Monday, May 20, 2013
Federal inspectors are investigating allegations of mail theft at the East Vassalboro post office.
The 200 mph twister eviscerated an entire town, leveling scores of buildings, including an elementary school full of children.
SLIDE SHOW: Death, destruction in Oklahoma
Chelsea residents can ask questions and voice their opinions about the proposed charter and proposed ordinance amendments Wednesday night.
The University of Maine System's board of trustees unanimously approved a budget Monday that will again freeze tuition and fees at the system's seven universities.
Simeon Welch, 19, was arrested Friday on charges of indecent conduct and visual sexual aggression against a child after allegedly masturbating in the front of a sport utility vehicle while a 4-year-old boy was in the back seat.
Gardiner and Augusta police departments will be among those across the state to step up enforcement of the state’s mandatory seat belt law over the next two weeks as part of the national Click It Or Ticket campaign.
Campaign targets seat belt violators in Maine
Senate Democrats vote to advance a bill that ties Medicaid expansion with Gov. Paul LePage’s plan to repay the state’s $181 million share of back payments to Maine’s hospitals.
Corey Scott Gardea, 20, of Skowhegan, is charged with robbery and theft in connection with an attack on a man at an apartment at 56 Waterville Road in Skowhegan on March 27, 2012.
Ernest Almeida, 31, of Waterville, was in jail in New Haven, Conn., on Monday, and authorities said they hope to bring him back to Maine where he faces up to five years in prison on one of the charges.
A helicopter was used Monday to search the Hudson and Old Town area by air while search dogs were used on the ground.
The Freeport-based retailer informed employees today that L.L.'s great-grandson, Shawn Gorman, will be the new chairman.
A move to the bullpen early in the season is paying dividends for Hall-Dale High School graduate Ryan Leach and the Franklin Pierce University baseball team.
Mitchell Zukor is a disaster waiting to happen — and waiting for disasters to happen to himself and the rest of us.
IN ANSON, Sunday at 6:23 p.m., a report of disturbance was investigated on Parkwoods Drive.
Portland's School Board will hold a first reading on the proposed staff cuts at its Tuesday night meeting.
The judge who presides over the trial says she treats the government as only one more litigant.