IN CANAAN, Tuesday at 8:25 p.m., a report of burglary was investigated on Nelson Hill Road.
FARMINGTON -- The following cases, listed alphabetically A-N, were closed from Aug. 30, 2012, to Nov. 14, 2012, in Franklin Superior Court.
OAKLAND -- An Augusta man who allegedly fled a car burglary scene bleeding and wearing one shoe Tuesday was arrested about an hour later, police said.
Alarmed by the prospect of losing projects to protect vast acreage of forests, farms, waterways and beaches from development, board members of the state's Land for Maine's Future program are calling on Gov. Paul LePage to release bond funding voters approved as long as five years ago.
WATERVILLE -- The impact of superstorm Sandy and slower-than-usual donations have left the Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers scrambling for support as it assembles Christmas boxes for more than 1,600 children throughout Maine.
Corey Ellis, owner of Mooseville, a Farmington gift shop, said he and other area businesses are relying on shoppers to buy local this holiday season.
WATERVILLE -- With the candy canes of Kringleville in place and the shops on Main Street selling last-minute Thanksgiving goodies, the holidays have arrived here and with them a time for residents to reflect on what they are thankful for. On an overcast afternoon the day before Thanksgiving, area residents talked about what they were thankful for amidst their preparations for the next day.
My nomadic impulses have subsided in recent years, and I guess I forgot the world beyond Maine looks different. The irregular hills and ruts of Maine are burned deep in me, and Florida's gauzy, half-drunk summer landscape -- in the middle of November -- plastered my mind's eye like some immense dew.
RICHMOND -- A Rokell Farm Road garage housing a pickup and tools was destroyed by fire Tuesday evening.
AUGUSTA --Holiday revelers will get the chance to be Santa for needy area residents or pets at the city's holiday tree lighting on Saturday, which will include everything from horse-drawn wagon rides to fireworks.
AUGUSTA -- Heidi Bowden took on the monumental task of organizing Thanksgiving dinner for more than 360 people for one simple reason.
VASSALBORO -- Town Manager Mary Sabins wants to hear from residents about their experience with Time Warner Cable as the town begins the process of negotiating a new long-term franchise agreement with the company.
It's the most detailed look yet at overtreatment of breast cancer, and it adds fresh evidence that screening is not as helpful as many women believe.
The boy is recovering after surgery, but his condition is still serious.
Jackson says he'll still cooperate with a House ethics investigation into his dealings with imprisoned ex-Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
Some experts theorize that some women believe they can't afford to get pregnant, and a push for more contraception has also played a role.
United Airlines bears no responsibility for the hijacking of a flight that two terrorists boarded after flying from Portland to Boston, he says.
The agreement brokered by Egypt gives both Israel and Hamas enough gains to declare a victory.
The 95-foot tree is located in some woodlands in this small town in southwestern Maine.
Former prosecutor James Cameron, guilty of child porn charges, is still on the lam after fleeing his Rome home last week.
A Rokell Farm Road garage housing a pickup and tools was destroyed by fire Tuesday evening.
Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio cite a battle with management over journalistic practices at WVII and sister station WFVX in Bangor.
Hours after the bus blast, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Cairo and met with Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi.
Exemptions would be made for participants at permitted street fairs and parades, such as the city's annual gay pride event and the Bay-to-Breakers street run.
Current plans are to install LED lights to illuminate the bridge's towers, piers and a memorial plaque.
Twelve Maine legislative candidate recounts have now been completed, leaving one House recount to be completed on Monday.
WATERVILLE -- The Humane Society Waterville Area ran out of dog food Tuesday, prompting shelter officials to ask for donations on their Facebook page.
He had been in Washington when news of his problematic email correspondence with Florida socialite Jill Kelley surfaced last Monday.
The Maine Warden Service says the deer hunter was fatally shot by another deer hunter on Tuesday afternoon.
An employee of Redhook Ale Brewery in Portsmouth was emptying a plastic keg with pressurized air when it blew apart at the seams in April, killing him.
Australian Federal Police arrest a Canadian man and an American man in Sydney after finding 770 pounds of cocaine and meth.
The vehicle took heavy damage but its occupants escaped injury.
The scam attempts to trick employers into responding to an email made to look like it comes from a state's "Division of Unemployment Assistance."
Owen Sharpe of Victoria, British Columbia, was sentenced to 45 months in prison.