The Rev. David Perkins and his wife, Janet, who are working to restore the WCTU’s Portland chapter, don’t agree with Portland’s new marijuana law.
The rally denounces President Viktor Yanukovych’s decision to turn away from Europe and move toward Russia.
The announcement came as thousands of government protesters prepared to march through Bangkok in “final showdown.”
IN FAIRFIELD, Saturday, at 2:11 p.m., reported domestic disturbance was investigated on Island Avenue.
Six months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act, signs of corporate support for gay and transgender rights are reaching workers, according to report.
When Michael M. Boucher Sr. was convicted in 1991 of murdering 18-year-old Debra Dill, her family thought he would be in a maximum security prison for the rest of his life. But state officials will consider his release in May.
Peter Wilson has learned not to judge people who don’t put any money in his kettle.
The singing sensation, who came from a small Scottish town, said she had learning difficulties as a child and was bullied by other children in school.
Marijuana possession, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief among the closed cases.
Police say the victim was transported to the hospital after his eyes were injured by the glass.
State fire marshals are seeking witnesses in case of unoccupied home that burned to the ground.
Last year’s auction of seasonal centerpieces and wreaths helped raise $3,000 to pay for the heating costs of Manchester residents.
The woman is recovering from the shooting at a Lewiston hospital as authorities search for her boyfriend in connection with the incident.
Dennis Pike, 75, has been a weather service observer for 47 years.
The owner of Four Corners General Store in West Gardiner still has family members in the region of the Philippines hit hardest by the storm a month ago.
Tom Brady throws 2 TD passes in final 64 seconds as the Patriots stun the Browns, 27-26.
The Pittsfield-based Bossov Ballet Theatre is undergoing changes with artistic director Andrei Bossov’s return to Russia in August and the retirement of executive director Michael Wyley.
Lawmakers are urging the Federal Railroad Administration to require installation of audio and video recording cameras in locomotives and cabs.
The South African government says a total of 53 heads of state, government and ministers have confirmed they will be attending the service on Tuesday.
Monday’s meeting will be rescheduled because of possible snowy weather.
Boston posts the most lopsided victory in the NBA this season.
On the one-year anniversary of the school shootings, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy urges people to donate to a charity, volunteer in their communities or appreciate time spent with friends and family.
Bantu Holomisa, a former deputy minister in Mandela’s Cabinet, says, “I’ve seen people who are on their last hours and I could sense that he is now giving up.”
Mujica gives the Red Sox some protection if closer Koji Uehara, who turns 39 in April, cannot repeat his 2013 performance.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani tells Afghan President Hamid Karzai that foreign forces generates tension.
Police have not released names of all involved.
The bill calls for schools to lose federal funding if they don’t meet the affordability and quality standards developed under the legislation.
Members of Maine’s Marine Resources Committee are reviewing a bill carried over from last session that some say could help the fishery rebound.
This year’s donation through the Coats for Seniors project is up from 600 coats donated last year.