The sailboat had collided with a couple of other boats, the Coast Guard says.
Ira Waltz will stay on through Aug. 31 or until a new superintendent is hired.
Representatives from the city and the State Theater, which is promoting the Mumford & Sons’ concert, are invited to Thursday’s meeting.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule today.
Two lanes of traffic will remain open but there could be delays
The suspects became violent after going to a garage to collect a debt owed to them by the owner, police say.
Police say the employee diverted more than $56,000 in donations.
A Minnesota company is building a propane rail terminal in the Biddeford Industrial Park.
First Lady Ann LePage, the Federal Highway Administrator and the Maine Department of Transportation Commissioner are among those who plan to attend.
The Red Sox scored six runs in the first inning and David Ortiz hit his 399th career homer, as Boston won for its ninth time in 11 games.
The man was riding a Harley Davidson inbound on Johnson Road when it appears a Toyota Avalon tried to make a U-turn in front of him, causing the collision.
To avoid large classes, officials are inviting parents to try to out-of-neighborhood placement at Longfellow Elementary or East End Community School.
In two weeks, retiring congressman and leading gay-rights activist Barney Frank will marry his partner Jim Ready, of Ogunquit, in Massachusetts. Then, he’ll work to ensure that same-sex nuptials are legal in Maine.
61-year-old Dana Wilson, of Brewer, who once averaged 35 points per game for Husson University, was indicted Wednesday by a Penobscot County grand jury.
Dock workers rushed to unload stacked containers inside a cargo ship in New Jersey on Wednesday after Coast Guard officials heard knocking from inside one of the boxes.
Surgeons in Boston are attempting to reattach a 5-year-old Maine boy's hand after he lost it in a freak accident.
But the numbers are within the margin of error in national surveys, meaning the race is essentially a tossup.
Congressional leaders have tentatively agreed on a two-year bill to overhaul federal highway programs that drops a requirement that the government approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
U.S. Senate candidate Steve Woods says King would have to be "kidnapped by aliens" or "tortured" before joining Republicans.
System President John Fitzsimmons said there are 100 reasons to raise tuition but one overriding reason not to.
Cumberland County Sheriff's Office corrections officer Cory Stone earned overall champion honors when he bench-pressed 325 pounds.
Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers has been excused from the team's draft room this year so he can concentrate on more important matters.
Michael Thomas, 52, also threatened to kill Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut and Rep. Steve King of Iowa.
The remaining residents living in low-income rental units in the Eastland Hotel have 90 days to move out to allow for a major renovation that could include a new ballroom in Congress Plaza.
Marketing consultants say "stacking" the suites on the west end of the renovated Portland arena will give ticket-holders excellent views of concerts and other performances.
The fire that destroyed a three-unit apartment building at 689 Main St. an injured one person Tuesday night was started by a young child, fire officials said.
Since the first quarter of 2007, personal income in Maine has risen 12.3 percent.
The Obama administration and House Republicans refused to find a middle ground in a dispute over documents related to a botched gun-tracking operation, and the GOP plunged ahead with plans for precedent-setting votes Thursday.
The crowded boat was full of asylum seekers hoping to find safety in Australia.
Seal Island has the largest puffin colony in the U.S., and now you can watch them playing, nesting and basking in the sun.
The best-known Christian ministry dedicated to helping people repress same-sex attraction is trying to distance its from the idea that gay people's sexual orientation can be permanently changed.
A Vermont ski resort has reached a settlement with a skier who said it was at fault for his injuries on a trail and during a rescue.
Joanne Dow says she's racing against women that are her daughter's age, but she wants one more chance to win an Olympic medal before retiring from the sport.
Red and white kitchen towels, a lemon-yellow hand mixer and a gas grill are among items the Maine senator and her fiancé hope to receive.
Biddeford voters say a $32.9 million school budget is too high, meaning the School Committee and City Council must go back to work.
Rapid Renewal, Maine's online vehicle registration service, is offered in 161 towns and cities.
"It was like looking at the worst movie set you could imagine," Gov. John Hickenlooper said after flying over the 9-square-mile fire.
Nick Hal, of Patten, fell 2,500 feet on Mount Rainier last Thursday while trying to rescue four climbers from Waco, Texas.
Apple has accused Samsung of illegally copying the design of its iPad, and it appears Apple may win the case.
The pouring rain did not stop these kids including Luke Carey as he breaks free with ball during practice at the Challenger Sports soccer program Tuesday.
Gunmen raided the headquarters of a pro-government Syrian TV station early Wednesday, killing seven employees, kidnapping others and demolishing buildings, officials said.
The head of the Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway says it will cost $500,000 to fix tracks wiped out by the flooding.
The state may initiate legal action against a developer who bought the Kennebec Arsenal in 2007 but has yet to do anything with the property, the Bureau of General Services said Tuesday.
The Florida mother who was acquitted last year of murdering her 2-year-old daughter had mental health issues that contributed to her habitual lying, according to her lead attorney.
Nearly two decades before Matt Sandusky's blockbuster allegation that he was sexually abused by his adoptive father, his biological mother raised questions about their relationship.
Ben Worster, 29, attended Gorham High School, and later was awarded numerous honors and medals during his Army tour in Iraq.
The fishermen argued the wind farm will make navigation more risky, but now say they will work with the developers on ways to co-exist.
The youngest person to ever climb Mount Everest climbed Maine's highest peak Tuesday to kick off his latest expedition. Next up: New Hampshire and Vermont.
Filmmaker Ryan Cook is looking for a brave, determined boy to portray iconic Mainer Donn Fendler on the big screen.
Charles Later, chief pilot for the service, pleads not guilty and waives arraignment.
A second vote on the RSU 23 budget also will take place on July 31.
She calls the plan excessive and unfair, but the watchdog office already has a full plate.
An appeal claims it breaks a law against owning both transmission and generation infrastructure.
The quarry's right to proceed is in question after justices negate a three-way consent agreement.
A gift from the collection of William and Mary Louise Hamill, the 14-foot piece by Maine sculptor Jesse Salisbury will be displayed at the Jetport.
The ban on mandatory life sentences for juveniles could affect more than 2,000.
A foundation plans to shut down Casey Family Services, affecting 92 kids and putting pressure on a vulnerable system.
Responding to criticism, Charlie Summers says many others have done both, and that he has taken steps to avoid election conflicts.
If approved by Congress, the agreement would freeze interest rates on federal loans, set to double this weekend, for a year.
The Town Council will interview both candidates on July 9, and residents can meet them on July 12.
To ease traffic on routes 1 and 112, they are funding a study to persuade turnpike officials of the need.
Construction will begin on UNE's campus on Stevens Avenue as soon as the city issues building permits.
Two of the suspects also are accused of bringing cocaine and heroin from New York to Maine.
Cutting costs and department diversity will be among the new chief's priorities.
Georgetown selectmen allow the state treasurer to put his property in a less-generous tax abatement program and avoid penalties.
It takes firefighters an hour and a half to extinguish the blaze at 691 Main St.