A recently acquired prized 143-acre parcel of land leaves Baxter State Park officials debating how it should be handled.
With help from his daughter, a Madawaska man puts on a convincing act and wins over the crowd and judges alike.
Changes that increased the odds for those who’ve tried and failed for years pay off for some lucky Mainers.
Brian Hart of Cumberland gets drafted by Tampa Bay, and Jon Gillies of South Portland is picked by Calgary.
Late Friday, after a swift trial and less than two days of deliberations, a jury issued an emphatic verdict: Sandusky was guilty on 45 counts of sexual abuse, meaning the man once considered a successor to coach Joe Paterno will likely die in prison.
Gold medalist Eleanor Logan of Boothbay Harbor is again on the U.S. women's eight crew.
The cyclist's lawyers say the anti-doping agency violated its own rules and possibly federal law.
Pat Bradley not only is connecting with her peers, but using her sport to continue to bond with her family.
Marco Duarte tests positive for amphetamines and is handed a 50-game suspension.
Ben Wessel of Scarborough receives the Dr. John Winkin Award as the top high school baseball player in the state.
State biologists estimate there are 75,000 moose in Maine, the highest total in the 48 lower states.
Jair Jurrjens, who struggled early and was sent to the minors, shuts down the hot-hitting Red Sox in his return to the big leagues.
Galen Rupp sets a meet record while winning the 10,000 meters, while Ben True of North Yarmouth finishes 12th.
Runner Abbey Leonardi and shortstop Sam Dexter are named Athletes of the Year.