WASHINGTON -- A Maine representative to the Republican National Committee is accusing national party leaders of running a smear campaign to oust him from the committee, even as he wages his own longshot bid to become the national party's next chairman.
WATERVILLE -- A man and woman accused of shoplifting snack cakes from Save-A-Lot were chased down by police and arrested Thursday.
IN CANAAN, Thursday at 3:43 p.m., harassment was reported on Tobey Road.
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama has been looking to historians for guidance on how to shape his second inaugural's words into a speech for the ages, eager to make good use of his twice-in-a-lifetime opportunity to command the world's attention.
WATERVILLE -- Maureen Kibler will tell you that the power of suggestion is a pretty good incentive in trying to convince someone to open a business.
It's still there. Through all of the rush and clamor, the fiscal plummet, Lance Armstrong's confession, the spilled wine and tears, it's still there.
AUGUSTA -- George Speck had 20 minutes between classes at the University of Maine at Augusta, so he walked to his car in the rear of the parking lot, put his books in the back and sat in the driver's seat.
AUGUSTA -- A teenager found hiding under a bed in a Water Street apartment when police executed a search warrant has pleaded guilty to trafficking in heroin.
Kevin Mattson, head of Augusta East Redevelopment Corp., closed a $2.5 million deal Friday to purchase MaineGeneral Medical Center’s East Chestnut Street building.
The wreckage was discovered along Route 182 by a nearby resident this morning.
The Madison fire chief says that despite subzero temperatures, the metal roof kept the fire “like an oven” inside the building.
Maine's top insurance official says two reports show improvements in the state's national ranking for auto and homeowners rates.
The measure would give the government about three more months of borrowing authority beyond a deadline expected to hit as early as mid-February, No. 2 House Republican Eric Cantor of Virginia says.
Even experienced hunters with special permits to regularly stalk the exotic snake are having trouble finding them.
And in a 'bittersweet' ruling, Daniel Lilley loses his bid to withdraw as Mark Strong's defense attorney. The trial starts Tuesday.
Richard Lawson, 58, was wanted by U.S. Marshals for failure to appear for trial in West Virginia. His death is not considered suspicious.
The Grammy-winning R&B singer will perform the national anthem before the NFL championship game on Feb. 3 in New Orleans.
The state had about 51,400 people unemployed, up 1,600 from a year ago, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
King says he still hasn't decided whether to back President Obama's call to ban new assault weapons.
Urooj Khan died in July as he was about to collect $425,000 in lottery winnings.
If the plea talks fall through, Mark Strong Sr. is scheduled to stand trial Tuesday in York County Superior Court.
Officials want Electoral College votes to be divided proportionally, rather than giving them all to the winner of a state's popular vote, a move that could transform the way the country elects its president.
The event was canceled in 2009 because too many students were engaging in a sexually suggestive dance known as "grinding."
Photos of the lithium ion battery that was located beneath the 787's cockpit show a blackened mass of wires and other components within a distorted blue casing.
Washington County commissioners fire Sgt. Karina Richardson for allegedly using the funds to buy items for herself.
The Amherst high school coach is accused of telling one of his players to push another team's coach.
A retired Marine and amputee is among those injured in the attempt to scale the mountain.
Was he really duped, as he claims, or were he and the university complicit in the hoax and misled the public, perhaps to improve his chances of winning the Heisman?
The militants, meanwhile, reportedly offered to trade two captive American workers for two terror figures jailed in the United States.
The New Jersey governor announces the creation of a task force to examine "violence control" measures in the wake of the shooting massacre in Newtown, Conn.