The robber took an undisclosed amount of cash, and witnesses saw him get into a pickup truck.
Capt. John Brainard of Newport died when the helicopter he was piloting in Afghanistan crashed on Memorial Day.
Police said they seized drug paraphernalia along with an array of stolen items valued in excess of $10,000.
Bike registrations, a bike rodeo and safety lessons will also be offered.
Suzanne Phillips, 36, was arrested last month after driving into two parked cars and driving away from the scene, according to a witness report.
The National Transportation Safety Board concluded that the pilot failed to maintain proper speed in part because of engine failure caused by improperly installed parts.
The mailings appear to be a bill, but the targets have never done business with that company.
This charity event, an ice cream tasting, will be a first for the city’s July 4 celebration.
The books included "The Untold Story of My Life Inside Whitey Bulger's Irish Mob," co-written by Bulger's former right-hand man.
The seventh-generation member of the famed Flying Wallendas will be tethered to the wire to prevent falling to nearly certain death when he tries to walk from the U.S. to Canada.
The man complains that he "specifically asked for a little turkey and a little ham, a lot of cheese and a lot of mayonnaise."
Mark Daniel, 24, was convicted of using fake American Express cards at Walmart, including a store in Biddeford.
Investigators are checking items seized from the store to see if they match items reported stolen.
Police had been searching for 49-year-old Dr. Timothy Jorden since Wednesday morning, when 33-year-old Jacqueline Wisniewski was found shot to death at the Erie County Medical Center.
"We confirmed he didn't have any intent to use them on the plane," police said.
The latest unscheduled withdrawal at a local credit union was from the flower bed, and it was all caught on surveillance video.
The WGME-TV reporter was interviewing David Houston, 59, about a sign that allegedly uses an ethnic slur to describe the president and urges people to join the Ku Klux Klan.
Dave Leitao, who led the Red Claws to a 21-29 record in his lone professional season, takes a position as an assistant coach at the University of Missouri.
Two hikers, one 22 and the other 46 years old, need assistance within hours of each other.
Her study of holistic pain management techniques leads her to feel she's a "traitor to her convictions" when she uses drugs to manage her pain, her father says.
Pilot Clayton F. Osbon, 49, who has been with JetBlue since 2000, allegedly ran through the plane's cabin yelling about Jesus and al-Qaida.
Maine's unemployment rate is up from April, but down from the 7.7 percent rate for May 2011.
Bankers, governments and investors are starting to prepare for Greece to stop using the euro, a move that could spread turmoil throughout the global financial system. Here's how Greece's exit could play out . . .
Under the plan, illegal immigrants who can prove they were brought here as children, but who otherwise have lived law-abiding lives and graduated from high school or served in the military, can stay and apply for work permits.
The ruling dissolving parliament concentrates power even more firmly in the hands of the generals who took over from former President Hosni Mubarak.
The vehicle and the occupant were taken to the Maine State Police Crime Lab in Augusta for identification.
State police say an SUV attempting to make an illegal U-turn at mile 71 in New Gloucester caused a crash this morning that sent a 24-year-old man to the hospital.
A postal service spokeswoman says the incident is under investigation.
Both campaigns expect Romney to win the majority of the voters in these reliably Republican places, but Obama's team is trying to keep the margin as narrow as it was in 2008.
A southern Montana fire official estimates about 100 gallons of diesel fuel leaked from the tractor-trailer onto the ground.
Jerry Sandusky's trial on 52 criminal counts has moved more quickly than many observers expected, and his lawyers could begin calling their witnesses as early as Monday.
Michael DeMaria, 44, hid the firearms in his Parkman home in violation of a protection from abuse order and while addicted to marijuana.
After a two-week trial, jurors deliberated for less than two hours before giving their decision in the $17 million lawsuit brought by fellow actor Stephen Baldwin.
The move is likely to win support from environmental groups and public health advocates but exposes the Obama administration to potential criticism from congressional Republicans and industry officials
Capt. John Brainard III of Newport died on Memorial Day when the helicopter he was piloting went down in Afghanistan.
Those being sworn in come from countries ranging from Argentina, Bulgaria and China to Iraq, Poland and Somalia.
Statoil wants to build a demonstration floating wind farm off the coast near Boothbay Harbor and will hold public meetings this month to update its progress.
Carroll "Sonny" Googins was a beloved music teacher at Brunswick High School and a sought-after pianist and music director in Portland's theater community.
Road work is hitting a few bumps in the neighborhood, where merchants say the city's parking decisions are unfriendly to business.
Former legislator gets six months for campaign forgery, theft / Police: Driver indicted in crash was going 100 mph over limit / I-295 crash wedges car between tractor-trailer and guardrail . . . and other Maine news.
Was it contaminated? Three experts with backgrounds in forensic science hold divergent views about the possibility.
The independent candidate and the entertainer share a long history, but Kreskin stops short of predicting a winner in November's Senate race.
Both sides of the gay-marriage campaign wish the ballot question took a slightly different tack, though for different reasons. All Mainers have a chance to tell the secretary of state what they think.
Justices insist on a zoning change, opening the process to the public. And can blasting occur this month?
With the stresses on social services increasing, Maine’s largest city seeks to learn more and find solutions.
Gorham Paper and Tissue was shut down for eight months before a New York investment firm bought it.
Gov. Paul LePage approves emergency funds to cover a shortfall since May 10.