WASHINGTON — It took Chris Kotch years to physically recover from the serious injuries he suffered when an improvised explosive device struck his Army patrol vehicle in the early days of the war in Iraq.
AUGUSTA — The LePage administration is proposing a $530,000 school voucher program for low-income students to pay some of the transportation, tuition and residential costs of a non-religious private school or a public school in another district.
IN BELGRADE, Sunday, at 11:13 a.m., suspicious activity was reported at Camp Bomazeen in Belgrade.
WATERVILLE — When Andrea Nix Fine was a student at Colby College, she was one of the earliest students to take the school’s only video production class.
AUGUSTA — Maine’s high school graduation rate has shown significant improvement for the third straight year.
WATERVILLE — Waterville’s mayor said Monday that one of her goals this year is to convince councilors to fund an economic development director.
WATERVILLE — Police on Monday appealed to the public for help in identifying a man who robbed the KeyBank on Kennedy Memorial Drive recently and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
RICHMOND — The latest and cheapest proposal to build a new public library could find its funds in money the town already has on the books.
A human rights panel voted 5-0 Monday to find reasonable grounds that the Great Wall Buffet in Augusta discriminated against a Presque Isle man who was seated apart from the rest of the diners when his Seeing Eye dog accompanied him at the restaurant two years ago.
The future Hall-of-Famer is taking a major salary reduction in hopes the team will use the money to improve.
Koop raised the profile of the surgeon general by railing against smoking and endorsing condoms and sex education.
A recent barrage of snowstorms is rapidly depleting municipalities of the salt, sand, fuel and overtime they have budgeted to keep the roads safe.
WATERVILLE — Demonstrators holding signs outside Kennebec Behavioral Health on Eustis Parkway early Monday said they were protesting the departure of a beloved community support worker.
The state proposes to trim its budget by asking local districts to pay significantly more for public school teachers' retirement costs.
RANGELEY — The Maine Warden Service will resume the search Wednesday for three snowmobilers believed to have died in Rangeley Lake in late December.
The prosecution says the photos are proof of prostitution, but Mark Strong's lawyers say they are too 'prejudicial' to show in court.
"Something very serious is stressing the trees," says one expert from UNH's Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space.
The governor attended Republican events, but left early for a Florida vacation instead of discussing budget cuts and meeting with Democrats.
SKOWHEGAN — A hearing to determine the competency of an 11-year-old girl accused of manslaughter in the death of an infant last summer will be closed to the press and the public.
Price-monitoring website MaineGasPrices.com reports an average of $3.84 per gallon.
Sophia Galvan, 6, is in remission from a form of cancer called rhabdomyosarcoma
In order to be in place for the church's solemn Holy Week, beginning Easter Sunday, the new Pope will need to be installed by Sunday, March 17.
The House is expected to vote Wednesday on whether to kill a bill that would require a woman's doctor to provide her with information about risks and alternatives to abortion during a 24-hour waiting period.
Bangor Democratic Sen. Geoffrey Gratwick's bill would create a temporary income tax credit for the purchase of qualified plug-in electric vehicles.