The Maine Turnpike Authority has cancelled planned overnight traffic stoppages at Exit 102 in West Gardiner on Tuesday and Wednesday, but may resume delays starting Thursday, according to spokesman Dan Morin.
AUGUSTA -- For the first time in nearly a half century, the city's Fire Department has a deputy chief.
MADISON -- A family of six was left homeless Monday evening after a fire being investigated by the State Fire Marshal's Office.
RICHMOND -- Local police said a second arrest is likely in connection with last week's break-in at a Brunswick Road store that resulted in the theft of more than $1,000 worth of alcohol and cigarettes.
FAYETTE -- Residents will get to weigh in on buying high-resolution photos of the town's topography at a special Town Meeting.
IN CAMBRIDGE, Sunday at 4:36 p.m., suspicious activity was reported on Ripley Road.
WATERVILLE -- The following cases were closed Nov. 19-23, 2012, in Waterville District Court.
WINSLOW -- The Town Council took a brief tour of the newly improved police station before its regular meeting Monday. Later, the council tabled a resolution to extend the deadline for a continuing construction project within the Town Office and also listened to a presentation about a proposed pipeline from a representative Summit Natural Gas Inc.
SKOWHEGAN -- A retired Skowhegan lawyer has been indicted by a Somerset County grand jury on charges that he passed counterfeit money at a Western Union wire-transfer outlet in August.
VASSALBORO -- Selectmen will vote Thursday on whether to spend $9,000 to get new aerial images of the town.
WATERVILLE -- Police still do not know the identity of a male whose body was discovered Friday off Kennedy Memorial Drive.
WATERVILLE -- Mayor Karen Heck recommends the state raise its lodging tax rather than eliminate state revenue-sharing payments to communities for two years as recommended by Gov. Paul LePage.
WINSLOW -- Tammy MacTaggart was recently promoted to planning and purchasing manager at Lohmann Animal Health International.
FARMINGDALE -- Shoppers at several Maine Hannaford supermarkets will see an addition to the natural and organic sections this week: a line of natural cleaning products from a local entrepreneur and house cleaner.
RANGELEY -- The Maine Warden Service is planning to use a remotely operated underwater vehicle to continue the search for the three missing snowmobilers believed to have died in Rangeley Lake.
Gov. Paul LePage's two-year budget makes no mention of a tax increase, but it will raise the tax bill of the average Mainer by $49 over the next two years.
FARMINGTON -- Molly Clark recently joined Franklin Health Pediatrics as a nurse practitioner.
FARMINGTON -- Sarah Dooley recently joined the medical staff of Franklin Health Orthopaedics and Franklin Memorial Hospital as a certified physician's assistant.
AUGUSTA -- An 18-year-old Augusta man is behind bars on burglary and theft charges after an alert neighbor reported a stranger prowling around next door, police said.
WINSLOW -- A turkey sandwich was the subject of a flap at a local eatery last month.
Admirers of the 11-panel art work say its new location makes it more accessible to public.
Despite opposition, the president's plan will likely include stronger background checks, a ban on assault weapons and limits on high-capacity magazines.
The Maine Warden Service is planning to use an remotely operated underwater vehicle to continue the search for the three missing snowmobilers believed to have drowned in Rangeley Lake.
Temperatures are expected to begin cooling to more seasonable temperatures over the course of the week.
The attorney for Mark Strong, the alleged business partner of suspected prostitute Alexis Wright, wants to postpone the trial until at least Feb. 19.
The cyclist confessed to Oprah Winfrey during a taped interview that he used performance-enhancing drugs to aid his historic career, a source says.
2.5-magnitude quake was not enough to cause damage, according to Maine Geological Survey.
Hostess Brands' idle bakery in Biddeford could soon have a new owner.
The two hospital groups will now seek state, federal and Vatican approvals.
Up against testimony from his young son, jurors quickly convict Joel Hayden of killing his friend and girlfriend.
City, school and police leaders in Portland add their voices as a national group mobilizes local communities to join the debate.
State officials say the project, which would demolish most of the prison's buildings, is needed because of badly outdated facilities.
Monday's police beat
The president also said he will soon ask Congress to enact new gun legislation in the wake of the mass shootings in Newtown, Conn.
Assault, theft, fight
Both companies saw higher sales, but Toyota's growth was far larger as it rolled out new versions of popular models like the Camry.
Schools keep children from going outside and people are looking for face masks and air purifiers.
The nation's oldest living former president has been hospitalized since Nov. 23, including a week in intensive care.
Leon Leyson was nearly 10 when Germany invaded Poland in 1939 and lost two brothers during the Holocaust.
Foul play is not suspected in the death Sunday of 31-year-old Alyssa Brame.
The ad lays out Coca-Cola's record of providing drinks with fewer calories and says weight gain is the result of consuming too many calories of any kind — not just soda.
The ship, which has been in service since 1980, takes visitors around Lake Sunapee from May through October.
A police sergeant called the scene a "nightmare."
Meanwhile, Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to meet today with House members to discuss ways to reduce gun violence.
The state's lawyers say ExxonMobil and Citgo should pay more than $700 million in damages to monitor and clean up groundwater contamination caused by the gas additive MTBE.
Eric Hamel is challenging the sentence he received after pleading guilty to two counts of murder in the 2009 shooting deaths of two men in Rumford.
Officials say the men face potential fines of up to $190,000.
The Connecticut town faces a crossroads on what to do with the site of a monumental tragedy.
The announcement is a rare public acknowledgment of American combat operations in the Horn of Africa.