Congress has stymied many of President Obama's proposals to address critical problems and he now seems to be waiting for a possible second term, while Mitt Romney promises change, but offers little in the way of specifics.
A nonprofit triggers reports of mailings to pets and dead people when it relies on easy-to-get lists.
Lance Dutson, former head of the conservative Maine Heritage Policy Center, has quickly moved from outsider to insider. Now he's managing his first political campaign, for Maine's GOP U.S. Senate candidate, Charlie Summers.
A neighbor called the fire department after seeing smoke coming from the house.
Even some Republicans, meanwhile, call on their candidate to release tax records.
The spike in disconnects – a reflection of a struggling economy in Maine – came as the electric company also strengthened its credit collections.
'Touching and important' things, not special effects, make good film, Karen Black tells film buffs in Waterville.
A glut in supply has led to record low prices. But if lobster fishermen are breaking the law to boost demand, they’re not saying.
Committee members will choose between a House member with mainstream views and a teacher who represents the GOP's more conservative wing.
From Kittery to Acadia National Park, elevated ground-level ozone is expected to be a problem through midnight tonight.
The author and naturalist is known for his books 'Walden' and 'The Maine Woods.'
Jill Stein acknowledges that her candidacy is a super long shot, but notes that a growing number of people are expressing frustration with the two major parties.
Police believe the victim experienced a medical problem while driving.
Drivers with the plates will be admitted free to all 48 parks and historic sites.
Although two inmates walked out of a minimum-facility last Sunday, Maine has a good record in preventing escapes, Joseph Ponte says.
Authorities are not saying whether there is any connection with arsons in Gorham this spring.
No one was hurt, police say, but the driver was charged with operating under the influence and texting while driving.
The path of Ayla's Walk with Trista, set for 4 p.m. today in Portland, mirrors the route the girl and her mother used to take.
Lobstermen will be competing in Searsport today and will be back racing in Stonington on Sunday.
Susan Fortier was turning left onto Route 4 when she was hit by a truck, police say.
The Broadturn Road project is the largest subdivision undertaken by the local Habitat for Humanity.
A pledge of $36,000 is made toward establishing an electronic monitoring system in Maine.
But an advocate says the law explicitly exempts the clergy.
Police trace the likely source of 150-200 gallons of the toxic waste to three tanks that had been sold for scrap metal.
The potted vines, popping up in random locations, will reward the community that keeps them alive.
The college speaks highly of Robert Diamond Jr., who has donated millions