John Nivison of Winslow is appointed to the U.S. District Court for Maine and will work in Bangor.
The Kenyan Foreign Minister says 'two or three Americans' and 'one Brit' were among the militants.
The former FBI explosives admits herevealed secret information for an Associated Press story about a 2012 U.S. intelligence operation in Yemen.
The Red Sox secured a playoff berth on Thursday, but there's plenty more to play for over their final five games.
Joseph Mayotte was sentenced Monday to 16 to 20 years, and his wife was sentenced to as many as 22 years.
Dangers are greatest for women with on-the-job exposure, but research suggests every American woman is exposed to at least 43 chemicals.
The Waterville Housing Authority says it is addressing a bedbug infestation at 26 Louise Ave. by following protocol outlined in state statute regarding bedbugs, but several residents feel not enough is being done to get rid of the bedbugs
The ruling confirms an earlier decision, saying that reversing the flow of oil would be a significant change to the existing use of the pipeline.
The mother of Ayla Reynolds releases more details and calls for an arrest and prosecution.
Defense end Rob Ninkovich is third on the team with 19 tackles this year, and had 18½ sacks the past three seasons.
Next month, two universities that participated in a recent study plan to complete a guide for growing shiitake mushrooms in the region.
They and others say a lack of information makes it impossible to compare the project to Statoil's proposal.
A third council seat is open, but the race is uncontested.
The bank failed to file suspicious activity reports on the accounts of Scott Rothstein, a former Florida lawyer now serving a 50-year prison sentence.
Lois Lerner was in charge when agents improperly targeted tea party groups for extra scrutiny when they applied for tax-exempt status.
This was the first year the new iPhones were also available the same weekend in China.
In one case, the commission found reasonable grounds to believe a Winthrop man was fired for engaging in protected whistleblower activity.
He tells Chinese state TV that Damascus is dedicated to implementing a Russia-U.S. agreement to surrender its chemical weapons to international control.
Police say 20-year-old Darriean Hess had been stopped earlier in the day for speeding and ordered to wait for a friend to drive her car away.
The Somali president, speaking in Ohio, comments on reports that some of the Kenya mall attackers may have lived in the United States.
BlackBerry shares plunged Friday after the company announced a loss of nearly $1 billion and layoffs of 4,500 workers.
The state would see more bear-human conflicts and 'put residents in serious danger' if it banned bear baiting, they say.
If the ruling stands, farmers and horse owners say, the classification would make insuring the animals too expensive and would threaten the state's horse industry.
The possible connection emerges after the al-Shabab's deadly attack on a mall in Kenya, but authorities remain tight-lipped.
Police say they arrested two men Sunday who possessed recently harvested marijuana plants, and officers plan to search the woods nearby for more.
Supporters of the ballot question, however, say existing business would not be affected.
Those killed include a poet, diplomats, tropical disease specialists, an architect and children.
Other officials from his administration will go on the trade mission and meet with Alberta's premier.
The problem is costing some municipalities millions of dollars to dispatch crews to unclog pipes and pumps and to replace and upgrade machinery.
His lawyers ask for more time to submit a proposal arguing that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev doesn't deserve the death penalty.
Matthew Davis, 32, was captured in a stolen car in Island Falls on Monday by Maine State Police.
The rulings opens the door for a wider crackdown on schools, hospitals, charities and other social institutions that are part of the Brotherhood's social network.
Edward Davis rose to national prominence following the Boston Marathon bombing.
The mass release is likely to provide a diplomatic boost for Iran's new president at this week's U.N. General Assembly in New York.
Angela Merkel, Germany's chancellor since 2005 and the de facto leader of the response to Europe's debt crisis over the past three years, is celebrating a decisive victory in German elections.
The 70-foot vessel is named after Susan J. Clark, Portland Harbor's first female harbor pilot, who died of cancer last year at age 48.
Capt. Francesco Schettino contends he is being made a scapegoat and that errors by other crew members and mechanical problems aggravated the consequences of the tragedy.
The Kenyan Red Cross has confirmed at least 62 people have been killed, but a spokesman said it was still not known how many more may be dead inside the building.
A state park official says there have been five smash-and-grab thefts at the Poland park in the past few months.
A Clinton man is accused of striking a dog with a club or pipe, in addition to assaulting a man and woman.
The group was created to review how well the state's federally run exchange is working.
The season is divided into four segments, the first of which runs until Saturday.
The reconstruction of the heavily traveled stretch will affect an average 23,000 motorists daily.
For opening day at the Cumberland County Fair it was all about the animals and the people who came to see them.
They are not just building projects but a movement of producing things for the sheer joy of learning and working.
A Windham couple will follow in the footsteps of a Civil War regiment next month, seeing for themselves the sites described in the letters.
The crash killed two Massachusetts women during an annual bike ride along the New England coastline.
The army says it regained control and rescued most hostages, but 68 are already dead.
The city will estimate the rate to be charged homeowners and businesses, and likely delay it.
Documents provide a glimpse into negotiations over the wind project among administration officials, lawmakers, lawyers and other stakeholders.
Corinth fatal accident details updated / Livermore Falls voters to decide on switching counties
The commercial properties on Fore and Wharf streets were foreclosed on in 2011.
Saturday's deadly attack rekindles allegations that al-Shabab may be recruiting Somali immigrants in the Portland area for terrorist activities abroad – though there is no proof.
An open house to be held at the new, $5.5 million facility on Wednesday will feature tours and ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The accident sends two men to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.