IN ANSON, Saturday at 4:32 p.m., a report of theft was investigated on Fletcher Road.
AUGUSTA -- The Augusta Community Warming Center opened for the winter Sunday, just in time for a cold snap that plunged temperatures into the low teens.
Some people think I write entirely too many Christmas cards. I disagree.
AUGUSTA -- Local and state officials say gay couples have not yet reserved any of the capital area's major public spaces for weddings on Dec. 29.
WILTON -- When a disoriented man was found wandering downtown in freezing weather last year, police had a problem. They didn't know who he was or how to contact his family.
SKOWHEGAN -- A fire late Saturday night destroyed a camp at 721 Notch Road.
The traditional wedding season is still half a year away, but local businesses have already seen a boost in inquiries from same-sex couples looking to tie the knot next year.
Trista Reynolds files for full custody of her daughter, Ayla Reynolds, in Cumberland County District Court. Ayla had been in the care of her father, Justin DiPietro, since October, when Reynolds went into a drug rehabilitation program.
WATERVILLE -- They keep returning to the water, searching for signs.
OAKLAND -- Gary Bennett, 61, credits a men's magazine with saving his life after it helped him discover he had Marfan syndrome, a rare condition that also may have affected Abraham Lincoln.
WATERVILLE -- The city is offering a free online site for businesses and organizations to advertise their goods and services, and for consumers to see what they offer.
A search reveals no bomb, though the building is closed for the rest of the day.
More passes have been sold this year than in any other year in the 77-year-old park system's history.
Jackie Stovall was seriously wounded while chasing a man believed to have killed three people found dead in a mobile home.
Signaling a shift that could further heighten tensions with China, ex-Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will get a second chance to lead the country.
Forces fighting to topple President Bashar Assad advance on the country's largest city.
Hundreds are believed to have been buried in unmarked graves at a Hudson Valley military cemetery during the Revolutionary War.
Some, like the school psychologist and principal, made the ultimate sacrifice. Others both saved students and managed to escape with their own lives.
A University of New England professor is one of three researchers looking into the mortality rates of skates caught in scallop dredges.
The closure of the key Northeastern fishing grounds aims to protect growing scallops there.
The precipitation should start this afternoon, taper off Monday and return Monday night.
Shap Smith says he's open to a dialogue on marijuana decriminalization, despite his own misgivings about the idea.
A top item on the block is one of only seven complete deck chairs known to exist.
Ann LePage will present hand-carved Eagle Canes at a Westbrook ceremony Sunday.
This is the fourth trip of his presidency to a community still grieving from a mass shooting.
Police say there was enough to kill almost all of the students if given enough time.