Police took a man into custody Tuesday night after a standoff that lasted more than two hours on Brown Street.
The state is poorly positioned in growing industries and needs help from a strong national recovery.
IN CLINTON, Monday at 9:02 p.m., a fireworks complaint was reported on Battle Ridge Road.
AUGUSTA -- The Family Violence Project carefully tracks the number of victims it serves, but just as important is something that can't be counted: abuse averted by education and prevention efforts.
AUGUSTA -- City councilors, school board members and Mayor William Stokes will be sworn in to office in an inauguration ceremony Thursday, to be followed by a brief council business meeting.
Tom Bolster is looking forward to a healthy 2013, both in his personal life and for his business.
The LePage administration appears ready to challenge the new Democratic-controlled Legislature with several bills intended to reform Maine's welfare system.
SKOWHEGAN -- The following cases were closed from Nov. 26 to 30, 2012, in Skowhegan District Court.
WATERVILLE -- Sharalyn Albertson put the finishing touches on a platter of champagne-flavored cupcakes Monday morning inside her new bakery on Silver Street.
WATERVILLE -- It's a boy.
AUGUSTA -- Republican Gov. William T. Haines told lawmakers 100 years ago today that they should stand firm on state-level Prohibition, and that they should make every day count.
WATERVILLE -- City councilors tonight will continue discussing how best to help decrease night fights, vandalism and other alcohol-related problems occurring downtown.
AUGUSTA -- After 33 years on the job, the last 12 months as acting district attorney in Kennebec and Somerset counties, prosecutor Alan Kelley retired Monday from his state job.
Holly Jean Witham, 51, Skowhegan, driving to endanger, Oct. 9, 2012, in Farmington; $575 fine, 30-day license suspension. OUI -- no test, one prior, Oct. 9, 2012, in Farmington; dismissed.
The drawn-out 'fiscal cliff' drama ends as the House of Representatives postpones automatic spending cuts and signs off on higher tax rates for the wealthy.
The Maine Board of Bar Examiners rules that Bailey hadn't demonstrated that he possesses "the requisite honesty and integrity."
The troubling trend came in a year that otherwise was relatively safe, says a Maine State Police spokesman.
Besides ice fishing, the state now allows fishermen to cast their rods in open waters of lakes, ponds and streams during the winter.
Police charge a Portland man with terrorizing after the threat forced a four-hour shutdown and bus cancellations.
The private pot dens began popping up less than a month after Colorado's governor signed into law a constitutional amendment allowing recreational pot use.
The measure ensures that lawmakers will have to revisit difficult budget questions in just a few weeks, as relief from painful spending cuts expires and the government requires an increase in its borrowing cap.
Like many of their colleagues, the two Maine senators said the final package was far from perfect but, most importantly, avoided tax hikes on the middle class.
Key health care rules as well as new mortgage regulations will affect many Mainers.
Many people contributed to worthy causes in 2013. Here's seven key philanthropists – who think locally and give generously – discussing why they give.