IN FARMINGTON, Friday at 7:58 p.m., a hazardous-materials incident was reported on Savage Road.
Sen. Colleen Lachowicz, D-Waterville, talked about local concerns Saturday while meeting with the public in Waterville and Pittsfield.
Well, three, actually, and another in the state Senate. Together with other medical professionals, they make up a powerful bloc as Maine confronts its health care future.
BOSTON -- The Republican Party seems as divided and angry as ever.
MADISON -- The town is launching a series of meetings to gather public comment about its plan for long-term development.
CORNVILLE -- The state's first and only charter elementary school is accepting applications for the coming school year.
The head of Maine's largest snowmobile organization said snowmobiling isn't an inherently dangerous sport, but he urged caution around early season hazards, such as unstable ice.
AUGUSTA -- The state has settled on plans for an estimated $10.8 million in road improvements near exit 113 of Interstate 95.
The author says companies don’t invest in the work force and demand more than ever from job applicants, including a willingness to accept insufficient wages.
SKOWHEGAN -- Mark LaCasse grew up at his grandmother's apron strings.
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GARDINER -- A handful of area residents gathered on Saturday morning in the Gardiner Public Library's Hazzard Reading Room to tell their new legislator about issues they care about.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Hostess may reveal the discussions as early as this week.
All five starters score in double figures as the Black Bears top Maryland-Baltimore County, 81-66.
The state budget is bound to be a priority for Governor Paul LePage and lawmakers as soon as they return to the State House on Tuesday.
Among the dead is the armed suspect in Aurora, where nearly six months ago a gunman's bloody rampage inside a movie theater killed 12.
Republican lawmakers who supported raising taxes are defending their vote to thwart potential problems in 2014.
The U.S. beats Sweden 3-1 for its third title.
The twin-engine plane hit a hill and crashed in a forest in an uninhabited area outside Grenoble.
But the prospect of taking responsibility is fraught with legal and financial peril for the cyclist.
A tsunami warning is canceled because no damaging waves are generated from the 7.5 quake.
Attorney General William Schneider says $1.9 million has been set aside in Maine for payouts to borrowers.
In his weekly radio address, the Maine governor said an average family will lose about $1,000 from their paycheck in 2013 because of the payroll tax change
Christmas Eve incident in Portland prompts call for change