Two of the alleged drug traffickers are from Biddeford.
Collins said 'the horrific use of chemical weapons' on Syrian civilians violated international convention, but the U.S. can't get involved.
Norwich University and Middlebury College are part of an international design-and-build competition.
The Boston Bruins fell two wins short of winning their second Stanley Cup in three years. So they weren't about to change much.
Girls were sending photos to boyfriends, who were sharing, collecting and offering to buy them.
Wednesday's storm knocked down a number of trees in Oxbow after several tornado warnings.
Thirty percent of Americans are a 'great deal' or 'somewhat' concerned an attack could hurt them or loved ones, the lowest percentage in nine years.
Jeffrey Parfitt is accused of doing an unnecessary and inappropriate exam on the girl after asking her father to leave.
Preble Street needs to close for four days so that its soup kitchen can be renovated.
The federal government says the town repeatedly ignored warnings about allowing unleashed dogs on beaches during the endangered bird's nesting season.
South Portland's St. John the Evangelist was built in 1940 to serve a growing population on the west side of the city.
The Oxford County horse was vaccinated but had not been given a booster dose, the state vet says.
Police were called to the area at 1:21 p.m. and found three people who were injured, some with stab wounds.
The White House and world leaders are trying to draw up a viable plan to get Syria's chemical weapons under control, while also trying to negotiate a peace in the civil war.
President Vladimir Putin is set to meet with Iran's President Hasan Rouhani in Kyrgyzstan on the sidelines of a security summit later this week.
Maine's departing education chief says politics have cast a shadow over positive innovations under way in Maine.
The 74-year-old theater wins an $80,000 digital projection system from Honda's national contest, which will allow it to stay open.
The two hijacked jets that were flown into the World Trade Center towers flew out of Logan.
With DHHS still evaluating the program after six weeks, the companies hired to coordinate rides say service is better. Yet phone calls placed by Rep. Matthew Peterson suggest otherwise.
The two sides meet for a settlement hearing to see if they can reach an agreement without going through a trial.
The three are pulled out by lobstermen checking traps off Pine Point.
A law that passed in June and goes into effect in October would allow a Canadian company to resume its mail-order business in Maine.
But officials say using safer tank cars may not have limited the deadly crash's damage. They don't say who made the error, or if it was intentional.
A councilor says it was meant to protect workers, but the ACLU says it violates free-speech protections.
Newly declassified documents tell a story of a surveillance apparatus that nobody fully comprehended, which the government used to snoop on phone records.
In New York, bells tolled to mark the planes hitting the towers and the moments when the skyscrapers fell.
The event will give the local business community a chance to voice their concerns about federal regulations.
Instead of overcoming prior humiliations from sex scandals, both Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer suffer further embarrassments at the polls.
The city of Portsmouth, N.H., where a new tree ordinance has taken effect, will hire a staffer to manage trees in public rights of way and public spaces.
Trista Reynolds says that blood was found on Ayla's father's shoes, in his truck and in his bedroom.
Dyer Library says its slate roof was installed when the house was built in 1869.
He says the visits came out of meetings he had with companies at the U.S. Manufacturing Summit last month in Florida.
A woman attacked the fire with bottled water and a jacket. A man used a knife to cut the seat belts and pull the men from the vehicle.
With 97 percent of precincts reporting, Bill de Blasio had about 40.2 percent of the vote. If he cannot maintain that, he will face former city Comptroller Bill Thompson.
She says she never left the water or allowed her support team to help her beyond handing her food and assisting her with her jellyfish suit.
Prosecutors are recommending a four-year prison sentence for John Harmon, 27.
The National Hurricane Center says the hurricane could gain more strength before a weakening trend likely starts on Thursday.
Investigators say the crash took the life of 59-year-old Claire Trask.
Gov. Paul LePage says Americans found strength from each other after the 9/11 attacks 'and our spirit had not been conquered.'
A bankruptcy judge agrees to allow Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway to hire Verill Dana to represent the company during the bankruptcy process.
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After a year in a job created just for her, Selma Botman submits a report that leaves several goals unaddressed.
A project to spruce up the grounds at the Maine Veterans' Memorial Cemetery causes grief.
Former selectwoman Carole Swan said she wanted $10,000 in 'big bills' during an exchange.
The 39-page report addresses recruitment of foreign students, but the university system contracted with a company to draw students from overseas before the report was completed.
The city will hold a hearing on a proposal to shield women from protesters who gather outside the Planned Parenthood offices downtown.
Can someone please explain how anyone, anywhere could consider this not only fun, but a legitimate form of Internet entertainment?
Early data show a decline of 3 percent, blamed partly on a drop in high school grads, and officials say it could have been worse.
The vote may come in 2016 as advocates try to get New England states to allow recreational use.
The city's largest soup kitchen will close on Friday for renovations and won't reopen until next week.