Rep. Corey Wilson, R-Augusta, sought the same sites for veterans.
Gas company says the project is still on track to lower heating costs for the Kennebec Valley over the course of the next few months.
A special panel finds several flaws but contradicts a claim of Gov. LePage, who drew fire for meeting with hearing officers.
Driver says fire started after the car failed to accelerate normally.
At a memorial service in Johannesburg, he compares the former South African president to Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and Abraham Lincoln.
Selectmen will start negotiations with Archie’s Inc., based in Mexico for sorted and single-stream recyclables.
Supreme court upholds ruling that orders vehicles removed or covered.
Selectmen suggest Safe Voices and the American Red Cross ask Franklin County for funding rather than the town donating.
The Annenburg Foundation bid anonymously, paying $530,000 for 24 artifacts.
Leaker Edward Snowden was the magazine’s second choice.
The announcement comes as she heads to Capitol Hill for another round of grilling.
Police say Gary Bouchard of Levant barricaded himself alone inside his home and refused to come out for more than six hours.
Three sign language experts said the man was not signing in South African or American sign languages.
The 18-year-old filled out a job application before allegedly taking off with a couple of bottles of pink champagne.
He transformed the role of the guitar in jazz with his understated melodic and minimalist approach.
Interviews with the pilots who were in the cockpit indicated a nervous trainee captain, while the other two pilots recognized too late they were coming in too low and slow.
Peter Wilson has learned not to judge people who don’t put any money in his kettle.
The Education Committee is examining a bill that would expand pre-kindergarten programs to all of Maine’s roughly 160 school districts.
Justices will not decide a case centered on a type of agreement in which an employer remains neutral.
A document signaling that a request is in the works angers legislators already out of patience over the contractor’s service problems.
The state does not yet own the property between Civic Center Drive and Maine Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery, where officials want to build a new 100,000-square-foot facility.
Maine customers will also lose New England Cable News. The company says the two decisions are not related.
The head of Ellis Construction, the contractor who won the three-year plowing contract, said he’s met all the requirements of the contract.
The deal would only cut about $20 billion from the nation’s $17 trillion debt, but could help avoid another government shutdown.
The poll says Michaud has 37 percent of the vote, compared to 36 percent for LePage and 18 percent for Cutler.
IN BENTON, Monday at 4:20 p.m., a domestic disturbance was reported on Hanscom Road.
During the rescue, a firefighter falls through the thin ice, but man and dog are OK.
Patricia Millett, who worked for Presidents Clinton and Bush, is easily confirmed to the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
The Health and Human Services Committee will consider the nearly $1 million contract for the Alexander Group among other issues involving the state’s health department.
The two are suspended from the team after being arrested as suspects in a forestry shed break-in.
Firefighters from six towns battled morning blaze at a two-story house on Aborn Hill Road in Waldo County town.
Authorities said they were being taken to a hospital, although all were in good condition.
The gesture raises hopes that Washington and Havana could be on the verge of a breakthrough, but the White House says the encounter was simply an exchange of greetings as the U.S. leader made his way to the podium to speak.
The driver who allegedly killed a young Vermont couple has been charged with two counts of manslaughter.
Patients should ask doctors if a test is really needed, what the risks are, whether there are simpler or safer options, what would happen without the service and how much it will cost.
Titan Arm’s cost-efficient design has won a team of engineering students accolades and at least $75,000 in prize money.
The commission set up to study the state’s jails hope plan will spur Legislature to fully fund state’s jail system.
Board is waiting for a report on Nov. 20 noise measurements from residents’ homes near the Albion Road station before meeting is scheduled.
He shares the regional honor with Fordham’s coach.
Seth Collins surprises Emily Young at Flatbread Company in Portland, as he travels the country repeating the kindness in memory of his late brother.
Melvin Hubbard appeared in court Monday after police say he smashed two windows, injuring the eyes and face of a man during the attack.
Fire marshal rules accidental fire started in SUV parked next to home.
Four downtown businesses were broken into overnight Sunday into Monday in a search for quick cash.
Sean R. Kingston, 38, of Wiscasset and Gardiner, has been charged with illegal firearms possession following the weekend shooting of a 34-year-old Gardiner woman.
Twenty-two charges list the same girl as victim of eight years of abuse.
Of the penalties charted over the first 162 games of the season, the Associated Press identified 156 involving contact with the head and neck.
Evan Lysacek is being sidelined by a hip injury.
The 16-year-old was with Jordan Graham when she led authorities to her husband’s body in Glacier National Park on July 11.
Sessions recorded in the 1980s, stashed away and forgotten, are now being released in an album called ‘Out Among the Stars.’
Ron Cain, who had been a minority investor, wants to restart lease talks with the civic center and get the team back in Portland.
Barra has spent the past three years as General Motors’ product chief, making cars that drive better, last longer and look good in showrooms.
A school official says two or three 16-foot benches and the seats and foot rests were taken.
In Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts, meteorologists predicted the snow would taper off around the time commuters headed home for the day, but roads and sidewalks were expected to remain slick.
‘I am not afraid of George in any manner and I want to be with him,’ Samantha Scheibe wrote in a signed affidavit.
A new building between Civic Center Drive and Maine Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery would serve as the Guard’s new joint forces headquarters, replacing several buildings at Camp Keyes, next to the Augusta State Aiport.
Hoops for Hope first-ever cancer fundraiser to be held during rivals’ contest.
The City Council unamimously agreed to limit the project to between Winthrop and Temple streets, but the final decision on the scope of the projec is still months away.
Jed Wartman, who works at Colby College, is moving to the Waterville school’s campus.
IN BINGHAM, Monday at 12:26 p.m., a burglary was reported on Murray Street.
Republicans, however, block an effort to strengthen the ban by requiring that such weapons contain nondetachable metal parts.
The pileup occurs on the Portland side of the bridge around 5:37 p.m. and disrupts rush-hour traffic.
Despite network shows that are awash in blood and gore, very few of them earn the most stringent label, unlike cable fare.
A service is scheduled for 5 p.m. in Monument Square.
Critics say arming rangers is unnecessary and would transform their role and relationship with the public.
The remaining stock has been sold, and the Treasury secretary says the alternative to saving the company would have been worse.
More than half of the nation’s flight cancellations on Monday were at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
The Maine Bureau of Insurance will hold a public informational session on the Affordable Care Act in Bangor on Tuesday.
The low hits that cause such injuries come as defenders try to avoid penalties for hitting the head.
The VA tries to reach out to the growing number of women who have served as many face sexism as well as mental health and financial issues.