Thursday, May 23, 2013
Did the company's ads give the impression it is the state's cheapest provider? Regulators ask for answers.
As Kyle Dube is formally charged with killing Nichole Cable, 15, the judge seals an affidavit with case details.
Amid tears for Maine teen, an arrest
Major construction on Water Street will cause economic disaster in downtown Hallowell, several business owners said at a public forum on Wednesday.
Hallowell, state officials to field Water Street reconstruction questions Wednesday
A British government official said the suspects were part of previous security services investigations for possible terror links.
People chant at the start of a lunchtime rally to protest Gov. Paul LePage's budget plan on Wednesday, on the plaza outside west entrance of the State House in Augusta.
In February, summer seems like just a legend. In May when the lilacs open out it’s clear the legend is coming to life, and for a few months, winter is the ancient myth. So is it written.
Gary Alan Irving, who was arrested on March 27, disappeared 34 years ago while awaiting sentencing in Massachusetts for three rapes.
Christopher Knight, 47, the man known as the North Pond Hermit, will not be in Kennebec County Superior Court Wednesday as scheduled, on charges of burglarizing Pine Tree Camp in Rome.
SPECIAL SECTION: Maine's North Pond Hermit
West Gardiner selectmen will host a public hearing Thursday on a proposed ordinance that would allow residents to recall elected officials.
Home sales, and prices, across the state are on the rise, according to April sales data and local real estate agents, and central Maine is seeing the results.
One Midwestern utility said its computer systems were being probed constantly, in some cases by automated programs designed to detect weaknesses that can be exploited later.
MADISON — It was Madison’s 15th win of the season, and the first loss for Oak Hill since April 24. It was a great pitching matchup between Emily McKenney and Kortni Michaud, and ye ...
Mitchell Zukor is a disaster waiting to happen — and waiting for disasters to happen to himself and the rest of us.
Available houses dwindle and prices rise as the city's housing market sees 'a very big change.'
'I've only been knocked down once. No storm is going to scare me off,' says one man from Moore.