If automatic decreases kick in March 1, everyone from defense contractors to schools will feel the pain.
Staff Sgt. Eric Shaw, 31, of Exeter died saving the lives of 12 Afghan soldiers
IN CORNVILLE, Saturday at 4:43 a.m., a report of domestic disturbance was investigated on Ames Road.
WATERVILLE -- Trustworthy and loyal.
How much would you be willing to give to a complete stranger in dire need?
A Gardiner nurse will get to tell a jury why she feels she was a victim of retaliation when she was escorted from her job at the Maine State Prison on Oct. 17, 2008, and ultimately fired.
Breast-feeding rates in Maine are keeping pace with the rest of the nation, but the state's most vulnerable population stands in stark contrast.
WASHINGTON -- It didn't take long for the speculation to begin after Karen Mills -- a Maine resident who serves in President Barack Obama's Cabinet -- had announced her plans to step down as head of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
AUGUSTA -- Officials scrambled recently when they learned it will cost nearly $2 million more than expected to fix roads near a reconfigured Exit 113 and new regional hospital.
LITCHFIELD -- The Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee is hoping for more public input Wednesday on issues being readied for inclusion in a draft of a new Comprehension Plan.
AUGUSTA -- Stephen Burns remembers admiring trains when passing over three railroad crossings on trips to Rockland from Friendship as a child, but he's not sure why he fell in love with model railroads.
AUGUSTA -- When Rep. Craig Hickman stands on the third-floor balcony at the State House and looks out at Capitol Park, he sees potential.
MOSCOW -- A man was hospitalized after being stabbed in the back in a fight with his brother early Saturday morning, according to police.
UNITY — Four women are homeless after a fire Saturday morning destroyed the apartment building they lived in on Main Street.
The state's lawsuit, initiated a decade ago, claims that the gasoline additive MTBE caused groundwater contamination in a state where 60 percent of the population relies on private wells for drinking water.
The decision follows close monitoring of the fishery since the beginning of the season.