BURNHAM -- The fate of the Burnham Village School will be decided by voters Tuesday in three separate ballot questions.
SKOWHEGAN -- Area residents are being encouraged to turn out Sunday to greet Police Chief Michael Emmons who is returning home from the war in Afghanistan.
HARTLAND -- A furnace fire destroyed a single-family mobile home on Canaan Road early Friday morning.
After four debates and two months of heavy campaigning, the candidates in Maine's 2nd Congressional District have crafted clear and distinguishing images.
The campaign for U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud released internal polling data Friday that shows the Democratic incumbent maintaining a 22 percentage point lead in the race for Maine's 2nd Congressional District.
FARMINGTON -- Whittier Road, which was closed by town officials after Hurricane Sandy threatened to send it into a nearby river, will remained closed until at least Wednesday.
Two candidates running for the District 2 seat on the board of Somerset County Commissioners say they want to see legislation allowing the county to use revenues from the jail to offset the debt it took to build it.
CHINA -- The stabbing death of a man inside his girlfriend's home this summer will not lead to charges, authorities have confirmed.
AUGUSTA -- A grand jury has added kidnapping to a list of charges a Gardiner man already faces involving an incident in which his girlfriend suffered a stab wound, broken ribs and a punctured lung.
BANGOR -- A Fairfield man was sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court to serve 3 1/2 years in prison for his role as an accomplice in the armed robbery of a Skowhegan credit union in June 2009.
We were the only two tenants on the fifth floor. I was the struggling actor, with a view of a street bordered with colored, discarded doors where they were tearing down our neighborhood, just down from West 67th and Columbus, a space that would soon become Lincoln Center.
Five media groups, including MaineToday Media, are backing the author’s resistance to being forced to turn over correspondence about the infamous rape case.
Steven Ainsworth started his trip in June, heading south from Maine, determined to hike the trail end-to-end.
The mayor counters that his predecessor, Rudolph Giuliani, went ahead with the New York Marathon two months after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
For the first time, outside groups have spent over $100,000 on eight state Senate races, including three races over $200,000.
Nearly 1.3 million customers remained without electricity statewide. Most were in New York City, its northern suburbs and on Long Island.
Notifications of layoffs began this week and will be complete by the end of the weekend. The company will not disclose how many Maine employees will lose their jobs.
James Dodge, 38, died July 13 as a result of a single stab wound to his chest. Authorities say they have completed the investigation without bringing charges.
A spokeswoman for the Secretary of State's Office says 188,180 ballots had been requested and more than 150,000 had been returned as of Thursday's deadline.
One crew member died and search for the captain, Robin Walbridge of St. Petersburg, Fla., has been suspended.
William Arthur, which employs about 270 people in Kennebunk, will be sold to fine stationery firm Crane & Co.
The DEP staff says the proposed windmills would disrupt a "one-of-a-kind" view.
While governor, the Republican was instrumental in starting educational television in Maine and oversaw creation of a network of University of Maine colleges.
The Labor Department's last look at hiring before Tuesday's election sketched a picture of a job market that is gradually gaining momentum after nearly stalling in the spring.
With fuel deliveries in the East disrupted by storm damage and many gas stations lacking electricity to run their pumps, gasoline has become a precious commodity.
Dr. Sujatha Balija flew to the U.S. a few days before the start of the American Society for Clinical Pathology's annual meeting. Then Sandy hit.
Bangor police brought Nicholas Sexton to the Penobscot County Jail from Brockton, Mass., on Thursday.
Prosecutors say 28-year-old Tasha Hilts posted nearly $1.7 million in provisional credit to her TD Bank checking account and $9,505 to her savings account.
A 35-year-old Queens man is arrested on charges of menacing and criminal possession of a weapon.
Power outages now stand at more than 3.6 million homes and businesses, down from a peak of 8.5 million.
Rafael Prieto, a married father assigned to the security detail for President Obama, admitted the years-long relationship with a woman from Mexico to U.S. investigators when confronted.
Today's report is the last broad snapshot of the economy before Tuesday's presidential election.
Generosity toward the storm's victims has extended well beyond the big city.
Department of Consumer Protection says 14 of the complaints accused gas stations of selling overpriced fuel.
The donated food will be given to the Auburn-based Good Shepherd Food Bank.
The study also suggests that the incidence of obesity is likely to increase from 7.8 percent of Maine's youths to nearly 26 percent as they grow into adults.
Prosecutors say the 31-year-old Robinson beat and drowned the 22-year-old Fesmire then drove her body to a wooded area and dumped it.
AUGUSTA -- When she was done, Alfreda Barrett sat down with a plate of plate of pasta, salad and bread. She scanned the room, taking in the few faces lingered at the tables around her.
FAIRFIELD -- A solution may finally be in the works for the decrepit railroad crossings in town, which have been the subject of complaints for years.
SKOWHEGAN -- The following cases were closed from Oct. 15 to Oct. 19, 2012, in Skowhegan District Court.
WATERVILLE -- The following cases were closed from Oct. 1 to Oct. 5, 2012, in Waterville District Court.
A former Augusta man was arrested in the coastal town of Rockport Thursday morning with a handgun that police believe was stolen somewhere between Augusta and the midcoast region on Tuesday or Wednesday.
AUGUSTA -- City councilors concerned someone could fill a warehouse with fireworks in Augusta enacted a six-month moratorium on commercial fireworks storage Thursday.
FAIRFIELD -- Locally based Sheridan Corp. is the winning bidder for the $4 million project to transform downtown's historic Gerald Hotel into residential housing for low-income seniors.
As Romney and Obama focus on the critical states, polls suggest a split of the electoral and popular votes.