will hire lower caliber pilots as they struggle to fill slots.
Dear Secretary of State Charlie Summers: Now is your chance to make history.
A Georgia girl told investigators she spent days at a time locked inside a chicken coop, and had to wear a shock collar because she didn't do her school work, police said.
Ex-neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman called police at least six times in the months before he shot Trayvon Martin to death.
The 7-year-old boy is pulled from the pond and was listed in serious condition late Thursday.
State police have arrested a 75-year-old pawn shop owner for the killing of a woman whose body was never found.
Tyler said he's leaving the hit show after two seasons to rededicate himself to Aerosmith. "It's time to bring rock back," he said.
Christopher Michaels is taken into custody after Falmouth police serve him with court papers related to a domestic violence incident
Uniforms for the U.S. Olympic athletes are red, white and blue — but their unfortunately made in China. That has members of Congress fuming.
The money will pay for the removal of military markings at the airport and replace them with civilian airfield markings.
A former attorney general and state legislator in Maine has been selected to lead New Hampshire's largest health foundation.
Lyme is the sixth most common reportable disease in the United States, and the second highest in the Northeast.
Bain Capital's documents say Romney was in charge until 2002, but Romney says he left the company in 1999 — before Bain started shipping jobs overseas.
A lodge and pavilions will be built on the Hunter Road site, and the town will keep the Pownal Road fields.
The Maine senator hasn't missed one for 15 years, drawing high praise for her work ethic and dedication.
All other investigations into the May 23 fire aboard the USS Miami will be folded into the committee's probe.
Stores in South Portland, Waterville and Bangor closed in the past week. None of the stores' phone numbers remain in service.
“Last year, Pumpkin Mania hit in America (and we couldn't keep up)" said Shipyard's spokeswoman. “I can’t explain it, but it definitely did. So we are armed and ready for pumpkin season this year.”
As the governor tries to clarify his Gestapo remark, he stirs up more controversy by saying under the health care law, the IRS is headed in the direction of killing people.
The man was taken to the hospital for evaluation. Nobody was injured.
The proposed ordinance would ban panhandlers from standing on median strips.
The Maine PUC failed to resolve health and safety issues related to Central Maine Power Co.’s installation of smart meters and should now do so, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court rules.
Among other things, he is credited with helping establish the current 200-mile offshore territorial limit that protects U.S. fishing interests from foreign fishing fleets.
82-year-old Barbara Marshall, whose brother took part in the D-Day invasion of France, says she was so upset she had to lie down.
Campbell, whose credits include "Wichita Lineman," "Galveston," "Southern Nights" and "Rhinestone Cowboy," has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
LePage administration officials say dozens of jobs have been created and millions of dollars in revenue generated, thanks to the legalization of fireworks.
Joe Paterno and other Penn State officials hushed up child sex-abuse allegations against Jerry Sandusky for fear of bad publicity, according to a scathing report issued by the former FBI director on Thursday.
The release of a new block of tickets is a way to 'best serve' Mumford fans, says the show's promoter.
The drop is a hopeful sign but economists expect most of the decline to be reversed in the coming weeks.
Every country competing in London will include women athletes for the first time in Olympic history.
The man was inside his vehicle and the trooper was outside of his cruiser at the time of the shooting.
The boy was unharmed and was returned to his mother.
The ice valued at about $75 was stolen from an ice chest outside a Lewiston supermarket.
They sometimes suffer high fever, brain swelling, paralysis and respiratory shutdown, even though they may have been infected by people with few or no symptoms.
The vice president details differences between Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney on health care, education, energy, women's rights and research.
Randall Moulton, 20, and Phillip Gardiner, 25, now face up to an additional five years each for escaping.
Radio transmissions from LifeFlight personnel to the hospital indicated the patient was a 75-year-old woman who suffered a head injury.
The 110-foot patrol boat Jefferson Island has been based in Portland since its commissioning in 1991.
Drug agents say they found $3,400 worth of oxycodone in an Ellsworth man's vehicle after he returned from the home of his grandfather,
Results of three promising drugs will be known this year. If all fail, drug firms may give up the search.
‘Rules’ prevent importing programs to most viewers in southern Maine, and the WMTW blackout continues.
Officer injured in Afghanistan faces long recovery, sister says / Advocates push for policies that will boost plug-in cars / Bull Moose plans 11th store, at former Blockbuster site . . . and more Maine news.
Tareek Hendricks, formerly of Worcester, Mass., and accused in the April 2011 death, is caught in New York.
Its president demands that the governor apologize for comparing 'loyal Americans' to the Nazi secret police.
Police search for two suspects after a gunman on India Street kills a young Portland man and wounds two of his friends, the city's first homicide this year.
The South Windham Public Library was busy a few years ago, but then the cost of upkeep outweighed its dwindling use.
A lodge and pavilions will be built on the Hunter Road site, and the Pownal Road fields are being retained.
The leaders are split over a budget-balancing effort that could cost 27,000 Mainers their eligibility.
All three proposals would result in the loss of privately owned property.
Some question giving the benefit to two high-end housing projects, but others say development is badly needed there.