Petitioners ask the town not to demolish the island building, but there are obstacles.
This year, puffin chicks are getting plenty of herring, unlike last summer when many of them starved.
Once sidelined by a slew of obstacles, including precarious health, the nice guy proves to be the comeback kid.
While others weigh vegetables, Holly Morrison sells fresh-pecked poetry.
It's a good start for Brandon Workman but an unsatisfactory finish for reliever Matt Thornton.
Controlling the blaze at Grimmel Industries takes more than three hours.
The Mets hold the Sea Dogs scoreless for the third time in the series and win five of six games in the four-day set.
The Justice Department says it is looking into the shooting death of Trayvon Martin to determine whether federal prosecutors should file criminal civil rights charges.
Phil Mickelson birdies the first playoff hole, ending a 20-year wait for a victory in Europe.
Bill Warner was clocked at 285 mph before he lost control and crashed on a track in northern Maine.
An international treaty is likely to close U.S. courts to many foreigners and force them to pursue their claims in Asia and elsewhere, where lawsuits are rarer, harder to win and offer smaller payouts.
Tyson Gay, who has the fastest 100 time in the world this season, says he will pull out of the world championships next month in Moscow.
The two-day Maine YogaFest, in its first year, drew people from eight states.
The Rev. Al Sharpton said Monday that his organization will hold vigils and rallies in 100 cities Saturday in front of federal buildings.
None of the five hospitalized runners, who ran in the Shipyard Old Port half marathon, had life-threatening issues.
The annual Moxie Festival in Lisbon started in 1982 to pay homage to the unusual beverage that was concocted by a Mainer in the 1870s.
Chris Froome extends his lead over main rival Alberto Contador.
The Canadian-born actor, who had battled addiction, is found dead in a Vancouver hotel room.
The 12-person cabin crew were instrumental in saving lives during the July 6 crash.
The Harry Potter author admits she wrote a detective novel under her pseudonym Robert Galbraith.
The Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion adds 10,000 square feet of exhibition space and serves as the museum's entrance.
Defense attorney Mark O'Mara says, "there still is a fringe element that wants revenge. They won't listen to a verdict of not guilty."
The 23-year-old Australian woman was gored in the back and suffered multiple rib fractures and damage to her right lung that left her in "very grave" condition after an operation.
Sunday is the second and final day of free admission to 48 state parks and historic sites to vehicles bearing "loon" license plates.
Powered by a robust blend of passion and caffeine, the shop is poised to grow again, exemplifying the rare success story that manages to stay true to its 'humble beginnings.'
The arrival of the for-profit events in Maine has some runners concerned about the future of traditional charity races.
Coffee By Design’s guru puts his faith in slow-roasted, quality beans from farms he visits himself.
Loaded with oil, the unmanned freight train turned into a runaway death machine, that exploded into a conflagration that killed nearly 1 percent of the town's population.
Manufacturers depend on the Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway and fear higher costs.
A shooting in Starks last October highlights the tenuous -- and tense -- relationship when it comes to hunting on private property.
The rising demand for crude oil transit gave hope to the Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway, but may also be prove to be its undoing.
The handwritten letters scold those who opposed L.D. 1503 for disdaining the U.S. military.