AUGUSTA — Ray Fecteau believes what’s good about playing the game of pétanque could be even better on a summer night, under the lights.
WATERVILLE — Delta Ambulance administrators have long regarded the company as invisible to the public in central Maine.
"Survivor" is a game that can be physically taxing and psychologically ruthless.
WEST GARDINER -- Firefighter Vicki Dill is expected to take an oath soon to become the town's first female fire chief, but her promotion is revealing a rift among other firefighters who doubt her qualifications and dedication.
AUGUSTA -- Days after he resigned from his Maine Senate seat in 2011, David Trahan began lobbying his former colleagues on behalf of the Sportsman's Alliance of Maine.
SKOWHEGAN -- The county's No. 2 jail administrator took over day-to-day operations of the jail Wednesday, a day after the top administrator's job was taken out of the budget to cut costs.
SIDNEY -- The cause of a fire that destroyed a mobile home on West River Road on Tuesday remains unknown, according to state and local fire officials.
The Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee on Wednesday killed a bill that would have allowed charitable groups to hire outside experts to run poker tournaments or other fundraisers.
MONMOUTH -- After seven years of baking bread and simmering bacon at Main Street's Roadside Bakery & Cafe, owner Cheryl Souza is closing her doors.
Police say the Oakland woman they arrested two weeks ago for repeatedly dialing 911 without a good reason was arrested again Tuesday for the same crime.
INDUSTRY -- Citing possible noise or falling debris, town officials are proposing an ordinance that would mandate a buffer zone around any future wind power projects.
Two people are charged in connection with the theft of $4,000 worth of tools from a trailer in Readfield.
AUGUSTA -- When authorities found 146 marijuana plants growing inside the secure, fenced-in area at the Augusta State Airport last summer, they set up a camera to find the illegal gardeners.
SKOWHEGAN -- The following cases were closed from Jan. 14-18, 2013 in Skowhegan District Court.
BANGOR -- A Madison man made his first appearance in U.S. District Court last week on a charge of possession of child pornography.
When David Rosenfelt goes to the PetSmart store in Augusta, they’re ready for him. After all, it takes a while to pile 300 pounds of kibble on a cart.
David Cutler, 54, allegedly tackled and assaulted a handcuffed prisoner. Cutler was arrested Wednesday.
FAYETTE — Selectmen have signed an initial franchise agreement with Time Warner Cable that will bring cable service to the town starting from the southern end along Route 17.
The proposed law would bar members of the current and future Legislatures from serving as lobbyists until one year after their terms end.
Supporters of the measure say the state needs the revenue to pay for health programs.
Hostess employed about 500 workers in Maine, including 370 of them at the company's bakery in Biddeford.
Michael Magalski will investigate complaints that have been filed against members of the clergy, employees and volunteers of the diocese.
Maine's junior senator is adamantly opposed to privatizing Social Security and Medicare vouchers.
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The rule is too narrow and causes problems in classrooms, they say.
FARMINGTON -- Franklin Community Health Network will eliminate 35 to 40 positions because of mounting losses, according to its president and CEO, Rebecca Ryder.
During opening statements of the Kennebunk prostitution trial, Strong's lawyer says his client fell in love with Alexis Wright and tried to help her, but was not her "pimp," as police allege.
The 22-year-old passenger in an SUV was killed when a logging truck hit the SUV from behind.
More than $100,000 has now been raised toward the $200,000 goal of installing energy-efficient lighting on the new bridge.
In the 2012 fiscal year, roughly 3,500 U.S. colleges and universities raised $31 billion, 2.3 percent more than the previous year.
Supporters say a privately built, toll-funded highway from Calais to Coburn Gore would be a huge boost to the state economy.
The bill would allow statewide voting by absentee ballot for reasons other than the voter is absent or physically incapacitated.
What was supposed to be a mere bail hearing almost resembled a full-blown trial for the amputee Olympian accused of murdering his girlfriend.
NewPage Corp. says the layoffs will include both salaried and hourly workers and will take place over the next couple of months.
A group of leading education experts calls for a change in the way the nation's schools are funded.
The new technology can be used to create plastic rifle parts and ammunition magazines, a potentially easy way around restrictions.