Georgetown selectmen approve the change from a program that has saved the state treasurer thousands of dollars in taxes.
The storm, sitting offshore near the Florida Panhandle, has dumped as much as 26 inches of rain in some spots.
The University of Virginia reinstated its popular president Tuesday less than three weeks after ousting her in a secretive move that infuriated students and faculty and had the governor threatening to fire the entire governing board.
After two years of construction, the new Veterans Memorial Bridge is ready to open.
Matthew Blanchard, 24, apparently fell asleep while driving a 2008 Chevy Cobalt, and then lied to police about who was driving.
There is no timetable on when those repairs might end
Maine authorities say one person is dead following a house fire Tuesday in Rumford.
After selling a comedy special directly to fans and upending the comedy business, Louis C.K. is taking the same approach with tickets to his next tour.
The Gold certification is the second-highest rating for the design, construction and operation of "green" buildings.
Cabot Creamery Cooperative is losing a little "Vermont" on its labels, and that has government officials worried that Vermont is losing a little publicity.
Pike Industries won't blast rock at its Spring Street quarry until the Maine Business and Consumer Court takes further action on a consent agreement between the city and the company.
Pete McAleney of New Meadows Lobster has a bright blue, a bright orange and a calico lobster in a holding tank at his Portland business.
One candidate is from Bethel, Maine, and one is from Lincoln, N.H.
Sea Tow started dragging the 1946 Stinson Voyager toward South Portland this morning.
The Spice Girls gave fans what they want — what they really, really want — Tuesday, reuniting onstage to announce the details of a musical based on their songs.
Casey Family Services, which provides foster care, adoption and family reunification services in Maine, will cease operations by next year.
At an event in Boston on Monday, the president thanked the Red Sox for trading Youkilis to his hometown team, the Chicago White Sox. Romney's spokeswoman said the president was inappropriately mocking a struggling team.
Monsignor William Lynn is the first U.S. church official convicted in the cover-up of child sex-abuse complaints.
They chose to kill the popular St. Johnsbury teacher because she had beautiful blond hair and they felt socially snubbed by her, according to a police affidavit.
Critics say there's a conflict of interest because Summers' office will oversee his own election, but Summers said his deputy will handle the election – not him.
Officials from both communities say the time has come to take a closer look at how traffic moves through two highly traveled corridors.
The panel of medical, law enforcement and state officials is looking for solutions as an epidemic of drug store robberies plagues the state.
The jobless rate in the region was 6.8 percent last month, down from 6.9 percent in April.
The iconic Clock Tower of Britain's Parliament — widely, though incorrectly, known as Big Ben — is being renamed in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, authorities said Tuesday.
The Celtics legend was named the NBA's Executive of the Year this year after building a tough, young team that lost to eventual champion Miami.
The bank has now posted 11 consecutive years of growth, and expects to open a new branch in Augusta in the near future.
Jerry Sandusky's son told police he was sexually abused starting when he was 8, a decade before the former Penn State assistant football coach adopted him, according to a police interview recording obtained by NBC.
Lawmakers will consider an audit by the Office of Program Evaluation & Government Accountability, or OPEGA.
A lot of people gripe when they get high summertime electric bills. But Kristin Harriger's bill beats them all.
Three other York County communities also make Yankee Magazine's list of the Top 25 Beach Towns in New England.
Five defendants from Biddeford and one from Saco face charges in federal court.
Glenise Hutchins, 80, of Falmouth died of internal bleeding following the crash, police said.
Saco residents will decide next month if they want to form a committee to seek withdrawal from Regional School Unit 23.
Hearst was the chairman of a privately held media conglomerate that traces its roots back more than 125 years, when his grandfather took over the San Francisco Examiner.
The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the state's "show me your papers" statute has left the state's police chiefs and county sheriffs with more questions than answers.
Officials in Yellowstone National Park say a Massachusetts man was gored by a bull bison that threw him 10 feet in the air and then pinned him to the ground.
Under pressure to limit contagion from the British phone hacking scandal, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. said Tuesday that it is considering splitting into two publicly traded companies.
The test involves a swab of the inside of the mouth and the results are ready in about 20 minutes.
Hunter told ABC's "Good Morning America" on Tuesday that she and Edwards were still a couple until late last week, as details from her new book emerged.
New data shows students who attend for-profit schools are have particular trouble paying off their loans because they can't find 'gainful employment.'
But the White House and experts say Issa's challenge has little merit, and legal precedent and the behavior of previous administrations side with President Obama.
Bangor's city manager said a national search drew 30 applicants, but she ultimately decided to promote from within.
The Boston mobster said he was given immunity in the 1970s for his 19 murders, and should be released from jail.
Charles H. Willey, 54, a truck driver, killed a 12-year-old girl in 2011 when his tractor-trailer tipped over.
Coca-Cola Co. plans to invest an additional $3 billion in India through 2020 as it looks to capitalize on the growing market.
Sleep in a doghouse, wear a humiliating sign and cut off a child's ponytail are some of the punishments judges have meted out recently.
MBTA trolley operator Aiden Quinn admitted he was texting his girlfriend just before the two-vehicle crash.
Kendrick Whitney says he may try to circulate another petition asking that the ban be amended to allow people to sell and use fireworks on certain days during specific hours.
It its place, artist Michael Pilato paints an image of a poet and activist draped with a blue ribbon – a symbol for awareness of child sexual abuse.
The Education Department reports that students in 193 programs at 93 schools were unable to meet standards for a new "gainful employment" rule.
Facebook has replaced the email address users chose when they signed up and changed it to an @facebook.com address.
Zack Dionne, 15, drives his ATV to cover Monday at Fisher Farm in Vassalboro ahead of an approaching thunderstorm . . .
The new quarter to be unveiled today at the park depicts a view of the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse.
Thelma Schoonmaker is best known for editing the films of director Martin Scorcese, with whom she has worked for more than 40 years.
The weather service has issued a flood warning for Brownville and the surrounding area into this afternoon.
Complaints lead the city to ask the state to reduce the limit on a busy stretch near the Scarborough line to 35 mph.
Howard Jack had been placed on paid administrative leave after a student accused him of ignoring complaints about bullying.
A local couple and L.L. Bean try to resolve concerns about a celebration's effect on animals.
A study shows a large increase since 2003 and finds reasons for the six states to collaborate.
President Obama makes an appeal to undecided voters in what is viewed as one of the swing states.
Four instructors at the Texas base where all airmen are trained face criminal charges.
The remains of Patten, Maine, native Nick Hall, a ranger killed while rescuing climbers, will stay on Mount Rainier until better weather.
The education budget is unchanged from the one that had been vetoed by Mayor Alan Casavant.
The York County Sheriff's Office and the Cumberland and Yarmouth police departments will receive the funding.
Christopher Lee Veysey started a fire last fall that destroyed the building that housed a plumbing business.
Justices throw out key parts, saying they intrude on federal statutes, but uphold the 'show-me-your papers' checks by police.
Patients reporting pain that requires removal of the implants and data from British experts prompt scrutiny.
His tractor-trailer tipped over on a minivan last August, killing a 12-year-old girl from Connecticut.