PORTLAND -- The derailed trial of Mark Strong Sr., the first major courtroom showdown in the Kennebunk prostitution scandal since it broke last year, remained off the tracks Sunday with no clear answer on what's next.
AUGUSTA - The explosion of social media and the shadowy specter of snoopy domestic drones both have civil libertarians and some legislators worried about threats to Mainers' privacy.
SKOWHEGAN -- The following cases were closed from Jan. 1-4, 2013 in Skowhegan District Court.
AUGUSTA -- The following is a list of cases closed Jan. 17-23, 2013, in Augusta District Court:
BENTON -- A teacher and a former auto dealer are competing to become the newest member of the Benton Board of Selectmen.
WATERVILLE -- The owner of KMD Plaza on the south side of Kennedy Memorial Drive is developing a similar plaza on the north side.
Tuesday, 1 p.m., public hearings, Cross Building:
FARMINGTON -- While locals may be tired of the frigid weather, a group of visiting Costa Rican students have been loving their first snow while on an exchange program with Mt. Blue High School.
WINTHROP -- Winthrop students attending an autism program in Wayne will be brought home to Winthrop Grade School.
WATERVILLE -- When it comes to naming a business, there's not much difference between "to" and "2."
OAKLAND -- Whether it's tracking down delinquent witches, guiding a small child through feelings of guilt, or calling the police on a book thief, getting people to return their library books is a challenge for local librarians.
AUGUSTA -- The front porch of the apartment building at 32 Court St. offers a great view of the construction site of a new courthouse bordered by Winthrop, Perham and Court streets.
When you think you've got it bad, there's always someone who has it worse.
AUGUSTA -- Maine's abundant land, growing conditions and location in the Northeast make the state well-positioned for growth in agriculture, said John Piotti, executive director of Maine Farmland Trust.
FARMINGDALE — Sheriff’s deputies and state troopers are searching for a woman who robbed the Circle K convenience store at gunpoint Sunday night.
WATERVILLE -- The following cases, listed alphabetically L-Z, were closed from Dec. 3 to Dec. 14, 2012, in Waterville District Court.
SKOWHEGAN -- The following cases were closed from Dec. 24 to Dec. 28, in Skowhegan District Court.
IN FAIRFIELD, Saturday at 12:04 p.m., a harassment complaint was reported on High Street.
Paul Pierce hits the winner with 31 seconds left as Boston beats Miami in 2 OTs, 100-98.
The thrill of a double-OT victory fades after Boston learns that Rajon Rondo will miss the rest of the season.
Police say the 56-year-old man was speeding, lost control and began to skid. The car crossed the center line and hit a truck traveling in the other direction.
Both players are honored for excelling in the football trenches and classrooms.
A St. Francis man hit unstable ice and became submerged in the water.
Israel's national Holocaust memorial and museum showcases dozens of items, each representing tales of perseverance and survival.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday night will help establish clear favorites for the Oscars.
The cameras will sure be focusing on the parents of the Super Bowl coaches for reactions during next Sunday's game.
Witnesses say flares linked to a musical performance started the blaze. It appears the club had only one exit.
On Friday reservations will be accepted only for Sebago Lake State Park, then on Feb. 4 reservations can be made for all state park campgrounds.
The governor is trying to attract more of Maine's young people and job seekers to careers in technology and manufacturing.
Intermittent delays in the south and north bound lanes are possible Monday morning.
Novak Djokovic is the first man in the Open era to win three straight Australian titles, beating Andy Murray 7-6 (3), 6-3, 6-2.
AUGUSTA -- Maine leads the nation in drug takeback efforts, in which citizens voluntarily return unused pharmaceuticals to keep them out of the environment and the hands of those who would sell or abuse them. Year after year, Mainers have handed in tens of thousands of pounds of drugs during federally sponsored national takeback days, more per capita than any other state.