AUGUSTA — Local teachers and administrators said Tuesday they are frustrated by a perceived lack of respect from Gov. Paul LePage, and they asked their local state representative to do something about it.
WATERVILLE — City officials said Tuesday that Waterville would lose $1.7 million if Gov. Paul LePage's proposal to suspend state revenue sharing temporarily goes into effect.
WINTHROP — Don Ellis, a young service-industry worker, won a seat on the Winthrop Town Council in a special election Tuesday.
WATERVILLE — A construction worker with a warrant out for his arrest was nabbed Monday at the site of the new police station after he locked himself out of his vehicle and called police for help.
AUGUSTA — A flip-flop sandal left behind by a burglar who broke into a Dunkin' Donuts shop in Waterville last April helped police identify the suspect as Jessica J. Savage.
FARMINGTON — The Board of Selectmen held a closed-door meeting Tuesday night to discuss a personnel matter with the town attorney, Frank Underkuffler.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — With interest in locally grown food soaring, the federal government said Tuesday it has created a small loan program to help community farmers who might not be able to borrow money from banks.
AUGUSTA — Robin Bailey heard something scurrying around.
FAIRFIELD — The outcome of a goal-setting discussion at tonight's Town Council meeting is likely to have a large impact on what the town government will tackle for the rest of 2013.
IN CLINTON, Monday at 6:28 p.m., criminal mischief was investigated on Johnson Flat Road.
Man serving 30-year sentence maintains innocence in 2009 fire, claims he was denied a fair trial
AUGUSTA -- Three Augusta-area legislators have signed on to a new bill that would prohibit cities and towns from requiring superintendents to live in their own school district.
MADISON -- A mother of five risked her life Monday to try to save her home, but she was driven outdoors quickly by flames and shattering glass.
SKOWHEGAN -- Offering an example of the woes communities would face if the Legislature backs Gov. Paul LePage's two-year, $6.2 billion state budget proposal, Skowhegan's town manager said his town could lose almost $1.7 million in state funding.
FAIRFIELD -- The state is preparing cost estimates for the possible closure of one or two of six railroad crossings on town-owned roads.
The gun group changed its age recommendation for the highly violent game from 4 years old to at least 12 years old.
The Maine Warden Service may have to wait until next month to use an underwater vehicle to resume the search for three snowmobilers believed to have died in Rangeley Lake last month.
He says if the Legislature approves his plan, then he will issue the $105 million in voter-approved bonds.
The devices will be provided by Purdue Pharma, the manufacturer of OxyContin, and a private firm will initially monitor them, police said.
A Quebec man will spend more than a year in prison after he lied to purchase firearms in Augusta last year, authorities said.
The former Democratic governor says he would consider running to end the ‘negativism’ of Paul LePage.
The Governor's Energy Office advised residents to prepare for bitterly cold temperatures later this week and make sure they have adequate fuel.
The Winthrop aviator credits his training for being able to get out of the 1946 Aeronca Champion 7AC.
Republicans in the House remove funding for New England's disaster-designated fishing industry before the bill passes.
The study suggests students with some of their own "skin in the game" may work harder.
With Mark Strong Sr.’s trial scheduled to start Tuesday, Daniel Lilley says his client can no longer afford to pay him.
A spokeswoman for the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard says an investigation is under way.
Police say the student scratched a message into the school's bathroom wall, which "stated that people would be killed" and "had a specific date."
Students must be in the top 30 percent of their high school class and meet other eligibility requirements.
The Newtown, Conn.-based National Shooting Sports Foundation is hosting the convention that's expected to draw tens of thousands of manufacturers and enthusiasts.
Megan Baril, 17, was a passenger in a car that struck a utility pole on Sunday.
That used car you have your eye on? It may have spent up to a week under sea water.
The mobster, charged in connection with 19 slayings, has claimed he was granted immunity by a former U.S. attorney who has since died.
James Labonte faces several charges, including operating under the influence, eluding police and endangering the life of a child.
The video – a way for the new principal to introduce himself to students – shows him walking through an empty school dressed like the Arnold Schwarzenegger's famous character.
The state owes Maine hospitals $484 million in unpaid MaineCare payments that date to 2009.
Oxford Casino wants to offer the Chinese poker game played with dominoes.
The new span is transported by barge from the State Pier in Portsmouth onto rebuilt piers in the Piscataqua River.