Voters decide it's time for a change and oust John Martin from the Maine Legislature.
BINGHAM -- The former Kennebec Mill has been bought by a local entrepreneur with dreams enough to fill the cavernous walls of the old silo and dusty storage spaces.
WATERVILLE -- The city has received six proposals to move the Old 470 steam locomotive out of Waterville permanently and restore it -- and only one is from a Maine entity, according to City Manager Michael Roy.
WASHINGTON -- In 2008, 50.8 percent of Piscataquis County voters cast their ballots for Barack Obama's Republican opponent, John McCain.
IN ANSON, Friday, at 7:16 p.m., loud noise was investigated on Horseback Road.
PORTLAND -- Gary Catalano stood beside his booth Saturday, pitching the benefits of his aeroponic marijuana growing system at the Home Grown Maine 2012 medical marijuana trade show.
FREEPORT -- Late Tuesday night, the television screens carried a familiar image: America, its northeastern quadrant and western shore a sea of blue, much of the rest a mass of red.
Sen. Lois Snowe-Mello, R-Poland, lost her seat in Tuesday's election and she's upset, really upset.
MONMOUTH -- Situated atop Norris Hill on U.S. Route 202 in the western part of town, Highmoor Farm has been a center for research into apple growing, other fruit and vegetables, and crop pests for more than a century.
GARDINER -- Shoppers this holiday season will be treated to a downtown that looks a bit more full than they're used to seeing.
WINTHROP -- The shadow box of World War II decorations and other military medals piqued the interest of Tim Culbert, a retired Maine State Police detective who also operates a private investigation business.
RICHMOND -- Larry Srock appreciates the recognition he and other veterans receive for their service, especially when he remembers what it was like to come home from Vietnam.
As soon as election results were announced Tuesday night, businesses throughout Maine began positioning themselves to take advantage of the increased opportunities that will come with the legalization of same-sex marriage.
Kevin Raye had a lot going for him in his bid for Maine's 2nd Congressional District, but it wasn't enough.
Winslow held on for a 17-6 win over Dirigo, taking the Campbell Conference Class C title in just its second season in the league.
Josh Doolan rushed for two second half touchdowns, both set up by Spencer Carey interceptions, and top-seeded Lawrence overcame five turnovers to beat No. 2 Cony 20-10 in the Pine Tree Conference Class A championship game in front of about 5,000 fans at Keyes Field.
Catholic officials push back after election victories for gay marriage in the U.S. and Europe.
WATERVILLE — An Oakland man was killed early Saturday morning when the brand-new sports car he was driving at high speeds hit a telephone pole with such force that the engine block was torn out of the vehicle.
The man was flown by medical helicopter to Maine Medical Center in Portland, reportedly suffering from burns, and the woman was taken to MaineGeneral Medical Center in Augusta.