She is accused of making a bomb threat against a woman who previously had a romantic relationship with her husband.
The arrest comes five years after British tabloids published a photo of Phelps smoking marijuana.
EBay says the separation is the best path for growth and shareholder value for each business.
While Michaud has taken positive action, Cutler has been missing in action on major environmental policy issues in Maine.
Experts say the jars no longer need to be sanitized in boiling water before use.
The 28-year-old man she dated when she was 57, her struggle with misophonia, the burden of appearing to be Canadian – it’s all in her new memoir ‘Lady Parts.’
One of Gov. LePage’s nominees, the former conservative blogger drew criticism from Democrats and women’s groups.
The Tony Award-winning R-rated show is told with puppets who share the stage with their handlers and adult actors.
Coming off conflicts elsewhere, Mark Kozolek awes the audience at Port City Music Hall.
The 1953 Horton Foote play runs through Aug. 30 at the Berwick theater.
The evening is rescued by a brilliant performance of Tchaikovsky’s ‘Souvenir de Florence.’
The nuances of humor in classical music may require work, but pays off for those in the know.
It’s time for John Heliker to take his place among Maine’s greats.
The magical musical continues at the playhouse until Aug. 30.
The musical captures teen angst and the delights of dancing.
Works by four artists at The Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockport range from serene to exciting.
The world premiere is new and exciting, without violating the traditions of either culture.
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