Doug Rafferty says he was removed from his job and given a pay cut based on his age and disability after an on-air stroke.
Figures showing that new firefighter jobs could be costlier than paying $1.8 million in OT mystify city councilors.
Maine proponents say it's healthier to go light on the salon rays, but owners say regulations could decimate the industry.
Maine bill to legalize marijuana attracts 35 co-sponsors / Police say alcohol likely in fatal crash / Man hurt in motorcycle crash awarded $1.8 million ... and more news from around the state.
Their plea to ban projects until the siting process is revamped is rejected by the state Senate.
It would ban fishermen from using sinkers and jigs made of lead, but some say the move is unnecessary.
But more than 4 out of 5 Americans want to prepare now for rising seas and stronger storms from climate change, the survey shows.
The incident comes days after she filed for divorce and two months after he was accused of beating her.
The Sea Dogs' roster has not been set, but the team knows they are getting at least one major league reliever.
The case against the key figure in the Kennebunk prostitution scandal could be resolved by the end of today.
In his ninth season, Jenkins caught 40 passes for 447 yards and two touchdowns with the Minnesota Vikings last year.
The Bruins say they were told by the Flames they had "won the Jarome Iginla sweepstakes," only to find out later he'd been traded to Pittsburgh.
Her retirement would end a career that began more than 50 years ago and made her a trailblazer in news and daytime TV.
Meanwhile, Gov. LePage slams Portland's mayor for requesting a review of Baxter Academy, which the AG denied.
Two men were taken to area hospitals Thursday after stabbing each other outside the Maine Avenue Hannaford supermarket, police said.
Joshua Grant, 35, was charged with illegally tattooing two 14-year-old girls.
Justin Edwards, who led the conference in scoring, says he wants to play against a higher level of competition.
The S&P crossed into record territory today, beating the closing high it set in pre-financial crisis days. Three weeks earlier, the Dow Jones industrial average beat its own 2007 record.
The state joins a lawsuit before the Supreme Court in which an adoptive couple is challenging a 1978 law.
A $1.2 million project to replace the dome's copper sheathing awaits approval.
Author Sarah Braunstein's short story will appear in the April 1 edition of the magazine.
Although Thomas Menino wasn't always the smoothest of political figures, he earned a reputation over 20 years as one of the hardest working.
The $48 million campaign involves TV, radio, online, print and billboard ads.
Warrants released Thursday provide the most insight to date into the world of the 20-year-old gunman who murdered 26 people.
Mandela, 94, has become increasingly frail in recent years and has been hospitalized several times since last year.
Lawyers for the Olympic and Paralympic athlete say he might eventually need to run at track meets again to earn money.
Police say speed and alcohol are likely factors in the crash that killed 20-year-old Evan Hopkins.
Maurice McCray, 31, who authorities said was the nexus for a drug trafficking ring in central Maine, pleads guilty to distributing prescriptions drugs and cocaine.
Across Cyprus, large but orderly lines formed ahead of the opening of banks for six hours from noon, and guards from a private security firm reinforced police outside some ATMs and banks in the capital, Nicosia.
Rep. Diane Russell's bill would legalize the personal use and cultivation of marijuana for adults while allowing the state to license and tax the drug.
Thirty-seven-year-old James Nelson Lund pleaded guilty in Maine in 2001 to sexual abuse of a minor.
Benjamin Church, 54, had sued two other people involved in a 2010 motorcycle crash that left him severely injured.
The 56-member team has expertise in emergency and wilderness medicine, toxicology, pharmacology, respiratory therapy, orthopedics and radiological protection, among other fields.
A flight from justice ended Wednesday for a serial rapist who hid in plain sight for decades.
Their report says a 3 percent cut in Social Security benefits would hurt Maine businesses and take $109 million out of Maine's economy.
Three proposals are in competition for the sole resort casino license in eastern Massachusetts.
Mr. Fowler worked over 40 years for Hannaford, but is best remembered by his family as a devoted father, skilled woodworker, and churchgoer.
Organizers vote to cancel the popular Brunswick event amid signs the military won't participate.
The city's decision to get tough on eligibility rules for General Assistance is applauded by many even as it threatens to leave some on the street.
A device known as a StingRay simulates a cellphone tower and enables agents to collect the serial numbers of individual cellphones and then locate them.
The school board in Windham votes to remove the game and nine "human target" activities from the district's curriculum.
Support for students, parents and staff members is being offered in RSU 3 after the suicide this week of a sixth-grader from Troy.
The suspects are receiving treatment in a local hospital and have not been charged yet.