WINSLOW — The principal at Winslow High School announced his resignation last week, effective June 30.
AUGUSTA -- Two proposed promotions from within could fill out top Augusta school administrative staff positions, bringing the central office back to full staffing following departures earlier this school year.
IN FAIRFIELD, Sunday at 5:02 p.m., a theft was investigated on Island Avenue.
RANGELEY -- A snowmobile safety vigil geared toward helping to spread awareness and prevent further tragedy will be a focus of Snodeo activities scheduled for Thursday through Saturday.
WINTHROP -- For Denise Altvater, time in the child welfare system created a legacy of trauma in her family, just as it did for thousands of other American Indian families.
WATERVILLE -- The lessons of Martin Luther King Jr. are more than a sound bite about racial tolerance, a Colby College dean told a crowd of more than 100 at a commemorative community breakfast Monday.
AUGUSTA -- The first proposal to re-establish Maine's process of reviewing certain health insurance rate changes is scheduled to go to a legislative committee Tuesday.
Mainers participated in the inauguration at all levels Monday, joining the cheering masses on the National Mall and even speaking from the same podium as the president.
The full text of President Obama's second inaugural speech, as prepared for delivery for Monday, January 21, 2013.
Waterville firefighters extinguish a fire that destroyed a 2005 Lexus sedan parked at Marden's Surplus and Salvage, at 458 Kennedy Memorial Drive in Waterville, on Monday. Owner Lucille Roberge of Waterville said the car, which she recently purchased, was insured. "I came out of the store from shopping and said to myself that someone's car was on fire, before I realized it was mine," Roberge said. "I loved that car."
FAIRFIELD — Construction workers at the former Gerald Hotel renovation project accidentally caused a power outage when an excavator snapped off two utility poles this afternoon.
AUGUSTA — MaineGeneral Medical Center's new $312 million regional hospital will be called the Alfond Center for Health when it opens this coming November, hospital official said.
At the second inaugural of President Barack Obama, Richard Blanco of Bethel follows in the footsteps of Robert Frost and Maya Angelou, championing the American experience.
Obama affirms the nominations of John Brennan to be CIA director, former Sen. Chuck Hagel for secretary of defense, Sen. John Kerry as secretary of state and Jack Lew for Treasury secretary.
Coach Bill Belichick compares the loss to a "crash landing.''
THE VISION: President sets a liberal agenda and seeks the public's support
THE TONE: Election gave him confidence to pursue goals on his own terms
Photos from the inaugural ceremonies of President Barack Obama in Washington.
The lessons of Martin Luther King Jr. are more than a soundbite about racial tolerance, a Colby College dean told a crowd of more than 100 at a commemorative community breakfast this morning.
Seven other Americans made it out safely.
A family of three is homeless following a fire this morning that destroyed a portion of their mobile home. No one was injured.
Washington has largely shelved its partisan fighting for the three days of inaugural celebrations. But pressing matters await.
Reciprocal Snowmobile Weekend allows all legally registered Maine snowmobiles to be operated in New Hampshire and Vermont without being registered in those states.
Investigators are expected on the scene by Tuesday to determine the cause of the blaze.
The catalog retailer says gifts ranging from $500 to $25,000 are being dispersed to more than 200 organizations.
An adviser says the president will use his address to communicate that "we're going to move beyond what has paralyzed this town for so long."
They say the ban could save the state millions in taxpayer dollars.
A newspaper analysis says there were 9,863 registered machine guns in New Hampshire last March, up 80 percent from December 2010.
The start of the season begins Wednesday, but isn't expected to last long with a quota that's about one-fourth of last year's catch.
Critics say mandatory paid sick leave is an unfair burden for small firms. Advocates believe it's both a public health and a work issue.
Investigators trying to piece together what led to the violence late Saturday night found several guns believed used in the shootings, including one assault rifle.