WATERVILLE -- City Councilors will vote tonight on a final budget for the police station project during a special meeting.
SKOWHEGAN -- Folks at the Skowhegan Free Public Library have discovered treasure in the attic.
The name of Kennebec Valley Community College's new president is scheduled to be released Wednesday.
AUGUSTA -- A former Readfield man accused of committing an armed home invasion Sept. 22 in Randolph remained in jail Monday in lieu of $25,000 cash bail.
AUGUSTA -- A man dressed in blue and wearing an FBI baseball hat was on the run Monday after robbing the pharmacy inside the Walmart on Civic Center Drive in the afternoon, police said.
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court won't review the case of a Maine man who was convicted of sexually assaulting a teenage girl whom he allegedly hypnotized to help calm her about their relationship.
WALES -- A hunter killed near his East Road home last week died as a result of a gunshot wound to the chest.
WINTHROP -- The middle school was evacuated Monday when an electrical short in the ventilation system sent smoke wafting into a teachers' room.
The Department of Environmental Protection is finishing a two-week advertising blitz telling people not to throw used needles into the trash.
In September, Gov. Paul LePage cited a report that said Maine's renewable energy mandate would cost electricity ratepayers $145 million and nearly 1,000 jobs by 2017. The study was immediately challenged for its conclusions, and now its motives are under scrutiny.
SKOWHEGAN -- A Canadian truck driver escaped injury Monday morning when he lost control of his loaded log truck and tipped over, spilling the contents near the Sappi Fine Paper mill off U.S. Route 201, police said.
When U.S. Sen. Olympia Snowe made her surprise announcement in February that she would not seek re-election, she condemned the "atmosphere of polarization and 'my way or the highway' ideologies" in Washington and stressed the "vital need for the political center in order for our democracy to flourish."
BELGRADE -- Town officials hope new security cameras will deter troublemakers from misbehaving at the Belgrade Community Center for All Seasons during unsupervised hours.
IN ALBION, Friday at 9:53 p.m., an assault was investigated on Unity Road.
SKOWHEGAN -- Prosecutors and defense disagree about who killed Everett L. Cameron, but they do agree on one thing.
She backed Maine Republicans who were far from centrists, but says her campaign support was tied to their loyalty, not ideology.
Despite all the talk of women's issues, elections show men have less party loyalty and are more likely to be swayed by a particular candidate.
A neighbor videotaped the stop and posted it online. Now the North Providence mayor wants the officers suspended.
She later identifies the suspect in custody, and a judge finds probable cause for the charge.
A man demanded pills, suggested he had a weapon and fled.
Desperation and drugs drove Robert Nelson, 41, to kill Everett L. Cameron in Anson about three years ago, according to the prosecutor in his opening statement Monday in Somerset County Superior Court.
Kennebunk police also release the names of four more of Alexis Wright's alleged clients in the high-profile prostitution case.
The conference comes as the Maine harvest is going gangbusters, the southern New England fishery has virtually collapsed and ocean temperatures are warming.
The report did not indicate whether the gunshot wound was the result of a homicide.
Educators say a new mandate is making them overly cautious, and the instances of teachers being assaulted by students since the rule took effect have been in the "dozens."
Elisse Walter, one of five SEC commissioner, has consistently voted with her predecessor on almost every major initiative.
Michael White, 65, died after being struck by a car near the corner of Main and Water streets in Saco.
If you get all 364 items repeated throughout "The Twelve Days of Christmas" carol, you'll pay 6.1 percent more this year.
The court orders a federal appeals court to consider the claim by Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., that Obama's health care law violates the school's religious freedoms.
WINTHROP — The middle school was evacuated this morning when an electrical short in the ventilation system sent smoke wafting into a teachers’ room.
More names of men charged with engaging in prostitution with 29-year-old Alexis Wright, a former Zumba instructor will be released today.
It was a 'freaky day,' says Brenda Gammon of Maine, who shot a six-point buck weighing about 150 pounds.
The blast Friday that leveled an adult entertainment club and damaged 42 buildings was blamed on "human error."
A CMP spokesman says the company is still wary it could be held liable and even fined for outages caused by downed trees outside its jurisdiction.
Prices in Maine are now nearly 11 cents lower per gallon than a month ago.
A nationwide study suggests that 30 U.S. children a day are treated in emergency rooms for broken bones, sprains and concussions from bounce house accidents.
Ehud Barak, a decorated former general and one-time prime minister, said he would stay on in his current post until a new government is formed.
Two parents and their son are killed when a game of fetch leads to a nightmarish chain of events.
None of the 12 legislative recounts resulted in a change in the Election Day outcome.
Firefighters say a basement furnace was the likely cause.
The state's muzzleloader season begins Monday and continues until Dec.1 across the state.
A Mississippi native, Guyot worked for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and served as director of the 1964 Freedom Summer Project.
A practice in some countries aimed at lowering the infanticide rate apparently has not done so.