AUGUSTA -- The boundary lines separating the city's voting wards need to be redrawn, which would result in some voters moving to a new ward, without actually moving anywhere.
AUGUSTA -- A 19-year-old Lewiston man has been arrested and charged with Tuesday's robbery of the CVS Pharmacy on Stone Street, police said.
IN ANSON, Thursday at 11:42 a.m., an animal complaint was reported on Horseback Road.
WILTON -- Customers inside Tractor Supply Co. escaped through a cascade of water into freezing outdoor temperatures after a pipe burst in the ceiling over the store's entrance Thursday, according to Fire Chief Sonny Dunham.
WILTON -- Police arrested a man Wednesday who is wanted on a warrant in Kentucky on 15 counts of sexual abuse.
OAKLAND -- The public library will be run with three people instead of the current four for at least the next year, beginning when head librarian Carol Cooley retires at the end of the month.
NORRIDGEWOCK -- Having growing up in central Maine in the 1930s, Ed Weston remembers days when the temperature ranged between minus 50 and minus 32. He walked to school in it.
WASHINGTON -- Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, in lifting a ban on women serving in combat, said women have become integral to the military's success and have shown they are willing to fight and die alongside their male counterparts.
SKOWHEGAN -- The largest maker of coated paper in North America hummed in the January chill.
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court on Thursday ordered the remainder of jury selection in the trial of Kennebunk prostitution defendant Mark Strong Sr. to be conducted in public.
Democrats acknowledge they face an uphill battle in getting the bill through Congress.
WATERVILLE -- Women soon will be able to serve in combat in the U.S. military, following a decision by the Pentagon to lift a rule that formerly restricted them from artillery, armor, infantry and other, similar roles. Students at two area colleges on Thursday said they mostly support the decision.
AUGUSTA -- Independent Eliot Cutler, who lost a tight race to Republican Gov. Paul LePage in 2010, officially has taken the first step toward running for the Blaine House in 2014.
Newly homeless on a frigid morning, a Benton couple is trying to pick up the pieces after an electrical fire gutted their mobile home.
AUGUSTA -- Women should be allowed to serve in combat, as long as they can do it at the same level as their male peers, several local veterans said Thursday.
A Superior Court judge has ruled that two former Monmouth selectwomen broke the law when they co-opted the business brands of two men with whom they reportedly were feuding.
AUGUSTA -- While out campaigning last summer, Rep. Lori Fowle came across a couple who had been robbed of family jewelry that was found later only after it had been melted down.
SOMERVILLE -- The search was on Thursday night for 92-year-old Cecil Brann even as flames from his residence on Crummett Mountain Road lit the darkness.
The bill now goes to the Senate. Rhode Island is currently the only state in New England that doesn't allow same-sex couples to wed.
Counterfeit money, shoplifter, theft
The shift will result in the elimination of seven positions in Maine, says a company spokeswoman.
AUGUSTA — A 19-year-old Auburn man has been arrested and charged with Tuesday’s robbery of the CVS Pharmacy on Stone Street, police said. The suspect, Anthony Post, was located in Augusta and turned over to the FBI.
Peggy Schaffer, formerly of economic development department, will replace Jay Martin
The three-time Cy Young Award winner and eight-time All-Star is "thrilled to be returning to this organization and to the city I love."
A state board votes to bar the chemical from baby products' containers. The Legislature has the final say.
The scam is among a variety of Jamaica-based telephone scams that have victimized senior citizens in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
At least 60 percent of Maine independents, Republicans and even Democrats approve.
Prosecutors say Richard Ramsdell Jr. of Cutler obtained more than $200,000 in benefits by falsely claiming to be unemployed and unable to work because of his back and mental condition.
The utilities agency OKs contract terms for a $120 million floating turbine test off Maine, but one member laments the risk to ratepayers.
Shane Coxon, 24, was stationed at the Coast Guard base in South Portland in 2010 when he reported a flare sighting off of Old Orchard Beach.
AUGUSTA — A Massachusetts man has been charged after a Maine State Police trooper reportedly caught him driving without a license twice in one day.
Supporters and opponents of the bill expect it to easily pass the House, which is led by House Speaker Gordon Fox, who is gay.
The Fontana Unified School District officers keep the rifles in a safe at their assigned school or secured in their patrol car each day.
Justice Nancy Mills spoke from the bench briefly Thursday morning after an attorney for the Portland Press Herald appeared to argue that the jury selection process should be opened.
The Route 1 Bypass bridge between Kittery and Portsmouth could reopen Friday, but the timetable is uncertain.
The forums will cover Medicare fraud, identity theft and telemarketing, charities and fundraising, credit and loan offers, sweepstakes and lotteries, club membership offers and robocalls.
In a damaged neighborhood near the beach on New York City's Staten Island, people who haven't had heat since the late October storm took refuge in tents set up by aid workers.
Several people spotted 15-year-old Nehemiah Griego at the church throughout the day, thinking nothing of it until his arrest.
Fire Chief Brad Frost says it took about an hour for firefighters from several departments to get the blaze under control.
A daughter of the couple found the woman bleeding on a bed and the man lying in a recliner with knife in his hand.
George Gervais, the state's commissioner of Economic and Community Development, will discuss what lies ahead for the state's economy.
The lung cancer risk for men leveled off in the 1980s, but for women it still is increasing.