A firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion. About 10 departments responded.
She will set up a PAC for 'like-minded candidates' also, but wouldn't make any firm commitments to Charlie Summers.
But backers of the $5 million project say it's too early to judge the success of the 1.2-mile trail because the area is on the verge of major development.
The day's heat is an added challenge as many crews are called in to help battle the Brunswick blaze.
Consumer Reports magazine says 'complications are worse than average' at the Portland hospital.
Cod fishermen propose to voluntarily reduce 2012's catch and carry over the unused part of the quota.
Most of the total $91,000 she's raised so far in her campaign for U.S. Senate is from individual donors.
Democrats are accusing Romney of being secretive and taking advantage of tax loopholes that aren't available to average Americans.
A 22-year veteran of the Vermont State Police who resigned under fire this week was charged Friday with two felony counts of falsifying time sheets.
The ex-neighborhood watch volunteer charged with killing Trayvon Martin asked for a new judge Friday, claiming the current one is biased against him.
Yet documents surfaced for the second straight day that seemed to indicate Romney played an active management role in Bain through at least 2001.
A California man is facing charges after he was found camping inside a protected area for piping plovers at Higgins Beach.
Sen. Susan Collins of Maine says the money will go toward repairing U.S. Route 136 in Durham.
Traffic is moving at a snail's pace on Interstate 295 North after a minor car crash near Exit 5.
Former President Bill Clinton says Mitt Romney's financial record is a matter of legitimate campaign scrutiny because he's been selling himself as a fix-it man on the economy.
A student pilot had a rough landing, shearing off the plane's nose wheel.
The $800,000 balance of her campaign war chest will be used to establish a political action committee to support "like-minded" candidates.
75-year-old George Jaime is accused of killing his girlfriend 13 years ago in Presque Isle.
The fire occurred around 1:30 p.m., along the northbound lane near mile marker 108 in Hallowell.
The Cape Elizabeth boy will return to camp Monday after the incident in Scarborough.
Between 150 and 200 gallons of waste home heating oil was dumped in stormwater catch basins at Falmouth and St. John streets in Portland.
Gov. Paul LePage makes his public apology during his weekly radio address.
An officer reportedly told colleagues he would shoot the first lady, and then showed the gun he would use. Some believe he was joking.
At the time of his arrest, Joshua Porfirio, 23, of Waterville was with three children under 7 years old.
Of the 2.6 million service members deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, it's estimated that 13 percent to 20 percent have symptoms of PTSD.
28-year-old William LaFever lived on frogs and roots to stave off death.
A recent biological assessment of Atlantic cod populations found that cod stocks are actually in worse shape than originally thought.
Pollster MaryEllen Fitzgerald and political consultants Dan Demeritt and Mike Cuzzi respond to readers' questions.
Gov. Paul LePage promises to match the donation by the second annual Amy Lake Memorial 5K fundraiser in Dexter.
In Augusta's District 57, former state Rep. Patsy Crockett will be the nominee for the fall election.
Police say the vehicle left the road, struck a tree and rolled several times before bursting into flames.
The group describes itself as a nonpartisan, nonreligious citizen-based organization committed to defending marriage in Maine. The group had raised $312 as of the June 2 campaign finance reporting deadline.
A non-profit that is running a drive to register voters has mailed voter registration forms to animals and non-citizens.
There is no indication of foul play but the state medical examiner will conduct an autopsy.
The virus is potentially fatal and easily preventable.
Just three months ago, JPMorgan was viewed as the top American bank. Since the disclosure of the trading loss, however, that reputation has been eroded.
Police say the motorcycle colliided with a car driven by a 21-year-old Poland man that crossed the center line.
Prosecutors say between September and November 2010, Angela Amy Curtis, 26, stole mail in Glenburn, Hudson, Bucksport, Hermon, Orono, Bangor and Veazie.
The officer is accused of calling Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford a derogatory racial term during a Sea Dogs game July 5.
The Cony student was accused of trying to ignite items placed inside a school toilet. At the time, police reported the minor damage was confined to the toilet seat.
Authorities seize 470 bags of heroin with a street value of almost $12,000 and other drug paraphernalia.
Today marks the 200th day since the toddler was reported missing and her mother is hoping to keep the toddler in the public's mind.
A Waterville father is charged with endangering a child's welfare after his son is found wandering unattended in a high traffic area downtown.
FAA grants of more than $2 million will help construct hangars for small, general aviation aircraft, among other improvements.
Responders initially believed Arlene Smith, 75, was hit by a falling tree, but her doctors have since said they don't believe that's what happened.
Officials urge people to refrain from strenuous activity, especially children and adults with respiratory problems.
Maine's highest court says the PUC failed to resolve health and safety issues related to the installation.
Falmouth man arrested on drug, domestic-assault charges / More tickets to Mumford & Son on sale today / Two escaped convicts recaptured ... and more news from around Maine.
The Town Council seeks residents' feedback before choosing one of the two candidates next week.
Matthew Blanchard, 24, was recovering from the tragic death of his girlfriend when he was killed on a Portland street.
A bill in the U.S. Senate seeks coordination of efforts and resources against an 'epidemic.'
Mark Strong was being retained to look into alleged harassment, his lawyer says.
Glen Campbell, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease, will perform here on his Goodbye Tour.
An impasse in talks between the state and the Sprague Corp. has both sides looking at new options for the popular Cape Elizabeth beach, including a private operation.
Cost-of-living increases and limited job options take a toll, just some of the economic concerns on voters' minds.